Sunday 24th March - Park Run, Round 5

Wednesday 27th March - Sports Day 2024

Week 8, Term 1 - Parent & Teacher Interviews

Friday 29th March - Good Friday (Public Holiday)

Monday 1st April - Easter Monday (Public Holiday)

Week 11, 8th to 12th April - Swimming Week

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About North Ingle School and Preschool

North Ingle School provides a safe, engaging and challenging environment for learning. Here we pursue excellence in all areas of a student's development in their academic, intellectual, social, emotional, cultural, physical and creative growth. In this rapidly changing world, we are preparing our students to take their place as valued global citizens and 21st Century learners. Students make the most of the digital technologies available to them in their digital environments.

North Ingle School has a school based Preschool and an Out of School Hours Care service.

Playgroup is offered every Monday from 9:00 am to 11:00 am in the Preschool.

Our Music program includes free guitar lessons for primary students in Years 4-6 and The Just Brass Program organised by the Salvation Army for Year 4-6 students. Learning Through Music is a tuition program offering a range of instruments your child can learn through one on one instruction or small ensemble groups. This program includes voice, keyboard and recorder. Additional support is given to Literacy and Numeracy through daily Intervention Programs including QuickSmart Numeracy. Australian sign language (AUSLAN), Science, and Digital Technologies are taught across all year levels from Reception to Year 6 by specialist teachers.

Our Behaviour Management program encourages the development of children’s dispositions, character strengths and skills to develop and maintain respectful relationships through the implementation of Restorative Justice Principles. We provide a safe and supportive environment that promotes mutual respect, self-confidence and responsible decision making that acknowledges and celebrates personal and team achievement.

Our highly skilled and professional staff are committed in working together with students, parents, the Student Representative Council, the Year 6 Student Executive and the Governing Council to achieve the best possible learning outcomes for students.