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Hall of fame

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Congratulations to all students and schools that participated in the Premier's Reading Challenge in 2018.

Schools with 100 percent participation and schools that have been part of the challenge since its inception plus early childhood centres and individual readers, were in the running for prizes from our program sponsors.

Online book retailer and Premier's Reading Challenge sponsor, Booktopia provided $10,500 worth of book vouchers.

The winners of the 2018 lucky draws for early childhood centres are:

  • Burdekin Family Day Care Scheme Inc
  • C&K Tewantin Community Child Care Centre
  • Community Kids (Nanango)
  • Goodstart Early Learning Algester
  • Goodstart Early Learning Bayview Heights
  • Mackay Christian College Pre-Prep Learning Centre
  • Nanango & District Kindergarten
  • St Paul's Lutheran Kindergarten (Caboolture)
  • Trinity Beach Community Kindergarten
  • Wandilla Magic Child Care Centre
  • Yeronga Montessori.

The winners of the 2018 lucky draws for schools with 100 percent participation rates are:

  • Abergowrie State School
  • Amamoor State School
  • Balaclava State School
  • Edens Landing State School
  • Glenvale Christian School (Toowoomba)
  • Isisford State School
  • Kuraby Special School
  • Pomona State School
  • Russell Island State School
  • St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School (Bundaberg)
  • St Thomas’ of Villanova Parish School (Mareeba)
  • Wellers Hill State School.

The winners of the 2018 lucky draws for schools that have participated in the Premier's Reading Challenge since its inception are:

  • Annandale State School
  • Calamvale Community Colleg
  • John Paul College (Daisy Hill)
  • Jones Hill State School
  • Minimbah State School
  • Moore Park State School
  • Oakwood State School
  • Wavell Heights State School.

Participation award recipients

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Congratulations to the 181,000 children and students from 1,012 schools and 388 early childhood centres who took part in the challenge, reading more than 2.46 million books.

Congratulations to the schools that achieved 100 per cent or close to 100 per cent participation in 2018.

  • Abergowrie State School
  • Aloomba State School
  • Amamoor State School
  • Australian International Islamic College
  • Balaclava State School
  • Bartle Frere State School
  • Byfield State School
  • Cameron Downs State School
  • Camooweal State School
  • Chinchilla State School
  • Churchill State School
  • Darra State School
  • Depot Hill State School
  • Duaringa State School
  • Edens Landing State School
  • Fairview Heights State School
  • Frenchville State School
  • Glenvale Christian School (Toowoomba)
  • Goodna State School
  • Griffin State School
  • Grosmont State School
  • Guluguba State School
  • Hebel State School
  • Holy Spirit School (New Farm)
  • Isisford State School
  • Jundah State School
  • Kogan State School
  • Kuraby Special School
  • Lochington State School
  • Mackenzie State Special School
  • Maryborough Central State School
  • Mistake Creek State School
  • Narangba State School
  • Nashville State School
  • Nundah State School
  • Parke State School
  • Peachester State School
  • Pilton State School
  • Pomona State School
  • Richmond State School
  • Russell Island State School
  • Silkwood State School
  • Southport State School
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bundaberg)
  • St Peter Chanel Catholic Primary School
  • St Thomas' of Villanova Parish School  (Mareeba)
  • Tanduringie State School
  • The Caves State School
  • Thulimbah State School
  • Tingalpa State School
  • Walloon State School
  • Warwick East State School
  • Wellers Hill State School
  • Westwood State School
  • WoodLinks State School
  • Woodstock State School
  • Wyandra State School
  • Zillmere State School.

Congratulations to the schools that have taken part in the Premier's Reading Challenge since its inception in 2006.

  • Annandale State School
  • Calamvale Community College
  • John Paul College (Daisy Hill)
  • Jones Hill State School
  • Minimbah State School
  • Moore Park State School
  • Oakwood State School
  • Wavell Heights State School.
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Last updated 27 November 2018