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School grounds and classrooms

The school campus includes: seven classroom blocks, administration offices, library and information technology centre, activities hall, tuckshop, uniform shop, covered games areas, 25 metre heated swimming pool, outdoor covered amphitheatre, oval, adventure playgrounds, sculpture garden, art room, music rooms, computer lab and resource room.

Library and Information Technology Centre


The Library and Information Technology Centre is colourful, spacious, fully air conditioned and equipped with the latest in information and communication technology.

The Library design, layout and furniture have also been carefully selected to cater for the various age groupings from prep to year 6.

A computer lab is part of the library. The lab contains new computers, integrated data projector and speakers and access to a variety of ICT devices. Interactive whiteboards, laptops and iPads are in use in all classrooms in the school.

Prep classrooms

A new prep facility features child centred indoor activity centres, early learning outdoor spaces, interactive whiteboards, computers and wireless capability.

Years 1 to 5 classrooms

Our year 1 to ​5 classrooms have been refurbished and include flexible learning areas, interactive whiteboards, computers and wireless capability.

Middle phase building

Our year 5 and 6 classrooms are located in a purpose built Middle Phase Learning Centre containing flexible learning spaces, outdoor learning areas and state of the art Information Technology including interactive whiteboards and wireless capability.

25m heated swimming pool

In Terms 1 and 4 prep to year 2 students are timetabled for two swimming lessons per week. Years 3 to 6 are timetabled for one lesson per week. 

The Swimming Club meets every Friday night at 6.00 pm at the school pool during terms 1 and 4.

Art room

A well-equipped art room is available for use by all classes for art lessons. After school art classes are also held in the art room as part of Ascot’s Community Education Program.


Tuckshop is open every day of each school term except for the last two days of the school year (term 4). The tuckshop employs a convenor.

A complete list of menu items is available through, an online ordering system.

Play areas

Ascot State School has separate adventure playgrounds for children in prep, years 1 to 2 and years 3 to 4 as well as three covered play areas and the school oval.



Sculpture garden

The sculpture garden is located in a beautifully landscaped terraced section of the school. Local artists donated some of the sculptures featured. Also featured is a beautiful mosaic waterfall which cascades down the terrace. Ascot parent and artist-in-residence Bev Ridsdill-Kenny created this mosaic over many months.


Activities hall

The school activities hall was constructed in 1971-72 and largely funded by the P&C and wider school community. The hall is used for many school-based activities including school assemblies, physical education lessons, dance and drama lessons, the school music evenings as well as choir and band practice. It is also used for Arts Council and awards ceremonies as well as fund-raising activities such as school discos and movie nights. Extra-curricular community activities are held in the hall after school.

Social tennis

The Ascot State School Tennis Court is situated in Reeve Street, Clayfield. Please contact the school office to make inquiries about bookings and costs.

Uniform shop​

The Uniform shop stocks all of the uniform requirements and is right here at school. Opening times are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 8.15am to 9.30am during the school term. It is situated in Block A adjacent to Anthony Street.