Port Douglas Primary School

Port-Douglas-PS-IntroPort Douglas State School is a part of the Douglas Cluster of schools. We are uniquely positioned both geographically and culturally. Our region is adjacent to two world heritage sites, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and the Daintree Wet Tropics. The kuku yalanji are traditional custodians of our district. We have inclusive practices that allow us to recognise and celebrate the diversity of our students. This is supported by the School-Wide Positive Behaviour Support programme that we run at our school.

2012 Waste Day at Port Douglas State School

20120504PDSS2Friday 4th May saw students from grades 5, 6 and 7 join in Waste Day Activities at the Port Douglas State School. Organised by Earth Smart Science, Reef Guardian Schools, Tangaroa Blue Foundation and Science Spark students learned ways of minimising and managing waste at home, school and in the environment over a fun day of activities both at their school and down at local 4 Mile Beach.


Port Douglas Primary School Cleans Up 4 Mile Beach

20090717 PDSSTeachers and students at Port Douglas Primary School in Far North Queensland are true coastal custodians of their local beach and the Great Barrier Reef. They are also accredited as a Reef Guardian School.