Kenilworth State Community College, Kenilworth

Name: Kenilworth State Community College
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: 3717 Maleny-Kenilworth Road
Town: Kenilworth
Postcode: 4574
State: Queensland
Region Sunshine Coast
Phone: (07) 5446 0285
Fax: (07) 5446 0311
Pupils: 144

Kenilworth State Community College embraces the Early (P-3), Middle (Years 4-9)  and Senior (Year 10-12) Phases of Learning, and uses the Dimensions of Learning as a teaching framework across the school site.   We focus on the development of students' fullest potential across all Key Learning Areas recognizing effort and achievement and celebrating success. Educational Enrichment programs are offered to extend student learning.

Preschool will be offered for the last time in 2006. During 2006 we will be preparing for the introduction of the Preparatory Year to begin in 2007.  We will offer further information to the community regarding programs and enrolment.

At Kenilworth, Middle Phase students enjoy a broad range of subject offerings/programs to assist with the transition between Primary and Secondary school curriculum.

We are a Registered Training Organization and have developed important links with the local community and businesses which provides opportunities for alternative pathways for our Senior students.

Our association with Central Queensland University provides professional development between trainee teachers, interns and practicing teachers and keeps us in contact with current educational research.

At Kenilworth State Community College we are committed to putting the interests of your child first in our everyday operations.  We encourage you to become involved in the development of our school community and especially welcome your comments.


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