Welcome to the Eastern Fleurieu School ‚Äď a unique multi-campus Reception to Year 12 school catering for the learning needs of Junior Primary R-2, Primary Yr 3-6, Middle Yr 7-9 and Senior Yr 10-12 students.
The Eastern Fleurieu School is a ‚Äúmulti-campus‚ÄĚ Reception to Year 12 school located 50 kilometres south-east of Adelaide, South Australia‚Äôs capital city. Its name comes from the Fleurieu Peninsula named by French explorer Nicolas Bauduin in 1802. The Ngarrindjeri aboriginal people inhabited this region of the state prior to European settlement in the 1840s.
The school is comprised of five campuses, namely:
Eastern Fleurieu takes great pride in its year 12 students, and rightfully so. Year 12 is a challenging year. School studies in the final years are highly demanding, and to be successful students must have persistence and determination. This can be a challenge when there are so many competing demands on student's time. Many students are employed
Eastern Fleurieu R ‚Äź12 School is proud of its new school uniform, which has been endorsed by the Governing Council and is supported across all campuses of the school. The wearing of school uniform creates a sense of identity and belonging to our school community.
Following the great coverage in the Sunday Mail on the 26th of May our Principal, Trevor Fletcher was interviewed by Ian Henschke on ABC 891 Radio, on May 27th.
The blog and that interview can be viewed and listened to from this link;
Once a driver has passed the practical driving test, deciding on the appropriate vehicle to buy is an important decision.
Provisional drivers under the age of 25 must not drive a high ‚Äź powered vehicle until they gain a full driver‚Äôs licence. High ‚Äź powered vehicles have a Gross Vehicle Mass of less than 4500 kgs and are defined
It is wonderful to celebrate the fantastic attendance of our school community over the last term. Particularly over the second half of the term, we have had our attendance rates below 2% over the calculated weeks, this is half of our usual absences, for 441 students that's worth a cheer.
It's a fact that students who attend school regularly learn more and are more successful in school than students who do not. Parents who make regular school attendance a
Our planning and preparations for the celebrations on November 15th and 16th marking 100years of secondary education in Strathalbyn are well advanced. Catherine Hirschausen is doing a great job as chair of the planning committee and Mary Whittaker has also continued to do excellent work with the publicity for this event.
The website that Mary has created has been updated with a new post titled 2013 ‚Äź