Injune P-10 State School is a Prep to Year 10 campus. The primary section of the school was established in 1921 with Alfred Biggs as first Principal. The secondary wing was added in 1963 when Year 8 first moved to high school. In 2014 the first Year 7 class moved to secondary schooling.
The promotion of excellence in a supportive environment.
Respect, responsibility, resilience, relationships.
for everyone’s opportunity to learn
for ourselves and how we treat others
for school and community property/environment.
to engage in the teaching and learning that is available
to be on time and ready to work
to produce work you and the community would be proud to display.
to keep striving to continually improve
to bounce back from disappointments
to learn from our mistakes and strive for excellence.
Between community/industry and the school that are positive and mutually beneficial
Between staff and/or students that are courteous and cooperative
Between the school and parents where parents are partners with staff in their child’s learning.
With the mission statement and values in mind, our focus is on:
Quality teaching and learning – improving outcomes for students by explicit teaching of literacy and numeracy for all students and targeted teaching for students with learning difficulties.
Student family and community engagement - supporting genuine partnerships between the school, the P&C Association and the community through a consultative process involving the school and the parents in informed decision making.
A positive school enhancing student wellbeing - developing positive relationships between all members of the school community (staff, students and parents) enhances a positive school culture and wellbeing.