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School grounds and classrooms

Narangba State School, situated in the North Coast Region of Education Queensland, is a school of approximately 670 students. Our school serves the local Narangba community. We are not a large school and our position on the fringe of a rapidly growing residential area has allowed us to focus on the individual nature and learning of each student.

The school was established in 1910 and has grown in partnership with the local community. This was highlighted by centenary celebrations in 2010.

In addition to the four permanent teaching blocks, four modular buildings, a student support centre, an administration building and two amenities blocks.  A resource centre and a multi-purpose hall were constructed in 2010 courtesy of the Federal Government’s Building the Education Revolution Fund.

Recreational facilities include three large adventure playgrounds, two all-weather play areas, environmental areas, two ovals, cricket nets and a newly resurfaced multi-purpose court.

Jabiru, a not-for-profit organisation, operates a well-supported outside school hours care facility on the school grounds.

Children travel to school by private transport, on foot, by bicycles, buses and some by rail.