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CSU grants support education in Dubbo region

14 JUNE 2017

Charles Sturt University (CSU) has announced the successful applicants for Community-University Partnership (CUP) education grants for organisations in the Dubbo region.Head of Campus at CSU in Dubbo Ms Cathy Maginnis (pictured) said, "The Community-University Partnerships program is just one of the ways that the University demonstrates its motto, 'For the public good', and its ethos, 'yindyamarra winhanganha', meaning 'the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in'."The CUP grants aim to advance our mission by cultivating strong, relevant and collaborative partnerships with local communities, industry, government and employers."I congratulate the successful applicants in our region and wish them success with their projects."The CUP Rural and Regional Education Development Program is a small grant program (generally between $500 and $1 000) aimed at assisting primary and secondary schools, and not-for-profit early childhood centres in the University's regions, acquire equipment or consumables that assist in facilitating students' learning and engagement in rural and regional areas. Successful applicants in this category each received $1 000, and they include:Wellington Primary School Parents and Citizens, to erect playground structures and create a sensory garden;Buninyong Public School, to provide migrant families with quality books to support English language learning;St John's Parish School, Dubbo, to add to mathematical resources in classrooms; andOrana Heights Public School - Early Intervention Support Class, Dubbo, to add to sensory, gross motor and fine motor equipment to increase student engagement and participation.

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Bruce Andrews, (02) 6338 6084


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