Rewards for reaching goals
MULGILDIE State School is a small but enthusiastic primary school where students receive a quality education from dedicated teaching staff.
With a total enrolment of 38, the school provides Mulgildie children with a positive, caring learning environment.
A favourable student-teacher ratio encourages high achievement in all endeavours.
All students are rewarded for reaching goals in their home reading, encouraging them to become better and more confident readers as well as highlighting the importance of reading in all aspects of learning.
Each year Mulgildie students are offered the chance to go on school camp.
All students are encouraged to attend, costs are kept as low as possible to enable as many as possible to attend these camps.
The student council regularly runs fundraising days to support worthy causes and charities.
The school is actively involved in the local community such as the Mulgildie Bunyip Festival. And there is a strong family history at the school with many children following parents and grandparents enrolling at Mulgildie.
Mulgildie works with a cluster of small schools in activities such as sport and the arts.
For its size and location Mulgildie iswell resourced in an environment conducive to outdoor activity.
■ For further details contact the school on 4167 2154.
HAPPY LEARNERS: Lachlan Kerle, Willis Bygrave, Rohan Knapman and Ethan Grubb work out some challenges.
BRAINS TRUST: Ralph Domingo, Mitchell Moscrop, Josie Howie, Prue Dow and Laura Henry working to find some solutions.