Everyone associated with Eimeo Road State School is constantly striving to achieve an academically focused, caring, supportive and resource rich educational environment that will enable students to achieve to their maximum potential.
There are a number of student support services provided, in addition to the daily support provided by teacher aides, class teachers, learning support teachers and the special needs teacher.
Social Justice Committee
The Social Justice Committee is managed by the Principal and a Deputy, Guidance Officer, Special Education Teacher and Learning Support Teachers. The purpose of the team is to consider personal, behavioural and academic needs of students with particular individual needs.
Eimeo Road State School is a Schoolwide Positive Behaviour Support (SWPBS) school. This balanced and comprehensive program is well accepted and supported by parents. The focus is on acknowledging and rewarding the excellent behaviour of students at Eimeo Road State School. Please refer to the Responsible behaviour plan for more details.
Our Student Council meets regularly to discuss the needs of students, and is very active in the school. They are responsible for organising some fundraising and special events so that they can support school initiatives and a number of charities. Student representatives from each class from Year 3 to 6 attend Student Council.
Our school is served by a School Chaplain for the equivalent of a day each week. The Chaplain supports a diverse range of students across the school, assisting with both class and school based programs. The Chaplain does not provide Religious Instruction. Parent permission is sought before students are supported by the Chaplain, particularly if students have expressed an interest in participating in faith based programs as an extra-curricular option.
Eimeo Road SS offers a 30 minute non-denominational Religious Instruction lesson to all students in Years 1 to 6 where available. Accredited volunteers from our local religious communities visit each week. Children remain in their classroom with his/her usual class group. Parents/Carers who do not want their children to participate in the religious instruction program should fill in the withdrawal from Religious Instruction section of the enrolment form and Religious Instruction permission form.
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