Mabel Park State School Hub


Mabel Park State School Hub

About this Hub

Our Community Hub at Mabel Park State School is designed to ensure that every child is at school every day learning and achieving. The hub is located in our Wellness Centre and is integral in building and strengthening the links between, home, school and the community. Our hub is a friendly space where parents can connect with our school and gain any support needed to ensure their child’s success.

Activities


  • Breakfast
  • Chill Out Tuesdays nutrition Breakfast Club
  • Community in the Classroom
  • Get Connected Morning Tea
  • GoodStart exercise and nutrition program
  • Have Fun Be Healthy Playgroups
  • NAIDOC Day celebration
  • Return Serve Tennis program
  • Taste of Culture celebration
  • Trash and Treasure

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Mabel Park Community Hub has a range of programs that support local families. Please see timetables and flyers for more information.


Taste of Culture Afternoon

Taste of Culture Afternoon

Posted in: News

Added 23rd June

The Taste of Culture afternoon was organised by the Mabel…
Getting a Good Start at Mabel Park State School Community Hub
On the 25th of June I attended a Pacifica Links…
Embedding the Hub in the school - Return Serve

Embedding the Hub in the school - Return Serve

Posted in: Hub Stories

Added 29th April

Return Serve starts in week 3 of the school term, on…
Transforming a space into a Community Hub

Transforming a space into a Community Hub

Posted in: News

Added 15th October

Mabel Park has recently been allocated a designated space to…

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The National Community Hubs Program is an initiative of Community Hubs Australia, supported by the Scanlon Foundation and the Australian Government Department of Social Services.

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