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​Homework classes

Homework classes are a school initiative provided for students to come and join a qualified teacher-aide for assistance with homework.  Students are given the opportunity to access computer resources during homework classes and are provided afternoon tea.  Classes are provided for both Primary and Secondary students.  

Parental permission must be given for students to attend homework classes.  The permission form must be returned to the office before commencing homework classes.

Homework classes are provided twice a week:

  • Monday 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm

  • Wednesday 3.00 pm - 4.00 pm


                3.00 pm – 3.15 pm           Refreshments.

                3.15 pm – 3.20 pm           Review of THRASS.

                3.20 pm – 4.00 pm           Individual homework will be done by student.

               4.00 pm                            End of Homework Classes.  Parents pick up children.

Note: Classes do not run on the first and last week of each term.


Tutoring is provided on Tuesday afternoons of each week by two qualified teachers to support students in homework, assessment and catchup activities.  Tutoring is only available for Secondary students.

Note: Tutoring does not run on the first and last week of each term.

Active after school care

Active afterschool care is a federally funded program, ending 2014, that is developed for students to raise awareness of healthy lifestyle and eating as well as developing community partnerships with school sport.  The program includes a variety of sports each term for attendees.  Parental permission must be given for students to attend active after school care.

Active after school care is only available for students in Prep to Year 7, afternoon tea is provided for students attending.

Active after school care is provided twice a week:

  • Tuesday 3.00 pm - 4.15 pm

  • Thursday 3.00 pm - 4.15 pm

Note: Active after school care does not run on the first and last week of each term.


The Academic and Talent Aspirations Program( ATAP) Challenge is about Diligence and Confidence.  The ATAP Challenge is held annually at the Central Queensland University in Rockhampton.  Eidsvold has participated in this event since 2011 and won in 2013.

Students are selected and nominated by school staff and their peers early in the year to prepare for the competition held near the end of each year.  For more information please visit the school and enquire.

Garden club

Eidsvold State School has an active garden club run by students and the groundsman.  It is a supervised lunch time activity where students are invited to explore and learn about planting, identifying and growing vegetables.

All students are invited to participate in the garden club and are welcome to join.

Garden club runs twice a week during lunch:

  • Tuesday 11.40 am - 12.25 pm
  • Thursday 11.40 pm - 12.25 pm​​​​