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Central West Queensland

Government & Schools

17 September, 2020

Year 6 class senses a new path

Prospect Creek State School's Year 6 students have been working with parent volunteer Linda Higgins to create an engaging sensory path.


Mr Rob Poulton discussing electrical safety with students from Prospect Creek State School.

The path runs from the main undercover area to the toilets and has been brightened up with lily pads, sunflowers, logs and creek scene representing the Prospect Creek that runs adjacent to the school. 

All students have been enjoying the progress with even the playgroup children on Monday mornings enjoying a hop, skip and jump as they move around the school.  

Transition fun for preps

In Term 4, students enrolling into Prep for 2021 will have the opportunity to attend a Prep Transition Program every Tuesday from 9am – 11am. 

The program will run from Week 2 to Week 9 with activities of reading, drawing, painting and creating around a theme giving students a great transition into prep next year.  

Electrical safety talks

Students at Prospect Creek are safety heroes learning about electricity tips during Electrical Safety Week. 

Rob Poulton, from Ergon Energy, visited and spoke about the importance of using electricity appliances correctly and being aware of fallen powerlines especially coming into the summer season.  

Families welcome

Families considering enrolling at Prospect Creek for 2021 in any year level are encouraged to attend the information sessions on Tuesday,  October 13, and Wednesday,  November 4. 

Both drop-in sessions will be held from 2.30 – 4.30pm with families able to tour the facilities and talk to staff about the opportunities available at Prospect Creek. 

There is no enrolment catchment plan in place and all prospective families can contact the school to arrange an enrolment pack. 


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