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    Default Small schools in North Brisbane

    We live in Rothwell.
    My daughter is 7yrs and at present we are home schooling her.
    But for financial reasons we may have to consider putting her back in to a school next year.
    Since we are new to Australia in general, what school are little but good in the North Brisbane area?

    Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.

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    Are you looking for private or public? I live in north lakes and can think of a few small schools buy not their names sorry! There is a small school on Anzac ave just before the NL turnoff on the left. I think maybe it's called grace?? It is small and supposed to be good. My neighbors children go there and they love it.

    As for public there is bounty blvd school which is smaller and has only been open for a few years. Has a great rep for being high tech too.

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    Petrie school is lovely as well.

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    Depends, do you want private or public? McDowall State school is supposed to be great (at Mcdowall) , so is Patricks Road State School at Ferny Grove.. If you are after private, St Dympna's at aspley are supposed to be good..

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    Thanks everyone for your replys.
    Was looking at public = less exspensive hopefully


 

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