Bargo Primary School
The school was established in 1869, with development on the current site beginning in 1918. The school has a demountable library. Four new classrooms were built in 1999 so that the school now has six ‘kit’ classrooms and seven other permanent rooms. Statement of School Purpose. “Teachers, parents and community . . . caring for children, educating for life. ” Our school exists to nurture the growth of the whole child. We want children to reach their full potential for life in a rapidly changing society. In partnership with parents, we endeavour to create a safe, secure, caring and attractive learning environment and provide stimulating, enriching and relevant learning experiences. We expect students to perform to the best of their abilities and we set high expectations for student behaviour.
Great Southern Rd Bargo 2574
Phone (02) 4684 1396
Buxton Public School
Buxton Public School provides for children’s educational needs in a happy, stimulating and caring environment. We have a strong focus on student wellbeing, consistent with our school motto: ‘We Care’. The school’s curriculum provides many forums for children to be involved in singing, sport, dance, art and debating and public speaking. A large variety of leadership opportunities are available and all staff work closely with students to fully develop their potential. The school is a member of the Wollondilly Communities of Schools and participates in PSSA sporting events and the Wollondilly Performing Arts Festival. Buxton Public School sees itself as playing a vital role in the community and is committed to a strong involvement within our community. We work in partnership with our parents in providing the best environment we can for our students.
Hassall Rd Buxton 2571
Phone (02) 4681 8229
Picton Public School
Picton Public School strives to make provision for the optimum achievement of all students. The main focus of teaching and learning is literacy and numeracy. There is also an emphasis on curriculum diversity and the provision of a strong arts program. Teaching and learning programs are geared to provide for individual needs. Pride in self and school is enhanced by school uniform and strong support by the school for community activities. Very successful student welfare practices promote in students a sense of well being, happiness and responsibility. The co operation and dedication of parents to school programs and activities is very evident.
27 Lumsdaine St Picton 2571
Phone (02) 4677 1497
St Anthonys School
Welcome to St Anthony’s Primary School, Picton, NSW, Australia. St Anthony’s Primary school is a K-6 co-educational Catholic Primary School and caters for girls and boys aged from 5 years to 12 years of age. The school is part of the Parish of St.Anthony’s of Padua, Picton and is under the control of the Catholic Education Office in the Diocese of Wollongong. The vision of mission statement contained in this web site clearly states the role of the school as an education agent within the Catholic Church. St Anthony’s has a long history, being established in 1880 by the Sisters’ of St Joseph. We have a long tradition of wonderful parent participation in a wide range of school activities.
Menangle Street, Picton NSW 2571
Phone (02) 46771689
Tahmoor Public School
Tahmoor Public School was established in 1928 and is situated on the southern end of a growing semi rural town. The combination of modern and original buildings is surrounded by an expansive playground and award winning gardens. A computer lab, an Opportunity Class (OC), children’s art gallery and a well equipped library are all important features of the school. The original teacher’s residence has been converted into a Teachers’ Centre which is used as a venue for professional development by teachers and community groups from all over the district. At Tahmoor Public School we provide a secure, caring environment where staff and parents work co-operatively to develop the full potential of every child
Bronzewing St Tahmoor 2573
Phone (02) 4681 8340
Thirlmere Public School
Thirlmere Public School has served the local area continuously since its establishment in 1888. Over its proud history, the school has established itself as an integral part of the Thirlmere community. Thirlmere Public School exists for the purpose of providing students with the skills and attitudes to enable them to function effectively as life long learners in a dynamic and changing world. These ideals are fostered through a commitment to excellence in teaching and learning, an excellence in administrative practices and through cooperative community relations in an environment which is safe, attractive, supportive and caring.
Oaks Rd, Thirlmere NSW 2572
Phone (02) 46818476
Wilton Public School
Wilton Public School opened Term 1 2011, it provides a child centred educational program in a caring and supportive learning environment which allows each child to develop his/her full potential academically, socially, culturally and morally. Students will be encouraged to think and act responsibly with due respect to themselves and others, preserve the environment and make a valuable contribution to society.
11 Greenbridge Drive, Wilton NSW 2571
Phone (02) 4630 8006
Wollondilly Anglican College
Wollondilly Anglican College is one of 17 schools operated by Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation. It is a Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12 co-educational College. Located in pleasant rural surroundings at Tahmoor, about 60 minutes from Sydney’s CBD, it features educational excellence in a Christian context and includes modern, permanent, air-conditioned buildings.Wollondilly Anglican College endeavours to provide a disciplined, caring, learning community where students and staff pursue excellence and lives are transformed for Christ’s glory. The College features spectacular, award-winning grounds and purpose built state of the art facilities. Extensive elective options for students inYears 9, 10, 11 and 12 broaden the learning experience. Year 11 and 12 enjoy a separate adult learning environment in a dedicated senior precinct with an Information Resource and Technology Centre, study centres, recreation area and a student car park.
