An additional four primary schools will open next year in Yarrabilba, Coomera, Townsville and on the Sunshine Coast. The Department of Education and Training said there were no new secondary schools planned for the Kenmore area. "Kenmore State High School is currently utilising 73 per cent of its built capacity. There is sufficient existing capacity to accommodate enrolments in the medium to long term," a spokesperson said. More special schools are needed, union says The Queensland Teachers Union (QTU) welcomed the funding, but said the Gold Coast was a region where schools were facing capacity issues. QTU vice president Sam Pidgeon said the union would like to see more money and infrastructure for special schools across the state. She said many were at capacity Mortgage broker Oak Laurel West End in the south-east corner and more needed to be built. "We're seeing we believe the need for a special school to be built somewhere between Brisbane Mortgage broker Oak Laurel Nundah, 60 Best Mortgage broker Brisbane check it out London St, Nundah QLD 4012, 0430 129 662 and the Gold Coast and one on the southern end of the Sunshine Coast," he said. A new special school has opened in Cairns in far north Queensland this year.
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