Opened in July 2021, Ming-De International School Toowoomba is an Independent co-educational Primary School (Prep-Year 6) that is accredited with the Queensland Non-State Schools Accreditation Board and CRICOS, providing enrolment for both domestic and international students.
Providing a bilingual approach to learning (English and Chinese), the School is clearly positioned as a primary school that is worthy of consideration for enrolment by International Students from Prep through to Year 6. Situated just a short drive from the city of Toowoomba in the suburb of Westbrook with 5.5 hectares of land there is plenty of room for children to enjoy the semi-rural environment of our school and there is ample room for the school to continue to develop and grow.
Ming-De International School Toowoomba strives to create a nurturing and inclusive environment where each student feels valued, respected and supported in their journey of growth and learning. We firmly believe in the power of education to shape young minds, foster compassion, and cultivate wisdom. Our dedicated team of educators is committed to guiding our students towards becoming well-rounded individuals who can positively contribute to society.
At the heart of our educational philosophy is the cultivation of ethical values. These values are woven into every decision we make and apply to all aspects of our curriculum from Prep to Year 6 to create a holistic and balanced approach to learning to equip our students with the tools to navigate life’s challenges with resilience and compassion.
Our curriculum is designed to foster intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and creativity. We offer a wide range of subjects that align with the Australian curriculum (ACARA), ensuring that our students acquire essential knowledge and skills in all key learning areas. Additionally, we integrate Sinology and the teachings of the Buddha across the curriculum, enabling our students to connect their academic learning with ethical awareness and spiritual growth.
Our community believes that educational opportunities should help young people to develop a sense of pride and respect (for self and others), challenge them to broaden their horizons (socially, emotionally and academically) and realise their dreams of finding their place in an ever-changing global society.