3000 Remembrance Drive Tahmoor, NSW Australia 2573
Phone (02) 4684 2577
Bowral High School
Bowral High School is a recognised Centre of Excellence in Performing Arts. The school community is committed to the pursuit of excellence by providing quality education to students of all abilities and backgrounds in a caring environment. The school motto ‘ excelsior’ defines a school culture that encourages students at all times to surpass their personal best. The school’s Code of Conduct clearly explains the expectation that students will demonstrate care, cooperation, contribution, commitment, consideration and courtesy in all dimensions of school life. Bowral High School has been declared a ‘drug free zone’ in consultation with the school community. Strong links have been developed with the wider community and school alumni.
Aitken Road Bowral NSW 2576
Phone (02) 4861 2255
Broughton Anglican College
Broughton Anglican College has been providing quality education to the Macarthur community for over 26 years. God has truly blessed us with ourdedicated staff, outstanding facilities, and the comprehensive programs and opportunities we provide. What makes Broughton distinctive is our incorporation of a Christian world view into all aspects of the College curriculum. It is through such endeavours we believe students are truly prepared for the world in which they live. Broughton is a non-selective, co-educational College that caters for students from 4 year olds right through to Year 12 which seeks to accommodate students of all ages and abilities regardless of background: academic, financial, racial or religious.
81-83 Menangle Road Menangle Park, NSW 2563
Phone (02) 4633 8365
Camden High School
Camden High School is a comprehensive co-educational school with an emphasis on traditional subjects, while offering several vocational education courses. It has strong ties with the local community and emphasises involvement, caring and responsibility. It has a particularly strong co-curriculum that features the creative and performing arts, adventure programs and sports. Its mission statement emphasises its purpose to enable students to reach their full potential through encouraging achievement, positive values and the desire to learn.
300 Cawdor Road, Camden, 2570NSW
Phone (02) 4655 9191
John Terry Catholic High School
John Terry Catholic High School is a coeducational catholic high school catering for students from Year 7 to Year 12. Established in 1981 in the Marist Tradition. The school strives for its graduates to be successful, confident and courageous young men & women who make a positive difference in their world. The school offers modern facilities to support a comprehensive curriculum to assist all students to achieve spiritual, academic, sporting and social excellence.
Demetrius Road, Rosemeadow, NSW, 2560
Phone (02) 4645 8100
Magdalene Catholic High School
Co-educational Catholic high school established in 1999 by the Diocese of Wollongong to serve the Parishes of the Western Macarthur region. As a Catholic community our aim in partnership with families is to assist in the development of the whole person: spirit, mind and body, character and imagination, educate students in their Catholic faith and to invite them to commit themselves to a life centred on Jesus and his values, develop each student’s ability to engage in clear thinking, discerning judgement and responsible decision making, cultivate the skills necessary for finding personal meaning and leading a productive life as a member of a community, develop a particular awareness in students of being called to be positive agents of change in society and promote a commitment to justice, peace and the development of self and others.
Smeaton Grange Road Narellan NSW 2567
Phone (02) 46 31 3300
Picton High School
Picton High School was established in 1958 as a co-educational comprehensive school and services a semi-rural growing community. The school has strong links with its local community and feeder primary schools. The school has a tradition of sporting and academic achievement and is recognised within the district for its innovate approach to curriculum, extensive student welfare and learning support programs. The school has a multi-purpose hall, modern science laboratories, kitchens and a well-equipped library. Facilities for photography, car care, information technology, drama and creative arts are well established. Picton High School seeks to educate its students to achieve excellence in all areas of endeavour.
480 Argyle St Picton 2571
Phone (02) 4677 1242
St Gregory’s College
St Gregory’s College is a Catholic day and boarding school for boys from Years 7-12. Since its foundation in 1926 by the Marist Brothers, our College has always been proud of its school spirit which places an emphasis on family, belonging and encouragement to do your best. The College has a strong tradition and reputation for academic excellence, high achievement in sporting competitions and for providing a wide range of extra-curricular activities.
100 Badgally Rd, Gregory Hills NSW 2557
Phone (02) 4629 4222