Logan Together

Early Years Neighbourhood Networks

Early Years Neighbourhood Networks

Logan Together people are working at the local level in Early Years Neighbourhood Networks. These networks cluster several schools and their feeder early learning services into a community representing a logical geographic catchment.  We’ve listed the schools in each Network below and will include details of the other participants as they become available.

Boronia Heights and Surrounds

Schools

  1. Boronia State School
  2. Regents Park
  3. Greenbank
  4. Park Ridge

 

Eagleby
Schools

  1. Eagleby State School
  2. Eagleby South State School

 

Kingston/Crestmead/Marsden

Schools

  1. Creastmead
  2. Burrowes
  3. Marsden
  4. Berrinba East
  5. Kingston

 

Logan Central/Woodridge

Schools

  1. Woodridge
  2. Woodridge North
  3. Harrisfields
  4. Mabel Park

 

Springwood

Schools

  1. Springwood
  2. Springwood Central
  3. Chatswood Hills
  4. Daisy Hill State School

 

Waterford

Schools

  1. Waterford State School
  2. Waterford West State School
  3. Edens Landing State School
  4. Bethania

 

Yarrabilba

Schools

  1. Logan Reserve State School
  2. Logan Village State School
  3. St Clare’s Catholic School
  4. Yarrabilba State School

ECEC

  1. Logan Village Childcare Angels

Other partners

  1. Playgroup Queensland
  2. Lendlease
  3. Cr. Laurie Koranski (Logan City Council)
  4. Sandra Young (community member)
  5. Zoie Roberston (community member)
  6. Dunamis Church
  7. Mercy Children’s Service and Browns Plains Local Level Alliance
  8. Queensland Department of Education and Training 

Papers:

313,785 residents in Logan City. (Australian Bureau of Statistics, June 2016) Click To Tweet

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