Your support of flood-affected schools and communities

In early 2022, floods devastated communities in NSW and QLD. With your generous support of our Flood Recovery Appeal, we deliver urgent grants to support children in flood-affected communities. Here is how your support is making a difference in some of those schools.

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How your support helps students like Gaige – Our 2022 Impact Report

Gaige’s inspiring story of impact is one of many featured in our newly released Impact Report. Because of your incredibly generous support, Schools Plus has been able to raise over $36 million for students facing disadvantage.

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Speech therapy improves learning outcomes at Avonvale Primary School

Through Schools Plus funding, Avonvale Primary School was able to employ a speech therapist to assist students with their oral language skills. In one-on-one and group settings, students were able to develop their phonological, pragmatic, syntax, morphological and semantics skills.

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Fair Education engages families at Darling Heights

At Darling Heights State School, teachers are using adult English classes to connect with families and ensure children can reach their full potential. Watch their project in action in our latest video.

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Read our 2021 Impact Report

We are proud to release our 2021 Impact Report, showcasing just a few of the incredible stories of change that we have had the pleasure of supporting.

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Miss Buttercup serves up work experience opportunities

She may be over 80 years old, but Miss Buttercup is serving up some fresh opportunities for the students at Yankalilla Area School. The vintage caravan café has toured the town, providing hands-on learning for hospitality, tourism and business students.

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Remote SA schools introduce Two-Way Science

6 remote schools in SA are working to implement an innovative Two-Way Science approach, to build cultural identity and teach science.

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Digital Literacy Transforms NT School

Located on the outskirts of Darwin (NT), Ludmilla Primary is a small school of 94 students, more than half of which Indigenous or have a language background other than English. With their digital literacy project, Ludmilla has proven to be a school of choice for the local community.

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Mossman State School brings back the Kuku Yalanji language

Mossman State School’s quest to close the gap between its Indigenous and non-Indigenous student attendance, engagement and achievement led to an 18-month consultation process with the Kuku Yalanji Elders, to bring the local Aboriginal language, Kuku Yalanji, to the school.

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Teaching Fellows Panel: The Impact of the Fellowship

At the 2021 Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards Ceremony, past Teaching Fellows Eddie Woo, Chantel Mirzai (2019) and Scott Sleap (2020) sat down to discuss the impact of the fellowship on their careers, students and the education sector.

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Google launch brand new STEM classroom at Montello PS

Montello Primary School in Burnie, Tasmania is set for a major technological upgrade, thanks to support from our partner, Google.

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Passion projects support student engagement

Flinders View Primary School is located in Port Augusta, with 172 students and an ICSEA value of 792. Over 70% of students are from an Indigenous background.

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Supporting Crisis Affected Schools in 2020

In 2020, schools faced challenges on a scale never seen before. Bushfires, floods, drought and COVID-19 combined to create unprecedented levels of trauma, anxiety and relentless, rapid change for students, teachers, families and school communities. Schools Plus responded by launching our first Crisis Appeal and we were overwhelmed by the generosity of our donors.

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Read our latest Impact Report

We are proud to release our 2020 Impact Report, detailing our impact on schools faced with disadvantage since 2015. Thanks to the generosity of our donors, as of June 2020, Schools Plus has been able to direct over $17 million to vulnerable children across Australia.

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