Yugumbir State School by Stevie O'Chin
Development - Learning - Teaching - Growth - Mentoring
The blue ring that surrounds each symbol inspires determination and ambition to achieve great things, a sense of purpose in striving for goals. The footprints that surround each symbol represent the journey of all the children.
The Yugumbir State School community welcomes you to our school.
The name 'Yugumbir' (You-gum-beer) is an aboriginal word for the name of a district lingual division or tribe that had its territory as the basins of the Logan and Albert Rivers. The school opened in January 1986 with an enrolment of 166 in Years 1 to 7. We now have an enrolment of 1000 students from Prep to Year 6.
We are very proud of our school and strive to create a challenging learning environment that recognises individual differences and learning styles. Our school also promotes a safe, caring and supportive environment that ultimately seeks to help students become life-long learners.
In this section you can learn about our school mission and why Yugumbir provides a solid beginning to your child's life-long learning. You can also find information on daily routines, expectations, behaviour policies and contact details.