Our School


Statement of purpose

The overarching purpose of Beaudesert State School is to prepare our students to be…

  • active and reflective citizens of Australia;

  • capable and keen to participate in and shape community, economic and political


  • able to confidently engage with other cultures; and

  • with a disposition to lifelong learning.

We aim to achieve this purpose within a safe, caring and supportive learning environment in which students maximise their potential through…

  • excellence in teaching and learning (productive pedagogy);

  • a relevant and valued curriculum;

  • fair and equitable practices;

  • sensitivity to cultural diversity;

  • innovative, responsive and accountable management and productive partnerships with parents and the wider community.

We are committed to:

  • Students - Is what I am doing promoting the best interests of students?

  • Quality - Is this the very best I can do?

  • Accountability - Am I prepared to accept personal accountability for this?

The actions and decisions of all Beaudesert State School employees are based on the above checklist.


At Beaudesert State School we believe it is the right of every student to achieve his/her full potential.

The School Program is designed to provide a quality education meeting the needs, interests and abilities of individual students emphasising the development of appropriate and relevant knowledge, processes, skills and attitudes in the following subject areas:

  • English, Mathematics, Science, Studies of Society and the Environment (formerly Social Studies) Health, Physical Education and Human Relationships, Japanese (Yr 4,5 and 6 only) Art, Music and Learning Technology.

  • Teachers provide a challenging learning environment which embraces Productive Pedagogy and:

  • encourages independent learning

  • allows risk taking and has warmth, co-operation, acceptance, flexibility and open-endedness as its characteristics.

  • provides all students with the opportunity to develop creative and critical thinking skills by being involved in real-life problem finding and solving using higher order thinking and metacognition, as well as implementing a curriculum that accommodates different learning modes across a range of abilities and interests.

  • encompasses the Multiple Intelligences framework to cater for auditory, visual and kinaesthetic learners, recognising students individual strengths and weaknesses.

  • also considers the social and emotional development of the child not just the academic, in the planning and provision of learning experiences.

  • upholds the principles of equity and inclusivity.

To prepare our students for the age of technology, all students have access to the Internet. The school is committed to increasing the number of computers for students and providing appropriate software to meet the challenge of the future.

Students are also encouraged to take part in the following extra curricular activities…

  • Musical ensembles and Choirs

  • Musical Evenings

  • Musical visits to Wongaburra and Star Gardens.

  • NAIDOC Week

  • School Camps

  • Intra and Inter School Sports

  • Excursions and Incursions

  • ANZAC Day March and Celebration

  • Beaudesert Show Ag-Ed

  • Beaudesert Show Exhibits

  • Various community competitions​​​

Last reviewed 03 May 2022
Last updated 03 May 2022