1 Whitford Cres, Nangwarry SA 5277

Respect , Perseverance and Opportunities for Success

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I welcome you to the website for Nangwarry Primary Preschool and School, and am pleased that you have taken the time to look into what our school can offer your children and young people. 

Our site caters for children across a range of ages from birth to Year 6 through accessing playgroup, Preschool and School environments.

Our staff pride themselves on catering for every individual child that attends our site, planning and implementing learning journey’s that target each child’s needs, skill level and interest. We set high standards for our staff and students aligning closely with our school values of respect and perseverance.

Our learning environments are calm, safe and welcoming, promoting high levels of student wellbeing and belonging. This is complimented by Pastoral Care worker and range of Support Staff who work with children to feel safe and welcome in our school environments and spaces.

Our Preschool and Playgroup offer spaces and experiences which evoke a sense of wonder in our children, promoting their curiosity in the world around them. Children are presented with intentional, play-based activities and learning spaces which promote discussion and inquiry, as well as early literacy and numeracy skill development.

I invite you to browse through the information on our website, and please do not hesitate to contact me with any further queries, or to book a tour of our school or preschool.

We look forward to welcoming you to our preschool and school community.

Jessica Herrewyn

Principal

Our Vision

To provide academic and well being development opportunities for the school community to become lifelong, powerful learners. This vision is strongly supported by the core values of respect and persistence.

 

Our Values

Respect , Perseverance and Opportunities for Success

Respect Perserverance and Opportunities for Succcess

Boandik Acknowledgement

We acknowledge this land where we play and work is the traditional lands of the Boandik people and we respect their spiritual relationship with their country; the land, the creatures, the plants and waterways.

We also acknowledge the Boandik people as the custodians of the Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Boandik people today. We respect their Elders past, present and future.