Ubobo State School in the Central Queensland region offers a co-educational program from Preparatory grade to Year 7. It opened on the 23 March 1927 with Miss HM Gough as Head Teacher.
Heavy rains in 1928 forced the school community to request that the school be moved from its swampy setting. The new school was built on higher ground and opened in 1932 and still operates in that building today.
Pride is taken in caring for each child as an individual while offering an intellectually challenging and inclusive curriculum that reflects the rural context of the school. Our aim is to achieve quality-learning outcomes for each of the students no matter what their ability. Our hope is that each will prove the school motto, ‘Trying is Doing’ by becoming active citizens and lifelong learners.
Students that attend our school come from a number of locations. Historically, the majority of our students travel to school from rural properties although this trend is slowly shifting as the Boyne Valley is becoming more accessible for new families. A small number of students travel from neighbouring communities to attend Ubobo State School.
Our school hours are 9 am to 3 pm.