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Student council
The student council consists of members elected from Years 4-6, along with our school captains. The students listen to our school community for ideas that they would like to see implemented in the school. The student council run fundraising events to support these initiatives. We also support a World Vision child. 
For more information contact Mrs Fanshawe 

Computer Coding Clubs 

In week 5 (week beginning 22/2/16) we will commence our computer coding clubs for years 1-6.  

Coding (or computer programming) is a new type of literacy.  Just as writing helps you to organise your thinking and express your ideas, the same is true for coding.  In the past, coding was seen as too difficult for most people but we think coding should be for everyone, just like writing. 

Years 1 and 2
Day & Time – Thursday 2nd Break (1:15-1:45) 
Program – ScratchJr -iPADS
Teacher – Mrs Joy King (
Years 3 and 4
Day & Time – Wednesday 2nd Break (1:15-1:45)
Program – Scratch – Laptops (BYOD or borrow library laptops)
Teacher – Mr Ben Williams (
Years 5 and 6 
Day & Time – Tuesday 2nd Break (1:15 – 1:45)
Program – Gamestar Mechanic – Laptops (BYOD or borrow library laptops)
Teacher – Mrs Jessica Rudd (
Cost - $3 for lifetime subscription to program with school and home access
Link to consent form: Consent Form

​Homework Club
Is your child having trouble with their homework? 
We are now offering a homework club on Thursday mornings from 8:00 am in the library. A quiet environment will be provided to complete homework and a teacher will be available to explain any questions your child may have. 
For more information, please contact Melissa Fanshawe

We have a thriving chess club at Pullenvale State School with at times up to 70 members challenging each other to a game!  Chess will be offered in Term 2. 

Lego Club
Lego Club is a fun way to construct and engineer items for our budding STEMs. Lego Club will be offered in Semester 2. 


Science Club
Science club operates in Term 2.  Students get to participate in fun experiments. 

Optiminds is an interesting blend of drama, script writing, performance and knowledge. More information to come. 


Premier's Reading Challenge
Premier's Reading Challenge is offered in Semester Two. All students are encouraged to record the books they are reading to submit to the Premier's Reading Challenge. Completed challenge sheets can be returned to your class teacher of the library. All students who complete the challenge will receive a certificate of achievement from the Premier.  For more information, please contact Mrs Suzanne Peters

Great Mates
Students in our great mates program work with Chappy Josh to achieve growth and development across a vast range of capabilities. They work on activities that encourage respect, leadership, resilience, positivity, humility, generosity and team work.​