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Thankyou for taking the time to access our school website. 
We hope that you will choose us, as we value the opportunity to provide your child with their primary school education.
If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a team to educate a child.  While your child will be directly assigned to one class, there will a team of people who help ensure that the whole school functions to focus on your child’s learning opportunities.  We may have a smaller staff than some of the larger urban schools, but our team is dedicated, functioning at capacity to provide quality educational outcomes for all our students. We see a rural school to be a viable choice, and many of our team have worked here for years, valuing who we are, where we are and what we do. They hold a wealth of knowledge about our community.
We also need parents who are willing to work in partnership with us.  Schooling is a process that takes time, care and skill, but unless we are working towards a common goal, encouraging and supporting each other, then learning can go off the rails.  We value your support.
So please join us.  Enrolling is easy, simply follow the steps below.
1.Drop in or ring the office to access an enrolment pack.

2.Join us in an enrolment interview – we learn about you, you learn about us.

3.Show the birth certificate (Required at first enrolment at a state school only). 

4.Fill in the usual round of paper work and sign the forms. All done.

From there on in, we’ll work together.
Looking forward to it.

Mrs Roslyn Waldron
PS: I encourage you to explore the tabs that sit under 'Enrolling at our school'.  There is a wealth of information to support your decision making.
  • Attendance

    Research shows that in Queensland, higher student attendance at school is associated, on average, with higher student achievement.

  • Positive Behaviour For Learning (PBL)

    Our Responsible Behaviour Plan outlines our system for facilitating positive behaviours, discouraging problem behaviour and responding to unacceptable behaviours.

  • Transition Programs

    Transitioning into the new school environment begins well before the start of the new year, and ends when your child feels safe, secure and has a sense of belonging within that new school environment.