Our school

Mungindi Central School is an inclusive, co-educational and comprehensive Central School setting providing outstanding educational opportunities for students from Preschool to Year 12 focussed on developing a culture of pride in personal achievement and high expectations.

Our school prides itself in producing well-rounded members of the community through its academic, vocational, creative and performing arts, sport and student leadership opportunities, and seamless transition programs, whilst meeting the needs of each and every individual. The school has a dedicated, experienced staff, an extremely supportive school community, including an active Parents and Citizens' Association and Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (AECG).

We value and promote life-long learning by providing the opportunity for community courses to be hosted by Mungindi Central School for early school leavers and community members interested in gaining TAFE accreditation. The school works continuously to encourage parents to be active participants in school activities and to have valued input into their child’s education.

Features include;
• A Preschool program that provides for individualised, play-based learning and the successful transition of students into Kindergarten.
• A Primary department that is strongly focuses on individualised learning programs to ensure students attain their personal best. School Learning Support Officers assist students in the classrooms to ensure every child is supported in developing independent learning skills.
• A secondary department focussed on offering a curriculum pattern designed to prepare students for further education or vocational opportunities. Mungindi Central School is the centre for the Northern Border Senior Access (NBSA) program, and shares students, teachers and subjects with Collarenebri, Goodooga, and Boggabilla Central Schools. Students have a wide range of courses available in Stages 5 and 6 through strong links with TAFE and regular video conferencing with other schools throughout the region and state. The school encourages enrolment of mature age students with a strong focus on delivering courses addressing the needs of the 15-17 year old cohort. Our school has provided a variety of pathway courses, short courses and high interest content courses within a flexible hours timetable to engage students.

Mungindi Central School is a Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) School and our community identified core values are ‘Respectful’, ‘Responsible’, ‘Learners’. These values are reflected in the wearing of uniform, high behavioural and learning expectations, resilience and effective interpersonal relationships.

The Mungindi Central School community believes that this approach to education best caters to the academic, social and emotional wellbeing of all our students and, enables students to form positive relationships with their peers, teaching staff and wider community.