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Principal’s welcome

Nundah State School is a great school, with a culture of care and excellence for students prep to year 6. Someone or something delights me everyday. Our students value learning, and our staff care for and challenge them to achieve excellence, to become resilient learners, and to show their kindness. Located on the hill nearby Nundah Village, we have a central place in our open and giving community. Nundah has achieved much in its proud history as one of the oldest primary schools in Queensland, founded in 1865.

Recent points of pride include: 

  • Clear Nundah expectations: how we teach the students the personal and social skills to grow as "the best me they can be".
  • Focussed commitment to teaching and learning: coaching and mentoring in the implementation of evidenced based models including Reading to Learn, and The Art and Science of Teaching.
  • Extensive investment in eLearning: through infrastructure (wifi), mentoring, and learning devices (interactive whiteboards and portable devices, tablets, laptops).
  • Strong leadership: a skilled leadership team and teachers, supporting staff to implement the Australian curriculum standards, with both high expectations and scaffolding for success.
  • Exciting renewal of facilities: transform areas into contemporary learning spaces for students and staff, and both stimulating and relaxing outdoor environments.
  • Varied opportunities for parent involvement: from helping in the classroom or tuckshop, assisting at events, or contributing to one of our many P&C association sub-groups who are actively shaping Nundah State School.

The best way to really get to know a school is to visit for a tour, so you get the feeling your children will as you walk around and see learning in action. We conduct tours of our school each Thursday morning at 10.00 am. Please contact the office to book in for a tour or to arrange a meeting at another time.

I hope you enjoy becoming part of Nundah’s history as much as we enjoy the children and our school. 


Ms Deb Cox,