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Enrolling at our school

When enrolling at Mundubbera State P-10 you will be asked to set aside approximately 1 hour to meet with the Principal or Head of Department. This meeting represents the first and most significant phase of the induction process for members new to our school.

Enrolling families will have the expectations of the school explained and will be taken on a tour of the school to view our wonderful facilities and to meet the appropriate teachers. Following this initial induction meeting, booklist and uniform requirements are organised. An induction buddy will be arranged by the class teacher to help your child become more familiar with student based processes around lunch times and movement of class between subjects.

Where possible you are asked to enrol your child/children prior to their first day of the school year so that a teacher and class may be allocated and furniture provisions organised. Most significantly, because we are a strict uniform school, enrolled students are expected to be in full uniform for their first day of school. Uniforms may be purchased as part of the enrolment process from the front office.

Mundubbera State P-10 has a current enrolment of 247 students. We cater for a wide age range of students from prep aged students to Year 10.  For the first time in 2012 we are in partnership with Burnett State College to support Year 11 and 12 students through our Independent Learning Centre located on our school campus.  We also support students with special needs with a Special Education facility in the school that cares for students with varying individual requirements. 

To enquire about enrolling at Mundubbera State P-10, please contact us. The prospectus (PDF, 653 KB) provides all the necessary information you need about programs, staffing and any other information you require regarding our school. Download an enrolment form (PDF, 1713 KB) or contact the school office to have a form posted or faxed to you. Please bring your child’s birth certificate with you.

Regards

Peter Townsend