North Eton State School is a proud small school who is taking learners from today and turning them into the leaders of tomorrow.
Established in 1895, our school has a long and proud history of excellence within the Pioneer Valley. Opened to cater for the North Eton Mill workers children and later, children of the Kinchant Dam workers, the school has seen enrolments of over 100.
Eleven years after the school was opened a school inspector reported, “The children attending this school are decidedly happy, earnest and hopeful. Bright smiling faces show loving goodwill for and confidence in their teacher. Tasks are performed promptly, quietly and accurately and neatly. The general condition of the school is progressive and very satisfactory”, 107 years later, the staff continue to take pride in knowing that this is still the case.
Our school day commences at 8:30 am and concludes at 2:30 pm.
Throughout the week, students are involved in numerous teaching and learning experiences spread across the eight Key Learning Areas; English, mathematics, science, history, the arts, health and physical education (HPE), technology and geography.
Religious education is offered to students for 30 minutes on a Thursday.
|Teaching Principal||Mrs Geraldine Parkes|
|Administration officer||Mrs Karen Bowyer|
|Guidance officer||Ms Jodie Ballard|
|Speech language therapist||Ms Rachel Stewart|
|Cleaner||Mrs Bernadine Agius|
|Teacher: HPE and P-2 teacher (Tues and Fri)||Mrs Amanda Murphy|
|Teacher (Music)||Mrs Katie Moran|
|Teacher Aide||Mrs Lee-Anne Fisher|
Mrs Vanessa Sullivan