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Rules and policies

Cloyna State School is committed to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for students and staff, where students have the opportunity to engage in quality lifelong learning experiences and acquire values supportive of their future wellbeing.

At Cloyna State School we believe…

Everyone has the right to…

  • feel safe, cared for and respected

  • learn and play without interference

 Everyone is expected to…

  • be responsible for their own behaviour

  • respect the rights of others

  • have a go

Our school rules are as follows:

  1. Be a Responsible Learner

  2. Be Respectful

  3. Be Safe

Our school rules are aligned with the values, principles and expected standards outlined in Department of Education and Training Code of School Behaviour.

Religious Instruction

Religious instruction at Cloyna State Schools is delivered by the Barambah Ministers Association and  is non- denominational Students in Years 1 – 6 attend religious instruction according to information given by a parent or carer on enrolment. Religious instruction in our school reflects the school community.

Classes are taught by approved instructors from various faith groups using a curriculum authorised by the Barambah Ministers Association.

Parents can withdraw their children from religious instruction by informing the school in writing. The school provides an alternative program for students who do not attend religious instruction.

Please go to our Support and Resources page and read our policy document Religious Instruction (DOC, 802 KB)