Kids Hope Australia

A.C.T. Department of Education Partnership Award

The KIDS HOPE AUS program run by C3 Church in Monash ACT in the Isabella Plains Early Childhood School has received great recognition by being voted the Outstanding Partnership of the Year Award by the ACT Education Department at an awards ceremony last week.

The photo captures the KHA Coordinator Andrew Kingston after receiving the award standing with the Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, Ms Yvette Berry MLA (on the left), and the ACT Education Directorate Director-General, Natalie Howson (on the right).

Andrew and his team of mentors were welcomed at the school the following week with this great recognition on the school message board congratulating them on the award and promoting it to the whole school community.

The Kids Hope staff and the whole KHA community want to congratulate Andrew and the wonderful mentors from the C3 Church in Monash for the well deserved acknowledgement of their program, their partnership and their care and support of the precious children.
Please read a letter from the Assistant Principal below……

Dear Kids Hope Mentors

Congratulations! Last night our partnership program won the Public Education Award for Outstanding Partnership of the year Award. Thank you to each of you for making this partnership work, for volunteering your time and for everything you do for our children and families. Even though we often don’t see you coming and going we are very grateful for everything you do.

Congratulations and thank you on behalf of IPECS.

Katie – Deputy Principal
Isabella Plains Early Childhood School | Education Directorate | ACT Government

WE WANT TO ACKNOWLEDGE ALL OF OUR KIDS HOPE PROGRAMS AROUND AUSTRALIA FOR THE AMAZING CONTRIBUTION AND IMPACT YOU ARE HAVING IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND WELLBEING OF ALL THE KIDS HOPE AUS CHILDREN. YOU ARE ALL AWESOME! THANK YOU!

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