Belmont State School, located in the south eastern Brisbane suburb of Carindale, Queensland provides quality education for boys and girls in the primary school years (from Prep to Year 6). Belmont State School was first opened in 1876, and in 2013 was selected as one of the first schools in Queensland to become an Independent Public School. This has allowed our school to explore initiatives and innovations that will further improve outcomes for our students. Belmont State School has a proud history and tradition, but also has a “future” focus with students and their learning at the centre.
Belmont State School strives to ensure all students are provided with the opportunity to learn, succeed, achieve and improve. Academic success and achievement are coupled with a wide range of arts, cultural and sporting opportunities. Learning activities are purposeful, cumulative, challenging and fun. Enthusiastic students, a professional staff and a school community strongly supportive of student achievement embrace these experiences and programs.
With high expectations, our aim at Belmont State School is clear and simple – to provide the best quality education and to ensure that every student is given every opportunity to be and do the best they can – during their time at Belmont State School and beyond. As a learning community, we all continue to “strive to excel”.