In celebrating 140 years of exceptional learning and community leadership, in 2014 Petrie State School is endeavouring to build on this foundation of positive realtionships through strong community engagement.
Our school is characterised through it's rich diversity and our passion to deliver quality education through a nurturing and inclusive environment.
With dedicated teaching teams and high performing senior leaders, your children are in the best environment to meet their individual potential.
We would like to invite you to explore our school community through this interactive website.
Join our community!
Please do not hesitate to make an appointment with the Principal, Linley Greenland.
School resumes 27 January 2015
NEWS FLASH !!!
TAKING PREP ENROLMENTS FOR 2015 FROM ALL AREAS
Due to vacancies, Prep enrolments are now being taken
from all surrounding areas and catchments.
Petrie is Ready for 2015....
In 2015 Petrie's school improvement agenda will be focused on improving reading across Prep to year 2, numeracy for all students and school community partnerships through our Petrie Partners.....let's go 2015....
GREAT RESULTS GUARANTEE 2014 REPORT December 2014.pdf
VOLUNTARY STUDENT RESOURCE SCHEME
NEW FOR PETRIE IN 2015!
In 2015 Petrie State School will be implementing the Student Resource Scheme (SRS) instead of Bookpacks. This scheme operates under the policy and guidelines of the Department Education, Training and Employment. The scheme, while supported and approved annually by the school’s Parents and Citizens Association (P&C), is managed by the school and operates in accordance with section 51 of the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006.
The scheme is voluntary and you are under no obligation to join. However, please be aware that books, materials and consumables required under this scheme are not funded by school grants. Therefore if you do not wish to join the scheme you are responsible for providing your child with the items that would otherwise have been listed on a Student Booklist.
The provision of this scheme ensures that well resourced learning by our students remains our key focus. The scheme is not a fundraiser for the school. Its purpose is to provide a cost effective alternative to purchasing textbooks, resources and consumables from elsewhere, at reduced prices gained from the school’s bulk purchasing processes. Fees are paid directly into your child’s classroom account to fund essential resources and materials used in his/her classroom.
If you have not received a form from your child, please contact the office.