Family Support Service
Parent & Community Engagement

Funding Agency: Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

Funded Period: 1 July 2015 - 31 December 2017.

Senior Support Worker: Petulia Stokes.

Support Worker: Matthew Hill and Zandalee Anderson-McGinniss.

What do we offer?

PaCE is engaged to assist in building relationships between families and schools in nine targeted schools in Rockhampton. 

  • Crescent Lagoon State School.

  • Rockhampton State School.

  • Glenmore Primary School.

  • Glenmore High School.

  • North Rockhampton High School. 

  • Allenstown State Schhol. 

  • Depot Hill State School.

  • The Hall State School.

  • Mt Archer State School.

 

We focus on establishing connections between primary and secondary schools and ensuring smooth transitions for students and parents. PaCE aims to assist Indigenous families & communities to:

  • Engage with schools and education providers in order to support improved educational outcomes for their children;

  • Build strong leadership that supports high expectations of Indigenous students educational outcomes;

  • Support the establishment, implementation and/or ongoing progress of community-school partnerships; and

  • Support and reinforce childrens learning at home.

 

The PaCE program offers its services to any school that requires assistance in the above areas with their Indigenous students. 

 

For further information:

Please call 07 4922 6180 during business hours and ask to speak to any of our friendly staff or download our referral form below and email to petulia.stokes@darumbal.org.au

 

 

 

 

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Contact us:

07 - 4922 6180

Find us: 

79b Bolsover Street, Rockhampton

Q 4700

ABN: 

55 066 537 031