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Hall of fame

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Congratulations to all children, students and schools that participated in the Premier's Reading Challenge in 2021.

Schools with 100% participation 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 2021 lucky draw for early childhood centres are:

  • Avenues Early Learning Centre – Runcorn Heights
  • Bay House Early Education
  • Bundaberg Early Learning Centre
  • Caboolture Montessori School
  • Winton Child Care Centre 'Little Swaggies'
  • Kids On Clarence
  • Mackay Family Day Care Scheme
  • Pallara Childcare
  • Silky Oaks Childcare Centre
  • Vera Lacaze Memorial Community Kindergarten Inc.

The winners of the 2021 lucky draw for schools with 100% or close to 100% participation rates are:

  • Broadwater State School
  • Capella State School
  • Claremont Special School
  • Coowonga State School
  • Darra State School
  • Eagleby State School
  • Frenchville State School
  • Glenore Grove State School
  • Glenvale Christian School (Glenvale)
  • Goodna State School
  • Hervey Bay Special School
  • King's Christian College Anzac Avenue Campus
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bundaberg)
  • St Joseph's School (Murgon).

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 925 schools, 350 centres and individual readers who took part in the 2021 challenge, combining more than 168,000 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 2021.

  • Amiens State School
  • Back Plains State School
  • Banksia Beach State School
  • Broadwater State School
  • Bundaberg Central State School
  • Burnside State School
  • Caboolture Special School
  • Capella State School
  • Claremont Special School
  • Columba Catholic College, Charters Towers
  • Comet State School
  • Coowonga State School
  • Cooyar State School
  • Cordalba State School
  • Crestmead State School
  • Currumbin Community Special School
  • Darra State School
  • Eagleby State School
  • Frenchville State School
  • Georgetown State School
  • Gladstone South State School
  • Glenore Grove State School
  • Glenvale Christian School (Glenvale)
  • Goodna State School
  • Greenlands State School
  • Griffin State School
  • Harristown State School
  • Hervey Bay Special School
  • Isisford State School
  • Jones Hill State School
  • King's Christian College Anzac Avenue Campus
  • Kuraby Special School
  • Meandarra State School
  • Millaroo State School
  • Minimbah State School
  • Mistake Creek State School
  • Mitchelton Special School
  • Mount Isa Special School
  • Mount Kilcoy State School
  • Mount Whitestone State School
  • Murray River Upper State School
  • Nagoorin State School
  • Nambour Special School
  • Nundah State School
  • Oakwood State School
  • Oxenford State School
  • Ridgelands State School
  • Rockhampton North Special School
  • Somerset Hills State School
  • Southport State School
  • St Anthony's School (Dimbulah)
  • St Brendan's Catholic Primary School (Mackay)
  • St Brendan's Primary School (Moorooka)
  • St John's School (Silkwood)
  • St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (Bundaberg)
  • St Joseph's School (Murgon)
  • St Rita's School (Babinda)
  • Toowoomba West Special School
  • Torbanlea State School
  • Townsville Community Learning Centre – A State Special School
  • Townsville Grammar School North Shore
  • Woody Point Special School
  • Yangan State School
  • Yarwun State School
  • Yeppoon State School.

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

  • Aspley State School
  • Banksia Beach State School
  • Crestmead State School
  • Eagleby State School
  • Frenchville State School
  • Goodna State School
  • Griffin State School
  • Hermit Park State School
  • Jamboree Heights State School
  • Labrador State School
  • Minimbah State School
  • Mudgeeraba Creek State School
  • Nundah State School
  • Oxenford State School
  • Peregian Springs State School
  • Redeemer Lutheran College
  • Southport State School
  • Wellers Hill State School
  • Western Cape College 
  • Wishart State School
  • Wynnum 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 14 October 2021