Why your child should go to this Gladstone region school
UBOBO State School is a small, rural school in the heart of the Boyne Valley, offering a challenging and supportive environment for students to aspire to individual potentials.
Established in 1927 Ubobo State School has impressive facilities.
The school ground has a full-size athletic track, purpose-built long jump pits, two full-size, floodlit tennis courts, one of which is multi-functional and covered for summer use, and two covered playgrounds.
Learning spaces can comfortably accommodate up to 60 students.
The newly renovated school building offers a double teaching space with touch projectors, a wet area, administration offices and more.
The newest building, a multi-purpose resource centre, houses a library and an interactive teaching space.
It has been furnished to encourage learning with colourful and ergonomic furniture and has a wide range of musical equipment.
The school's community room has a fully fitted kitchen for a weekly tuckshop and the space is used as a classroom to run the school's Pre-Prep Transition Program on Wednesdays.
The P&C also uses this space for social functions.
A small school, Ubobo has dedicated staff - a second teacher, on-site guidance officer, and two teacher aides - who demonstrate a keen desire to see great outcomes for students.
Individualised learning has been the key to Ubobo's academic success and its programs support all students to achieve gains, especially in the areas of numeracy and literacy.
The students at Ubobo thoroughly enjoy coming to school: Ubobo State School's student attendance ranks as one of the highest in the greater Gladstone district.