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Paul in Bradfield

  • National Science Week
    National Science Week

    Paul visited Castle Cove Public School to celebrate National Science Week, an Australian Government initiative aimed at promoting scientific research and science subjects in schools and communities across Australia. At Castle Cove Public School, the local community was very involved in a fun night of robotics, stargazing and guest talks by professional scientists from the Australian Museum and the University of New South Wales. Students from the school’s Robotics Club have been utilising a 3D printer to create custom prosthetic robotic hands for children without the use of their hands.
     
    This event concluded a week of public talks, interactive experiments and school science fairs in Bradfield and around Australia that celebrated the importance of Australia’s scientific community and gave children and adults alike an opportunity to explore everything from astronomy to zoology. 

  • Turramurra Branch Community Meeting
    Turramurra Branch Community Meeting

    Paul held a community meeting for the residents of Turramurra to talk about the policies that the Liberal Party is pursuing, and to hear feedback from constituents.  With around fifty constituents in attendance, there was a lively question and answer session, covering topics such as immigration, national security, and energy policy.

  • Chinese Australian Services Society (CASS) Annual Dinner
    Chinese Australian Services Society (CASS) Annual Dinner

    Paul was guest of honour at the Chinese Australian Services Society (CASS) fundraising dinner in Sydney and delivered a short address.

    Over 500 people attended this hugely successful evening which raised money for a second CASS Residential Aged Care Facility in Asquith - designed to meet the needs of 102 frail aged seniors with an East Asian background.

    CASS Care Ltd was established in 2002 and is well- known for its provision of services to multi-cultural communities.  Several Bradfield constituents serve on the board of CASS.

  • St Ives Preschool Family Fun Fair
    St Ives Preschool Family Fun Fair

    Paul dropped into the St Ives Preschool Family Fun Fair and spoke to launch the event. St Ives Preschools caters for 80 children in the Ku-ring-gai area. It is a non-profit organisation which relies heavily on fundraising: the funfair is their biggest fundraising event of the year, with proceeds helping to fund the purchase of new equipment.  Paul joined state MP Jonathan O’Dea and Cr Christiane Berlioz in officially opening the event. 

  • Education Forum with Simon Birmingham
    Education Forum with Simon Birmingham

    Paul hosted an education forum with the Minister for Education and Training, Senator the Hon Simon Birmingham, and representatives from local secondary schools and community colleges in Bradfield. Minister Birmingham spoke on the Turnbull Government’s recent achievements in landmark education reforms, specifically highlighting the passage of the Australian Education Amendment Act 2017 at the end of the Autumn Session of Parliament.

    Attendees included principals of government, catholic and independent schools in Bradfield and representatives from their parent groups and school councils. Minister Birmingham outlined the Turnbull Government’s roadmap for further education reforms including the Higher Education reform and the Gonski 2.0 review into Achieving Academic Excellence in Australian Schools. There was a broad and constructive discussion which extended well beyond school funding issues to consider how best our schools can deliver on their mission of educating the next generation of Australians. 

  • Visit to Pymble Public School
    Visit to Pymble Public School

    Paul visited Pymble Public School to speak to Year 6 students before their trip to Canberra to visit Parliament House. The students had many insightful and challenging questions.

    Paul regularly visits local schools to talk to students – particularly Year 6 students who are studying our system of government. 

Authorised by Paul Fletcher MP, Level 2, 280 Pacific Highway Lindfield NSW 2070.

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