Morven State School, established in 1887, is located in the Darling Downs South West region and is a part of the Charleville State Schools cluster. It is situated 90 km east of Charleville and 180 km west of Roma on the Warrego Highway. Morven has a population of approximately 150 residents and is surrounded by a rural community consisting of sheep, goat and cattle properties. The main industry is primary production while the businesses include a post office, grocery store, newsagent, roadhouse, hotel and motel. The town has regular rail services, a twice daily bus service going both east and west and agents for several transport companies. Our town is well serviced with a two person police station, health clinic, library and public hall.
Departmental housing is available to meet school staffing needs. Morven has a large range of recreational pursuits. The various sporting clubs that operate are fishing, tennis and horse racing. The swimming pool situated at the school is also well utilised. Other interests are the Historical society and museum, Agforce Group and Progress Association.
The school caters for students from Prep to Year 6 in two multi-age classes and offers curriculum programmes across the eight key learning areas. Rural and Remote Education Access Program (RREAP) provides support for overcoming .
The school is staffed by:
At Morven State School we aim to ensure every student is succeeding in their education. We are preparing students with the knowledge, skills and confidence to participate effectively in the community and successfully transition to further education. This school maintains a safe and disciplined environment which promotes successful learners through quality teaching and learning, high expectations and engaged partners.
We are very proud of our school and the wide range of experiences we can offer your child. If you would like further information or have any questions, please contact the school office during working hours.