LNP pledges $104 000 for Ashmore State School

23 Jan 2015 9:00 AMJohn-Paul Langbroek

Students at Ashmore State School will benefit from an upgraded preschool playground if JP Langbroek is re-elected under an LNP government.

Member for Surfers Paradise and Minister for Education, JP Langbroek said the synthetic turf and new shade structure is a much needed upgrade to the school, as it will provide our kids with a healthy play area and multi-use space.

“Since 2012, I have been consulting with the school community and I am pleased to confirm that I will deliver this much needed facility if I am re-elected,” Mr Langbroek said.

“The funds will go a long way and will contribute to the ongoing development of an outdoor learning centre at Ashmore State School that will be particularly beneficial for early learning, ESL and special needs children.”

Ashmore State School P&C President, Ron Odle said he and the P&C Association is grateful for the Government’s support.

“On behalf of Ashmore P&C, I would like to say how thankful we are for the contribution towards our new outside learning environment,” he said.

“Mr Langbroek’s continued support for Ashmore State School and the wider community throughout the years is much appreciated.”

Mr Langbroek said local families can be assured that their kids will have the facilities and resources they need to achieve great results under a Strong LNP Government.

“The LNP Government is focused on revitalising frontline services and we’re delivering for Queenslanders,” he said.

“As the Education Minister I’ve provided more than $2.5 million to boost the literacy and numeracy skills of students in the electorate of Surfers Paradise. This is on top of more than $1.7 million in maintenance funding to get rid of the peeling paint, ripped carpets and cracked footpaths for local schools.”

“Ashmore State School, Bellevue State School and Surfers Paradise State School have also received flashing school light under the LNP Government to ensure that local familiescan travel safely to and from school.

“We have invested heavily into much needed infrastructure to ensure that local schools have the resources and space they need into the future.

“We want our schools to be vibrant hubs – where children learn, teachers teach and communities gather.”

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