Staff of Mount Mee State School believe that a great education, comes not only from the curriculum offerings of the Australian Curriculum, but the inclusion of a diverse range of extra-curricular activities that can enhance the learning opportunities of our students. Through our Elective Program, students from year 3 to year 6 have the opportunity to apply the learning in their classrooms to a range of extra activities held each week. These activities include media studies, environmental studies, information and communication technologies, visual arts, mechanics and technology.
In 2010 Mount Mee State School established an interschool debating competition with Woodford P-10 and Delaneys Creek State Schools. Students compete in three different debating formats over the year to showcase their skills.
Due our school's environmental significance at the top of the Stanley River Catchment, it is important that our school is proactive in our approach to environmental education. Our leading group of students, known as the Enviro Freaks, model and educate other students on best practice.
Environmental Education Flier (PDF, 604 KB)
Active After School Communities (AASC)
Sporting Schools is a $280 million Australian Government initiative designed to help schools to increase children's participation in sport, and to connect them with community sporting opportunities. Sporting Schools programs are provided free to children and their families to help students build the confidence and capability to be active for life. To help achieve this, Sport Australia has partnered with more than 35 national sporting organisations (NSOs).Our school is a proud participant of the Sporting Schools Community. This program provides students of our school a sport program each term for one or two afternoons each week. This program runs from 3:00pm to 4:00pm. For more information regarding the Sporting Schools program please visit the Sporting Schools Website https://www.sportaus.gov.au/schools