Aramac State School has been proudly servicing the community of Aramac since 1878. We provide quality education to children from Kindergarten to Year 10, implementing the Queensland Kindergarten Learning Guideline and Australian Curriculum across the school. Our classroom structures are multi-age with K/P, 1 / 2, 3 /4, 5 /6, 7 / 8 and 9 / 10 classes.
Our school has dedicated staff providing students with quality educational outcomes in accordance with the Department of Education’s curriculum, assessment and reporting framework. We believe that every student is unique and are continuously striving to improve our teacher practices to help all students reach their potential.
Aramac State School is proud to be a Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) school, where we focus on teaching, recognising and celebrating positive behaviour choices by all students. To be a learner at Aramac State School we are Safe, Respectful and Responsible.
Aramac State School is part of the Central West Sports Association and offers students the opportunity to participate in interschool sporting events and gain selection into representative teams. Our school runs Swimming, Cross Country, and Athletics carnivals for our inter-house competition where our house groups of Gidyea and Waratah compete to be the winning team. We also offer an Active After School program each term to provide students with afterschool sporting opportunities in town. The sport changes each term and students are invited to make suggestions on sports they would like to play.
Our school enjoys a strong working relationship with members of the local community, supporting - activities and experiences inside and outside the classroom. Aramac State School strives to provide our students with a range of interest-based opportunities and differentiated learning resulting in individual achievement and personal development. We encourage our students to be involved in the local community and believe that strong parent and community relationships are essential to student success.
While Aramac State School is a small, rural school, we don’t believe that distance should impact on student opportunities. We ensure we use our resources to provide students with every opportunity we can to help them develop into well rounded individuals.