Our school is a Prep - Year 6 campus catering for students in the Fassifern district. We live by our vision 'to provide the best possible educational outcomes to ensure a well rounded student and to support and engage our local community'.
Kalbar is an Independent Public School that strives to cater for the aspirations of its community, while also achieving high standards in academic and social development of each child.
We achieve this by working closely with parents, community, students and staff. We strive to create a school with a heart and soul, and care for each other and every person equally in our community.
All communications are carried out with respect, social protocols and manners of a high standard. We maintain a high standard in our school by providing excellence in teaching as well as our daily contact with all community members.
Kalbar State School is committed to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for students and staff, where students have opportunities to engage in quality learning experiences and acquire values supportive of their life-long wellbeing.
The Responsible Behaviour Plan for Students is designed to facilitate high standards of behaviour so that the learning and teaching in our school can be effective and students can participate positively within our school community.
Kalbar State School developed the Responsible Behaviour Plan in collaboration with our school community. Our values are: Responsible, Respect and Recognition.
Our school rules are:
Responsible behaviour for students plan (PDF, 5.8MB)
Koala Joeys is a specifically created program for young children and their parents/carers. The program focuses on using nursery rhymes, songs, dance, movement and stories to engage young children.
Koala Joeys is a program designed for young children up to the age they enter school. It is a fun and interactive program that provides opportunities for oral language experiences, social interactions and extension of vocabulary. Koala Joeys enables children opportunities to:
develop language, literacy and numeracy skills, develop language, literacy and numeracy skills
develop good listening skills
develop social skills appropriate for school
have fun and interact with other children and adults
develop a community of friends.
The Koala Joeys oral language program runs every Tuesday from 9:00am - 10:00am in the library and is followed by a playgroup from 10:00am - 11:00am where children participate in art and craft activities, read stories, play with blocks and toys and enjoy outdoor play.
All children aged from birth - 4 years old are very welcome to attend. Parents are required to remain at school with their child.