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Welcome to Innisfail State School

"Innisfail State School acknowledges the traditional custodians the Mamu people of the country in which this school is located and pays respect to their elders past and present."

Innisfail State School has a long history and tradition in the Innisfail area. The school was first opened on July 1, 1887 as Geraldton State School in King George Park. The school was renamed Innisfail State School in 1913.
The school offers an education based on character building and character education that are seen as essential components in the school’s curriculum. Our code of behaviour is expected to be lived out in the daily life of the school.
Education at Innisfail State School encompasses a wide curriculum, with a special emphasis on the differing needs of students. There is an active Parents and Citizens Association and Student Council.
The foundation for Innisfail State School activity is the school’s philosophy statement in conjunction with the school’s motto:

Working towards greater things.

Our school is part of the Innisfail Cane Cutter Cluster of schools.

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