SCENIC RIM WORKSHOP NEWS
SCENIC RIM COMMUNITY GETS TRACTION
The TRACTION team were delighted to host the Scenic Rim community at the new workshop established on Monday 17th September. The Community Information session provided the chance for people to see the new workshop and find out more about the TRACTION program and plans to establish the workshop as a hub to support young people in need. See photos and read more.
17 SEPTEMBER 2018 | SCENIC RIM NEWS
BOLD VISION GAINS TRACTION
A PUSH to expand a youth engagement program across south-east Queensland has gained traction in Beaudesert. Click HERE to read the story that featured in the Beaudesert & Jimboomba Times.
19 SEPTEMBER 2018 | SCENIC RIM NEWS
NEW WORKSHOP SET FOR THE SCENIC RIM
After 2 years of students travelling to and from Brisbane to participate in TRACTION, the Scenic Rim will soon be home to the its own TRACTION workshop. The workshop will kick off in July with students from Beaudesert High School comprising the first group. Read more
3 JUNE 2018 | SCENIC RIM NEWS
LACHLAN CONSTRUCTS HIS OWN FUTURE!
It's great to hear the success stories of TRACTION participants. Rachel (Guidance Counsellor at the school of former TRACTION participant Lachlan) shared that he recently secured a construction apprenticeship and he’s loving the hard physical work and learning new skills. Rachel said, "This is a really great outcome. His involvement in TRACTION gave him the confidence to go for this position so many thanks to everyone who had contact with him!". Read more
5 APRIL 2018 | SCENIC RIM NEWS
PROGRAM HELPS BUILD 'WHEELIE' POSITIVE FUTURES
Thanks Ashleigh Howarth for this story in the Queensland Times about students from the Scenic Rim region getting access to TRACTION, thanks to the support of Able Australia's "Flipside" youth service and donations from the local police. Read more
1 MARCH 2018 | SCENIC RIM NEWS
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ABOUT THE SCENIC RIM WORKSHOP
TRACTION programs will be delivered at a new workshop located on the grounds of Beaudesert High School from July 2018.
The workshop will be located at 60 Michaelina Drive, Beaudesert
PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS & COMMUNITY GROUPS
BEAUDESERT STATE HIGH SCHOOL
Beaudesert State High School has a splendid history of excellent academic results, sporting achievements and successes in varied cultural activities. BDSHS is passionate about providing a quality education for ALL students. It is a place where staff and students work together and take responsibility for working towards achieving “Personal Best” - in learning, in engagement, and in relationships. Features of Beaudesert State High School are our committed teachers, innovative programs, quality facilities, and strong community ties.
School contact: Thomas Cleary (Guidance Officer)
Click here for more information about BDSHS.
Emmaus College aims to provide a learning environment that nurtures young people’s gifts and abilities and enables them to reach their potential.
Contact: Rachel Martin (Guidance Counsellor)
Click here for more information about Emmaus College at Jimboomba.
FLAGSTONE STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
FSCC is a young school with approximately 800 students, 60 teachers and 40 non-teaching staff. Its students travel from various areas in northern Beaudesert Shire - Jimboomba, Flagstone, Greenbank, Maclean, Logan Village - as well as some southern Brisbane suburbs.
Students are able to study both academic and vocational curriculum and participate in a wide range of sports and cultural activities.
Contact: Carolyn Burke (Acting Deputy Principal)
Click here for more information about FSCC.