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There are many ways for parents to become involved in the school. Below is a list of extra-curricular, governance and social activities that identify our school as a community of students, teachers, parents, community organisations and skilled professionals working together.

Extra-Curricular Activities

  • Assemblies and awards including the Kiwanis Terrific Kids Award
  • Family Science Night – parent led Science workshops
  • Book Week and Special Persons’ Day
  • CFS Information sessions and partnership with Bushfire Response Plan
  • Dads and Kids Camp
  • Kids Hope Mentor Program
  • Leadership Training for senior students
  • Many of the students are involved in local community clubs and organisations such as Sport, Scouts, ‘Kids Club’ and gymnastics.
  • Marvellous Market
  • NSW University tests
  • Pedal Prix every 2 years alternating with Wakakirri
  • Primary Music Festival 
  • Private Music Tuition offered during school time in the Music Suite
  • SAPSASA and district sports carnivals 
  • Spanish Fiesta 
  • Sports Day at Ashton Oval
  • Stirling Pageant
  • The Summit Community Centre links with art and play space design
  • Visiting Performers
  • Visiting Specialist Sports Trainers
  • Wakakirri Dance Competition every 2 years alternating with Pedal Prix
  • Whole school camp every second year

Parent Social Activities

  • Acquaintance Night and BBQ
  • Family Science Night and BBQ
  • Spanish Fiesta
  • The Shindig – live music and dance 
  • Trivia Night led by a professional entertainer 

Governance

  • Governing Council
  • Sub- committees of Governing Council
  • Parents and Friends Committee

Neighbouring Schools

  • Many of our students attend Ashton Kindergarten before starting school.
  • Year 7 students move on to a variety of secondary schools including Heathfield High School, Glenunga International High School, Norwood/Morialta High School and Urrbrae Agricultural High School.
  • We have close ties with Uraidla and Basket Range Primary Schools with combined student activities and teacher professional development.