Enthusiasm for learning
MONTO State School offers a positive team environment for your child’s education.
There is great enthusiasm for learning and it is a team effort in the progress made by students.
The school offers a LOTE program of Japanese for Years 6–7 for 90 minutes a week, while younger students receive 60 minutes per week of Japanese culture.
This is delivered by a motivated Japanese teacher.
The school also has a music curriculum with Years 4–7 taught instru- mental music.
Year 7 students have a camp alternating between five days in Brisbane one year and North Keppel Environmental Education Centre in the other year.
As part of the National Curriculum, Monto State School focuses on the explicit teaching strategy. Great pride is taken in the anti-bullying program, this relates to the five keys to success which are; confidence, resi- lience, getting along, persistence and organisation.
There is active after school care available, with activities such as softball and athletics.
With an eye to your child’s future, there is a good relationship with Monto State High School, particularly with the drama students.
Monto State School really does provide a well-rounded learning experience for your child.
TUNED IN: (From left) Carlos Patrick, Chelsea Knight, Anna Phillips and Seb Smith enjoying Monto State School's music program.
(From back) Kaila Wilson, Rebekah Coleman and Zoe Beswick take advantage of Monto State School's modern facilities.
Monto State School students learn about feeding a garden.
Grace Ogle, Libby Fletcher and Ainsley Zieth get some help from librarian Karen Staines.