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Our school

Marmor State School is a small, friendly, community school situated 40 kilometres south of Rockhampton off the Bruce highway between Rockhampton and Gladstone. Students attending Marmor State School come from a variety of socio-economic backgrounds and family structures. We are a band 5 school with 12 students in a multi-grade teaching classroom. We have at least one student in every year level from Prep to year 6. Staff includes a full time teaching principal, an additional class teacher, a music and Students with Disabilities teacher and two teacher aides. We also have a chaplain, BSM and grounds person one day per week and a cleaner every day.
We offer a midgets playgroup every Thursday morning for the younger children in our community. This program is facilitated by a qualified teacher aide in conjunction with the principal. Social Skills lessons are taught every week to help our students develop practical social behaviours. Our community garden is under construction and is facilitated by our school chaplain. When it is up and running community members will be able to come and take what they need and pay with seedlings or other donations.

School context

The school’s vision is to create opportunities for students to strive for excellence and achieve academic success. The school has high expectations for each child and encourages them to be responsible, resilient, life-long, independent learners. 


Marmor State School provides children with a caring, supportive environment to enhance lifelong learning. Our aim is to ensure every student receives the support needed to belong to the school community, engage purposefully in learning and experience academic success. 

Our vision

Our vision is to create a range of opportunities for students to strive for excellence and achieve academic success.

Core values

  • Strive for excellence.
  • Be safe
  • Be responsible
  • Be respectful


A child’s education is a collaborative partnership with the parent, student, school, teaching staff and the community. Positive partnerships foster positive results whether they are academic, social, physical or other.