Hilder Road State School is a co-educational state primary school with a current enrolment of just under 500 students. The school is of modern design set on 6.4 hectares and regularly accessed by local sporting groups. Our school community consists of highly supportive families who value education.
Quality teaching, high expectations and a commitment to continuous improvement provide the impetus for maximising student achievement. As a result, our students regularly perform above national/state benchmarks.
The school is managed via a well-defined decision making structure involving staff, parents, students and the wider community. Hilder Road State School strives to ensure that our curriculum recognises, respects and responds to the individual needs of children and aims to prepare students to become confident, capable citizens for the 21st Century.
Positive home/school relationships, staff expertise, quality resources and a supportive learning environment provide the foundations for this to occur. Children in Years 4 to 6 participate in Friday afternoon sport/cultural activities.
Instrumental music is offered in Strings, Woodwind, Brass and Percussion. Student participation in choirs from Prep to Year 6 is exceptional. Musical ensembles from the school regularly achieve outstanding results in performances and competitions.
The school plays an important role in the community by being a hub for sporting associations. Cricket and netball clubs are located at the school, with drama, tae kwon do, tennis and chess being offered before or after school. Over its 39 years the school community has developed a sense of pride from the academic, sporting, musical and cultural achievements of our students.