School set to benefit

EDUCATION Minister John-Paul Langbroek yesterday congratulated staff and students at Glamorgan Vale State School, west of Ipswich, on the official opening of their new resource centre with outdoor learning area.

Mr Langbroek said the State Government, through the Department of Education, Training and Employment, was managing the implementation of the Federal Government's Building the Education Revolution program in Queensland state schools.

"I'm sure the new resource centre with outdoor learning area will prove valuable," Mr Langbroek said.

Mr Langbroek said he was committed to making a difference by supporting Queensland teachers and principals in the classroom.

"These federally funded projects will help provide a greater environment for teaching and learning," Mr Langbroek said.

"Our government is looking forward to working with Queensland schools, principals, and parents to ensure every child receives the best education possible."



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