Eudlo State School is situated in the beautiful hinterland of the Sunshine Coast, nestled between Mooloolah, Palmwoods, and Chevallum areas.
Our small school environment brings about interaction and encourages cooperation between individuals and groups of varying interests and backgrounds. Our older students are involved in the activities of the younger ones and both girls and boys of different grades play together as a natural extension of a family.
As members of this enlarged family, we need you to be closely involved in our school. For interested parents there are many avenues for active involvement. You can help in the classroom, attend our weekly school parade or join in the many and varied activities of the P&C Association, including tuckshop and social occasions.
Our school follows the Australian Curriculum with all teachers teaching all key learning areas to students from Prep to Year 6. Students in Year 6 fulfil leadership roles and the school hosts a badge presentation ceremony each year in February to present badges to students.
The school has a strong direction that is underpinned by three core goals:
To identify, address and monitor the learning needs of each and every child.
To aspire to excellence in all we do.
To engage parents meaningfully in the school lives of their children.
Our school follows the School Wide Positive Behaviour Programme (SWPBS).
And the greatest thing about Eudlo State School: we are not enrolment managed, so you can live outside our immediate area and still enrol at our school.