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Student Council
Students are elected by their peers to represent the views and ideas of the student body. They meet regularly as a group to put these views and ideas to the leaders of our school. Fundraising  is an important role of the council; funds raised contribute towards a charity organisation as well as the funding of extra curricular activities such as lunchtime clubs. The student council is made up of students from grades 4, 5 and 6.


Makerspace for 2018 will be starting in week 6. Children from year 3 will be first, with our challenge to build a Roller Coaster that would support a marble or ping-pong ball. Makerspace gives students a chance to think critically, creatively and collaboratively. This activity will run before school on a Thursday, in the library lab from 8am - 8:35am and then the children will also come back at first break after eating to continue on their design.

There is no cost involved however children may need to collect items from home to bring in. Places are limited to 20 students so they will be spread out between the year 3 classes. Please speak with your child to see if they are interested and prepared to commit to coming.  

We will be starting Thursday the 1st of March at 8am.

Email Joy King your child's name and class.



Dance Troupe

Dance Troupe is offered each Monday and Wednesday morning, and a Monday afternoon, by our talented year 4 teacher, Mrs Rachel Pugh, who once owned a dance centre, and supported by our inspirational and enthusiastic year 3/4 teacher Mrs Suzanne Wicht. Dance Troupe is available to students from year 2 to year 6.  We enjoy regular performances on assemblies and special school functions and events.

For more information, please contact Mrs Rachel Pugh



Kids Lit Quiz
The Kids' Lit Quiz is an annual world wide  literature quiz for students aged 10 - 13 years. Kids Lit quiz takes place in term one each year.  Schools from around Brisbane compete against each other for a spot in the national final. Teams of four students are asked to answer 100 questions on children’s literature divided into ten categories, which vary each year.


Quizzes are held in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Indonesia, New Zealand, Nigeria, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom and USA. The winning team from each heat competes in a National Final. National champions compete in the World Final.
For more information please contact Suzanne Peters
Reader's Cup
Readers Cup is organised by the Qld Branch of the Children's Book Council of Australia. It generally takes place in term three each year.  It is a state wide competition for young readers. Teams of four students together read a set of books, and then compete with other school or public library teams to answer quiz questions from the books.

Readers Cup competitions challenge students to read widely, work collaboratively in a team and continue developing a love of reading. It allows readers to compete at a regional and state level similar to sporting competitions and to meet other students with an equal passion for books.
For more information please contact Suzanne Peters

Senior Robotics

Year 5 and 6 students are invited to participate in a before school program using EV3 robots.  Each week students learn to code and create programmes for challenges. Year 6 Robotics club are called the Robotic Rulerz. Numbers are limited

Junior Robotics
Year 2 students are invited to participate in a lunchtime club using our dash robots in term 3 and 4. Numbers are limited.
Coding Club
Coding Club will availble to years 3-6 in terms 2 and 3. Expression of Interest forms will be sent out in term 1. A small cost will be involved.


We have a thriving chess club at Pullenvale State School with at times up to 70 members challenging each other to a game! Chess is held weekly during first lunch in the library. Over the course of the year we offer lessons, chess ladders and interschool competitions.
Science Club
Science club operates at second lunch on selected days throughout the year for different year levels. Students participate in fun experiments and enter science based competitions.



 Chaplaincy Program