Mooloolaba State School is a quality school. Students are active, self-directed learners engaged in planned experiences that foster the development of imagination, creativity and higher order thinking. With the guidance of an experienced and professional staff, our vision is for all students to develop their ability to self-manage their behaviour and their learning.
The school utilises the local area, as well as creating partnerships with its community, to ensure the curriculum is connected and learning is relevant to their lives. Sustainable environmental practices are embedded in the curriculum across the year levels. Student learning is showcased to the community through a variety of mediums and contexts. Collaborative partnerships with our parent body is actively encouraged and forms an integral part of our daily practice.
A curriculum responsive to the needs of our students and families allows teachers to focus on effective pedagogical practices. The effective and innovative use of contemporary technologies supports our students as 21st Century learners. Teachers actively and continually seek to engage in best practice underpinned by evidence based research and supported by the school’s investment in professional learning.
Meaningful curriculum experiences that showcase learning
A culture of high expectations across the school. The school is driven by a belief that every student can learn and achieve.
The effective use of technology including digital technologies and ICTs
Clear, effective and inclusive communication across the school and our community
Professional Teamwork – collegial support, mentoring and coaching practices.