Ipswich Adventist School is a co-educational multicultural school which caters for students from Kindy to Grade 6. It is administered by the School Council under the Board of Directors of ‘Seventh-Day Adventist Schools (South Queensland). It is a growing independent primary school at Brassall, which aims to establish a secondary campus in the near future. The school has approximately 105 pupils and is located on several hectares of ground. The school has large modern well-equipped air-conditioned classrooms. A shaded lunch eating area is provided and the school has large play areas, including a separate play area for Kindys. Ipswich Adventist School provides a caring environment for children to learn. The school welcomes children from all Christian denominations and the community to learn basic Christian values and develop respect for each other and our individual differences. The staff team is caring, dedicated and motivated. Small class sizes ensure that each child has the best opportunity to succeed. ESL and remedial support provides the opportunity for all children to progress. Good behaviour is encouraged and rewarded with the focus on positive discipline creating a good tone throughout the school. The caring and supportive learning environment and focus on academic excellence makes Ipswich Adventist School the right choice for your child. Students at Ipswich Adventist School are encouraged to achieve academically and we provide special needs and ESL assistance to students as required. With our smaller sized school we are able to place emphasis on developing caring and respectful relationships between teaching staff, students and families in our school community. If you are looking for a school which teaches respect and tolerance for others and does not accept bullying in any form; a school where children are taught Christian values and where the staff get to know each child and cater for their individual needs and differences, Ipswich Adventist School could be for you.
Guitar and Ukulele tuition, music, school choir, Accelerated Reading Program; interschool sporting competitions.