Chillingham Public School is a small rural school, which remains a central part of the local community. It is located in the picturesque Numinbah Valley just 16 kilometres from Murwillumbah and 10 kilometres from the Queensland border.
Our aim at Chillingham Public School is to empower our students with the knowledge, skills and confidence required to produce individuals who can be happy, literate, life long learners who make a positive contribution to society.
We see the total teaching unit as the home and school working together and closely integrated for the physical, academic and social growth of the child.
School Information at a glance:
Chillingham Kindergarten Information Booklet (Click) or School Information Booklet (Click)
School times: 9.30am to 3.30pm
Bus times for Boat Harbour:
Morning pick-up: 8.45 am
Afternoon drop off: 3.30 pm
Bus times for Todd's Road:
Morning pick-up: 8.50 am
Afternoon drop off: 3.45 pm
Banking: School banking is available every Monday.
Canteen: Available every Friday
School Newsletter: Look for it on Thursdays!
Sun Safe Playground: In accordance with the Cancer Council recommendations, students wear a broad brimmed hat when outside.
A "NO HAT- NO PLAY" policy is in effect.
Home Reading: All students are encouraged to read on a daily basis with a wide range of books available for students to borrow.
Library: Library lessons occur on Tuesdays (K-2) and Wednesdays (Yrs 3-6) when students are asked to bring a durable bag in which to transport books to and from home.
Reporting progress: Parents are welcome to make an appointment to discuss their children's progress at any time. Progress reports are sent home at the end of each semester.
P & C Association: The P & C Association welcomes all families to our school and invites you to support your children's education by participating in the school's decision-making process via our monthly metings. Meetings are held on the 1st Thursday of each month at 1:30 p.m.
Uniforms: All students wear their uniform with pride. Uniforms are available from the school office. Each student's first uniform is supplied free.
School Counsellor: Any student, identified by either their teacher or parents, as experiencing difficulties with their education is referred to the Counsellor for support.
Support Teacher Learning: The role of this teacher is to provide Individual Learning Programs for any student, identified by the teachers or Counsellor, who needs additional support to enhance their progress.
Sick Children? Click here (page 28) to find the current information on common illness affecting your child's attendance at school.