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Kulpi State School

Kulpi State School welcomes students from Prep through to Year Six. We have a proud history extending back over one hundred years, and look to serve our local community well into the future.

Kulpi State School has a strong belief in the ability of each child to learn and succeed, and is supported by enthusiastic staff and committed parents and family members.

At Kulpi State School we have
 
· A playgroup which offers children from birth through to pre-school age a safe and exciting place to learn
 
· A transition into school program for young children as they leave their educational settings to become Preps at Kulpi
 
· Small group sizes where each child can participate and flourish in a safe and supportive environment
 
· Strong management of behaviour which is supported by our P and C group, and reported to parents weekly
 
· A Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden program involving all students in growing, harvesting and cooking food from our own plots
 
· Full school involvement in learning Japanese
 
· A rigorous academic program which aligns with the Australian Curriculum 
 
· A policy of listening to parents and inviting them into this partnership of learning for their children.
Please feel welcome to visit our school and ask questions about how we can best meet the needs of your child.
 
Rosita Lever
 
Principal 
 

 Publications

 

Annual report

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Newsletter

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 News

 
  • Ohayo - The Hello Song

    Ohayo - The Hello Song

    03 May 2018

    Kulpi students singing The Hello Song in Japanese.

  • Introduction to Japanese

    Introduction to Japanese

    09 Feb 2018

    In 2018 all students from Prep through to Year Six will participate in learning Japanese at Kulpi...

  • New Prep Students

    New Prep Students

    29 Jan 2018

    We would like to welcome our four new Prep students, Danika, Reggie, Megan and Michael.

  • Focus on improvement - 2018

    Focus on improvement - 2018

    22 Jan 2018

    Our focus for improvement in 2018 is improving children’s ability to read fluently. This involves...