Mogo Public School

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Telephone02 4474 4815

About our school

The schools location on the Princes Highway ten kilometres south of Batemans Bay and six kilometres from Broulee, places it uniquely in the area as a small school.

Although located on a busy highway at the southern end of the township, the school has extensive grounds along Mogo Creek.

There are 58 students, with the school community extending from Tomakin, Mossy Point, Broulee to Mogo. There are two main buildings, one permanent classroom block housing the library and a primary class and the administration block, in addition to two demountables classrooms.

The School Council includes a representative from the P & C, staff, local community, local Aboriginal community and the Student Representative Council.

The school's strong Aboriginal Education program includes mandatory cultural units for each class and special focus days throughout the year.

The school is a part of the Country Area Program and Priority Schools Funding program (DSP) for 2001.