Moggill State School is a Band 9 primary school. Established in 1866, Moggill State School has served an area that has seen growth from timber, farming, quarrying and mining to a thriving semi-rural and suburban residential area supporting a middle to upper socio-economic population. Moggill State School is located in the western suburbs of Brisbane and is part of the Metropolitan Region of Education Queensland.
Fostering quality learning.
'Every student, every day - learning and achieving'
Moggill State School believe we can foster quality learning when:
Learners are given positive feedback for efforts and achievements.
Teachers support students to become independent learners.
The school is interested in children as individuals.
Parents/caregivers help their children develop self-esteem.
Education Queensland Statement of Purpose.
'Achieving the best education outcomes for every student in our school.'
Moggill State School students follow the four school rules that focus on safety, responsibility, respect and being in the right place at the right time. Student attendance rates are excellent. The school community values and contributes to the education of their children and ensures support in all aspects of school life.
The school is traditionally successful in many areas of the school curriculum, being academically, sporting and the arts. We have an experienced, hard-working and dedicated school staff who go the extra mile to ensure student achievement is our priority.