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Hall of fame

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​Congratulations to all children, centres, students and schools that participated in the 2022 Premier's Reading Challenge.

Schools with 100% participation (or close to) and schools that have been part of the challenge since its inception plus early childhood centres and individual readers, were in the running to win prizes from our supporting partner!

Online book retailer Booktopia provided $10,500 worth of book vouchers.

The winners of the 2022 lucky draw for early childhood centres are:

  • Cloncurry Kindergarten Association Incorporated
  • Goodstart Early Learning Calamvale 1
  • Goodstart Early Learning Wynnum West
  • Indooroopilly Montessori Children's House
  • Kids World Gilston
  • Kummara Early Years
  • North Qld Family Day Care
  • Water Street Child Care and Kindergarten
  • Western Suburbs Kindergarten
  • Youngstar Family Day Care.

The winners of the 2022 lucky draw for schools with 100% or close to 100% participation rates are:

  • Bartle Frere State School
  • Boronia Heights State School
  • Caboolture Special School
  • Crestmead State School
  • Eungella State School
  • Jamboree Heights State School
  • Millaroo State School
  • Newmarket State School
  • Pilton State School
  • Somerset Hills State School
  • St John's School (Silkwood)
  • St Mary's School (Charleville)
  • The Gap State School.

The schools that have participated in the Premier's Reading Challenge since its inception are:

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

Participation award recipients

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Congratulations to more than 940 schools, 340 centres and the individual readers who took part in the 2022 challenge, combining more than 167,000 Queensland children and students, reading over 2.39 million books. What an outstanding achievement.

Well done to the schools that achieved 100% or close to 100% participation in 2022.

  • Abergowrie State School
  • Agnes Water State School
  • Amiens State School
  • Arcadia Valley State School
  • Aspley East State School
  • Back Plains State School
  • Ballandean State School
  • Banksia Beach State School
  • Bartle Frere State School
  • Beerburrum State School
  • Bellevue Park State School
  • Blackbutt State School
  • Bluff State School
  • Boronia Heights State School
  • Bundaberg Central State School
  • Burnside State School
  • Caboolture Special School
  • Capella State School
  • Clare State School
  • Coowonga State School
  • Crestmead State School
  • Elliott Heads State School
  • Eungella State School
  • Frenchville State School
  • Giru State School
  • Glenmorgan State School
  • Glenore Grove State School
  • Glenvale Christian School (Glenvale)
  • Greenlands State School
  • Greenvale State School
  • Griffin State School
  • Guardian Angels' Primary School (Wynnum)
  • Hannaford State School
  • Harristown State School
  • Innisfail State School
  • Jamboree Heights State School
  • Jones Hill State School
  • Jundah State School
  • Kaimkillenbun State School
  • Kalamia State School
  • Kogan State School
  • Kuraby Special School
  • Labrador State School
  • Leichhardt State School
  • Marlborough State School
  • McDonnell Creek State School
  • Merrimac State School
  • Millaroo State School
  • Minimbah State School
  • Moffatdale State School
  • Mount Whitestone State School
  • Nagoorin State School
  • Newmarket State School
  • Noosaville State School
  • Nundah State School
  • Oakwood State School
  • Our Lady of the Rosary School (Caloundra)
  • Park Avenue State School
  • Peachester State School
  • Pilton State School
  • Pinnacle State School
  • Somerset Hills State School
  • Southport State School
  • St Anthony's School (Dimbulah)
  • St Colman's School (Home Hill)
  • St John's School (Silkwood)
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bundaberg)
  • St Kevin's School (Benowa)
  • St Mary's School (Beaudesert)
  • St Mary's School (Charleville)
  • St Peter's Catholic Primary School (Rockhampton)
  • Tanduringie State School
  • The Gap State School
  • Torbanlea State School
  • Townsville Community Learning Centre - A State Special School
  • Undurba State School
  • Urandangi State School
  • Valkyrie State School
  • Warrill View State School
  • Wellers Hill State School
  • Woorabinda State School
  • Zillmere State School

A special mention to the following schools who had more than 500 students complete the challenge.

  • Aspley East State School
  • Banksia Beach State School
  • Belgian Gardens State School
  • Bellevue Park State School
  • Boronia Heights State School
  • Crestmead State School
  • Durack State School
  • Fernbrooke State School
  • Frenchville State School
  • Griffin State School
  • Jamboree Heights State School
  • Labrador State School
  • Merrimac State School
  • Minimbah State School
  • Mudgeeraba Creek State School
  • Nundah State School
  • Peregian Springs State School
  • Southport State School
  • Surfers Paradise State School
  • The Gap State School
  • Undurba State School
  • Varsity College
  • Wellers Hill State School
  • West End State School
  • Wishart State School

The schools that have participated in the Premier's Reading Challenge since its inception are:

  • Annandale State School
  • Calamvale Community College
  • John Paul College (Daisy Hill)
  • Jones Hill State School
  • Minimbah State School
  • Moore Park Beach State School
  • Oakwood State School
  • Wavell Heights State School.
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Last updated 13 October 2022