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Building resiliency against bullying and reducing anxiety in students
Kanwal Public School is seeking funds to introduce the "Friends for Life" childhood anxiety prevention program to our cohort of 414 students in Years 3 to 6.
Teenage Life Skills
MHS has identified the potential risk of teenage pregnancy amongst students. To reduce this risk the purchasing of pregnancy simulation equipment will provide a more realistic educational experience
Installation of bollards, mirrors and speed bumps for school car parks
To provide a safety protective barrier system for students and the public, restricting cars accessing school car parking areas during home time and when people are exiting the car park to do so safely
Install improved lighting to provide a safely lit pathway from Lonus Ave to the gym at Whitebridge High School
The existing lighting to reach the gym from Lonus Ave is not satisfactory over some parts of the path so not safe to use at night - the school has insufficient funding to upgrade the lighting.
Covered walkways for the kids
Grant will be used to fund building of covered walkways from our classrooms to other areas of the school. This will provide shelter and improved safety for the kids as they move around the school.
Build a permanent, sun-wind shelter to protect families & spectators when watching children & supervising siblings playing. A grant will ease the need for bbqs and raffles to pay for necessities
First Aid Training and Provision of Defribillator for Community Programs
Urgent need for update of First Aid training for volunteers and education in operation of portable defribilator for use in support of our community programs. Purchase of defribilator.
Staying healthy and active is important throughout life.Silver Sneakers is a gentle exercise group we are forming for older people in our community.We need equipment and training to get up and active!
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