Learning in the Prep Year at Undurba State School

At Undurba State School, we engage 21st century learners by purposefully creating supportive environments that provide opportunities for learning and play that will facilitate your child's cognitive, social, emotional and physical development.

Undurba is a Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) school.  We build and support academic and social success for all students through teaching student expected social behaviours.  Our PBL mascot, Durby, is a visible presence around the school encouraging students to follow the four school expectations of Caring for Learning, Caring for Others, Caring for Myself and Caring for my School.  Students following school expectations get to spend time with Durby, receive special 'Paw' awards and participate in Durby celebration activities.

What will my child learn in the Prep Year?

The learning experience in the Prep Year will assist your child to:

*     take on responsibilities and become increasingly independent
*     respect other people and value culture and diversity
*     cooperate with others
*     make sensible choices about their health and safety
*     develop their physical skills, oral language, and reading & writing skills
*     develop skills to be confident, resilient, cooperative and persistent learners
*     use their imagination and creativity
*     learning about their environment
*     learn new skills in the Australian Curriculum areas of English, Maths, Science,
      Humanities and Social Sciences, the Arts, and Health and Physical Education.

Undurba School Community

When you enrol your child at Undurba State School, your family will become part of our school's community.

*     We see you as partners and will encourage your involvement
*     We see all children as successful learners.
*     We will value your child's strengths, motivations and interests.
*     We will value your child's prior-to-school experiences.
*     We will invite your family to participate in school activities.
*     We will communicate with you regularly.
*     We will be ready for your family.

We look forward to welcoming you and your child to the Undurba State School community.

Eligibility for 2021 Prep Enrolment

Prep enrolments for 2021 are now open.  Please visit our School Office to collect an enrolment pack.

Eligible students will be born between 1 July 2015 and 30 June 2016.  Children will need to be five by 30 June in the year they enrol in Prep.  It is anticipated that early entry to Prep will only be allowed for children on transfer across Australia and internationally who have been enrolled in a similar pre-Year program.  To determine if your child is eligible to enrol in Prep, please check the Queensland Government's Preparing for Prep website

Our school and principal consider that taking significant time talking to you and your child and walking through our school grounds is vital to making the right choice for your family.  It is our goal to make every new student to our school feel calm and eager to learn in their new environment and offer a learning program which is suitable to their needs and interests.  All enrolment enquiries can be directed through the School Office on (07) 3480 9111.

Key Dates for Prep 2021

Open Days

Tours of our School have been postponed and parents will be advised of new days shortly.

Interviews for Parents & Children

All students enrolling at Undurba State School must attend an enrolment interview.  Booking process will be advised.

Tuesday to Thursday, July 21-23
Tuesday to Thursday, July 28-30
Tuesday to Thursday, August 4-6

Parent Expos

Meet our Prep teachers and get some great tips and school information at one of our Prep Parent Expos.

Thursday September 3, 9.00am – 10.00am
Wednesday September 9, 6.00pm – 7.00pm

Ready-Set Prep Student Classroom Visits

All future Prep students are invited to join our Prep teachers in their classrooms. 
(Book your child in for 2 sessions, one week apart).

Wednesday and Thursday November 18 & 19, 9.30am – 10.30am
Wednesday and Thursday November 25 & 26, 9.30am – 10.30am

Last reviewed 01 June 2020
Last updated 01 June 2020