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Welcome to Mudgeeraba Creek State School

Our school is a co-educational state school that caters for students from the Preparatory year to Year 6. There are currently 710 enrolments arranged in age grade classes. There are 26 classes of which two are multi-age to accommodate student enrolment.

Our school values of 'Friendship, Achievement and Respect' provide the fundamental expectations for all members of our school community. These values are the basis of the Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) program in the school. Students are encouraged to apply these values to all aspects of their lives and the school is committed to nurturing these values.

Mudgeeraba Creek State School has a proud tradition of providing learning programs that cater for the individual learning needs of all children. Experienced staff who deliver differentiated programs that provide relevant support for all students is integral to the success of the school. We strongly encourage open and transparent communication between home and school to further enhance our understanding of each student’s individual needs.

Mudgeeraba Creek State School has an active parent community. Staff are supported by the parent body and together the staff and parents work tirelessly to ensure our school is held in high regard in the community.

 

 News

 
  • Every day counts

    Every day counts

    26 Sep 2017

    Parents are reminded of the importance of sending children to school every day.

  • QSchools app

    QSchools app

    26 Sep 2017

    Download the QSchools app to receive the latest news, events and newsletters from our school.

  • School watch

    School watch

    26 Sep 2017

    Help keep our school safe.

  • Amazing Book Week

    Amazing Book Week

    21 Aug 2017

    The whole school dresses up for book week even our Principal Mrs von Guilleaume.

  • Gold Coast Eisteddfod 2017

    Gold Coast Eisteddfod 2017

    21 Aug 2017

    This year our music groups have performed very well at the Gold Coast Eisteddfod.

 

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