Key Facts and Annual Reports

Founder Vijayadev Yogendra
Philosophical Basis “Total Education” as developed by Vijayadev Yogendra
Commenced 1981 Warwick, Queensland
1977 Melbourne, Victoria (closed 1987)
Affiliation Independent, non-systemic, non-denominational
Member, Independent Schools of Queensland
School Motto “In Pursuit of Knowledge, Excellence and Service”
Levels Preparatory Year to Year 12
Single stream at each level
Student Population 109
Co-educational at all levels
Governing Council Debra Lane (Chairperson)
Jan Gudkovs (Psychiatrist)
Dr Paul Currie (Administrator)
Ian Perkins (Consultant)
Shane Power (Principal)
Advisors to Governing Council Michael Funder (Teacher Advisor)
Jody Aspinall (Parent Advisor)
Leadership Principal:
Shane Power LLB
Deputy Principal:
Judy Currie BSc, Dip Ed
Primary Co-ordinators:
Michael Funder, B Mus Ed
Samantha Fisher, Grad Dip Ed (Special Ed), B Ed
Staffing 1:13 maximum teacher:student ratio
Curriculum Approved Status:
Office of Non-State Schools
National Curriculum P-10
Accredited by:
Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority
Wide range of senior subjects offered
Facilities General purpose learning areas, science laboratory, library, manual arts room, senior and junior art rooms, music room, film and television editing suite, computer laboratories, LOTE room, auditorium for performing arts/indoor sports, sports oval, outdoor education centre, dining room, commercial kitchen.
Annual Tuition Fees
Primary Secondary
1st child $3,905 $3,980
2nd child $3,510 $3,582
3rd child $3,315 $3,383

Subsequent children: no tuition fee
In addition to Annual Tuition Fees, there are supplementary levies for specific purposes. Please contact the School for further details.

Funding Parent fees: 28%
Government grants: 71%
T.H.E. Foundation support/Other support: 1%
Communication & Enrolment Enquiries The School of Total Education
2 Freestone Road, Warwick, Qld 4370
t: 07 4661 2666
f: 07 4661 4894
w: www.sote.qld.edu.au
e: admin@sote.qld.edu.au

Annual Reports

Commonwealth and State Governments require all state and non-state schools to publish an Annual Report on a variety of dimensions of school performance for the previous year. These documents appear below and may be downloaded. The reports represent a facts and figures approach without much acknowledgement of what The School of Total Education would see as the more important dimensions of school achievement and should be read with that in mind.

2016
(PDF 2.3MB)
2015
(PDF 27MB)
2014
(PDF 18MB)
2013
(PDF 3MB)
(PDF 194kB)
2012
(PDF 8.3mB)
(PDF 168kB)
2011
(PDF 1.9mB)
(PDF 193kB)
2010
(PDF 1.5mB)
(PDF 25kB)
2009
(PDF 594kB)
(PDF 25kB)
2008
(PDF 5.5mB)
(PDF 115kB)
2007
(PDF 304kB)
(PDF 893kB)
2006
(PDF 180kB)
2005
(PDF 236kB)