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Our school

Eromanga State School is a small school in South-West Queensland. The area is characterised by large stations, generally a mix of sheep and cattle and an oil industry.

We are committed to a focus on literacy and numeracy. Our objective is for our students to achieve great outcomes daily. We continue to implement the Australian Curriculum and continue to work alongside regional, state and federal initiatives to ensure that our students are given a quality education in the outback.

Our staff is made up of a teaching principal, a part-time teacher from within our local community, a teacher aide and an itinerant teacher from Quilpie State College, admin officer, cleaner and groundsman. The staff collaborates and work hard to ensure innovative and individualised learning experiences are provided for each student.

Some students travel to school from outlying stations up to 30 kilometres away. There is currently no bus service available. The majority of students live in the town area. There are limited numbers of new enrolments with the town and district reflecting considerable stability.

Individualised learning needs are taken into account in the delivery of curriculum within the school and individual profiles have been developed to map literacy and numeracy progress of all students. Any behaviour problems are managed according to the school’s Responsible Behaviour Plan in conjunction with parents and school staff.

Please contact us for any further information.