Seminar a great success
FEEDBACK about the professional development day at Mundubbera State School has been positive.
On Monday’s student-free day, about 200 teachers and support staff took the opportunity to network with colleagues from other schools and participate in three of the 14 presentations organised by North Burnett cluster principals.
“When people arrived theywere able to choose which of the presentations they felt would be most be- neficial,” Mundubbera State School principal Peter Townsend said.
“I’ve had great feedback about all sessions, but most popular were those presented by guidance officer Jane Carroll, speech and language pathologist Deidre Rackemann and Anita Reinks’ presentation about a new framework that helps kids learn.”
Attendees also expressed their thanks to Mundubbera P&C for the excellent catering job.
OFF TO CAMP: Mundubbera State School instrumental music students and teacher Kirsty McGovern headed off early on Tuesday morning for a camp at Bucca.
EDUCATION FOR EDUCATORS: Guest speaker assistant regional director for Central Qld Region David Manttan addressed 200 teachers and support staff who attended the professioanl development day in Mundubbera on student-free day.
DEVELOPMENT: 200 teachers from across the district gathered at Mundubbera State School for professional development and networking opportunities on Monday.