Mungindi Central School is an isolated P-12 rural school located on the NSW / Queensland border.
The school suffered years of economic hardship, drought, declining enrolments and community dissatisfaction with the school. The principal recognised the need for re-visioning the school and creating a positive future for the school, its students and community.
This case study describes how the community became actively involved in the working of the school.
It shows how a particularly challenging year 2/3/4 class transformed from a disengaged, rebellious and disruptive collection of individuals to an engaged, supportive and intrinsically motivated team of learners.
The case study also highlights how the school supports all students to maximise their participation and learning.
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