The older students get many opportunities to participate in SAPSASA (SA Primary Sport Association SA) sport competing against other schools in the state. In 2019 we had representatives in swimming and cross country.
Our Year 5-7 girls participated in Crows Cup Football Carnival in the Riverland.
Each year we apply for Sporting Schools grants to allow the students to participate in and learn different sports that they normally would not have access to.
Arts and Culture
We hold camps for Reception to Year 7 in a variety of environments every second year.
We work well in conjunction with the Mid Murray Council such as “Fun for Youth” and Mid Murray Family Connections.
Our teaching staff comprise of experienced long term teachers and currently a part-time graduate teacher. We undertake significant professional development to ensure the best possible practice for student learning. Complementing the teaching staff, we employ two experienced SSO’s to support finance, administration and student support. We also have a mentoring programme running that supports students with wellbeing needs as well as a Pastoral Care Worker.
The school provides quality education in the eight areas of student according to the Australian Curriculum and Teaching for Effective Learning. Our language is provided via Open Access.
We are a Kidsmatter School which is a framework supporting the Mental Health and Wellbeing of our school community. This year our focus is “Schools and families working together”.