Thanks to secured funding assistance, the Pullenvale State School Community has recently been able to commence important infrastructure works, benefiting current and future Prep students, as the graduating Year 6 Class of 2022 also unveiled their outstanding legacy project for future generations to enjoy.
Dr Christian Rowan MP, the State Member for Moggill, congratulated School Principal Natala Crawley, after more than $148,000 was allocated to Pullenvale State School through the School Subsidy Scheme.
“I was delighted to provide my strong support and advocacy on behalf of our local Pullenvale State School for this important funding, so that the existing Prep Outdoor Education Area could be replaced and upgraded with more age-appropriate and modern play and educational infrastructure.
“With the successful completion of this upgrade, local Preppies will be able to access an enhanced education space, with a learning area that utilises outdoor-teaching in a safe environment.” Dr Rowan said.
Dr Rowan said that the great news for our Preppies came as the outgoing students of Year 6 unveiled their legacy project for the school community; a brand new wall mural.
“The graduating students of 2022 have created a wonderful parting gift for their school.
“This wonderful mural, developed in collaboration with the Pullenvale Environmental Education Centre, features our fauna and flora, with each of the 6 school values framed within our local Pullen Pullen Creek.
“In addition to a newly upgraded Prep Outdoor Education Area, these are truly terrific legacies for our current and future students, and for the Pullenvale State School community.” Dr Rowan said.