Booyal Bunyips support families
THE tiny Booyal Central State School sits among the cane fields of Booyal, about 70km from Bundaberg.
Academically, behaviourally and socially Booyal Central has developed an excellent reputation as a vibrant and innovative multi-age school.
Students, staff and parents are incredibly proud of their little school and strive to make a difference to the region and its families.
In 2015 the school started an exciting entrepreneurial program which allowed students in Years 3–6 (who call themselves the Booyal Bunyips) to transfer their classroom knowledge into engaging, real life situations.
As a result the Booyal Bunyips started the Kidding About For Drought DVD project, in association with graziers in Western Queensland.
The process of producing the DVD has been both challenging and immensely satisfying for the Bunyips. They are very proud of the result and hope others will enjoy it as well.
The school is encouraging the community and the wider region to support the school by buying a copy of the DVD.
Visit the website for more information or to buy the DVD; http://www.booyalbunyips.com/about-us.html.
Alternatively contact Booyal Central State School principal Dawn Dolinski by phone: 4126 0177 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Together we can all help struggling farmers in their time of need as they contend with the effects of long-term drought.