Pambula Public School
Pambula Public School is committed to providing a quality educational program for each student in its care. The major features of the school's curriculum and culture are strong student welfare and support programs, high level academic expectations and outcomes in literacy, numeracy and creative and practical arts and a commitment to encouraging active parental and community involvement in school programs. For several years anequity funding source has been used to provide extensive staff training and development activities in technology, high order thinking skills development and quality teaching and learning practices. Our school embraces new technologies and is supported through the installation and use of interactive whiteboards in every learning area throughout the school. Our two support classrooms, catering for students with additional learning needs, enriches our community and provides opportunities for both mainstream and special needs children to work together as a cooperative learning community. We are fortunate in that we are located in an ideal bushland setting enjoying expansive open playing areas with modern learning facilities. The Pambula Public School staff and community believe fundamentally that every child has a right to learn in a supportive environment with an appreciation that the school and home need to work together side-by-side to maximise student engagement. High expectations, strong welfare policies, a broad curriculum and dedicated staff ensure that our students have available to them every opportunity to excel.
Cooler Classrooms Program
The NSW Government is committed to providing students with healthy and comfortable learning environments. That’s why we’ve invested a record $500 million to provide a sustainable air conditioning program for NSW schools.
To ensure the NSW Government responds to the needs of students in the hottest parts of the State, we will provide air conditioning in classrooms and libraries at schools that experience a mean maximum January temperature of 30°C and above.
Schools that sit below 30°C will be able to apply for funding to receive air conditioning in their classrooms and libraries, allowing more schools to benefit from air conditioning than ever before.
This school is eligible to apply for funding through the Cooler Classrooms Program. Applications for the second round of funding are now closed.
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