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Bald Hills State School

Welcome to Bald Hills State School.  Since 1866, Bald Hills State School has been providing quality education to primary school students in North Brisbane.  Our school has a rich heritage and an exciting future.  Our students have a positive attitude to learning and parents who support and reinforce school learning.​​​​

Bald Hills State School has professional staff, who work actively toward the school vision of being a community that prepares children for a rapidly changing world by equipping them with critical and creative thinking skills and respect for the diversity and wonder of that world. Staff at Bald Hills State School work with the community to develop honest, resilient and compassionate contributors to society and it’s future.
Ø  All staff believe that every child can learn and will be provided the opportunity to achieve higher academic results
Ø  Staff create learning environments that are safe, positive, encouraging and respectful
Ø  Effective curriculum delivery is underpinned by evidence-based teaching strategies, supported by research and a model of explicit instruction
Ø  Practices within Bald Hills State School enhance the school learning culture by promoting the development of Life Long Learners who are confident, resilient and independent
Ø  Teachers, parents and students hold a shared responsibility for student learning
Our staff implement a challenging and engaging curriculum which is supported by research based learning (e.g. McRel – Classroom Instruction That Works).  Our programs, curriculum extension and student leadership all work together to support our students to reach the highest standards of academic success and personal achievement.
Although primary school is but one part of the whole education of any individual, it is very special in the sense that the stages of growth through which your child passes whilst at Bald Hills State School will occur only once in his or her lifetime. I know that you will wish to share with your child and your child’s teachers the thrill of accomplishment at each of these stages of development. You can do this by getting to know and by keeping in touch with your child’s teachers, and by showing your child you are involved in all that is happening at school.
Education is an enterprise between parent and school, and is best fostered by mutual communication.  We’re delighted to share our school community with you.
Glen Robertson