Small school a happy learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment

Central and North Burnett Times - - KINDY MATTERS -

MULGILDIE State School of­fers your child the ben­e­fits of a small school ed­u­ca­tion.

It is a com­mu­nity-ori­ented learn­ing space for your child.

With a to­tal en­rol­ment of 34 stu­dents the small class sizes means close stu­dent/teacher re­la­tion­ships and all learn­ing styles can be ac­com­mo­dated in­clud­ing spe­cial needs.

We have LOTE with Ja­panese taught across the whole school with the fo­cus on cul­tural learn­ing from Prep to Year 4.

In English lit­er­acy, chil­dren are set into groups where they work out where they need to im­prove.

The ac­tive P&C is re­flected in school camps be­ing pro­vided at min­i­mal cost to par­ents.

Mulgildie’s small size is con­ducive to team spirit and har­mony, so bul­ly­ing is hardly an is­sue. The mo­ment any ag­gres­sive be­hav­iour sur­faces it is quickly dealt with. This en­hances the ed­u­ca­tion ex­pe­ri­ence as min­i­mal be­hav­iour man­age­ment means more time is spent learn­ing.

For a friendly and per­son­alised learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment, con­sider Mulgildie State School as the place for your child.

PHOTO: GE­ORGE SMITH

HAPPY LEARN­ERS: Jake Loudon, Claire Gal­loway, Ri­ley Miller and Lo­gan Goody take ad­van­tage of Mulgildie State School's close knit learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment.

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