By 1975, joint funding for all sectors resulted in state-wide in-service training opportunities covering a wide-range of topics from curriculum development, coping with change and using computers, to social sciences, languages and alternative types of education.


Ongoing growth in the provision of primary education in the independent sector saw the Association’s membership expand to include primary school members.¬†Today, Independent Schools Queensland has more than 170 member schools catering to primary school aged children.


Pictured: Primary school students at Brisbane Independent School, 1970s.

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