Chifley College Dunheved Campus is a progressive, collaborative and
compassionate middle school where together, students, staff, collegial
partners, parents, and the community “learn, discover and inspire”. The school
is a Years 7 to 10 campus with a program that sees students progressing into
the new senior campus for Years 11 and 12. The school believes in providing a
relevant curriculum that inspires commitment to life-long learning, establishing
community partnerships that respect parents’ roles in learning, and quality
professional relationships between students and teachers.
Sport: Soccer, cricket, touch football, volleyball, squash, tennis,
hockey, water polo, basketball. Recreational sports include aerobics, indoor
cricket, soccer, roller-skating, and weights.
Extracurricular activities: Debating, maths workshops, music
tuition, Tournament of Minds, art displays and exhibitions, drama performances,
concerts, Rock Eisteddfod.
Welfare and personal development: The school attempts to support all
students and the community as a whole through a range of school programs. These
include Priority Schools Funding Program (PFSP), Priority Action Schools (PAS)
and the Aboriginal Student Support and Parent Awareness Program (ASSPA). A
support unit provides for IM and IO students.
Peer support and welfare strategies provide a safe, caring
environment for all students. Priority programs include mixed-ability teaching
based on student profiles and the integration of students with special needs.
Numerous enrichment programs heighten self-esteem through achievement. There is
a focus on literacy.
|Years||Year 7 - Year 10|
Free (Government School) |
02 9623******* 02 9623 6600
02 9833******* 02 9833 1265
|Address||Maple Road, St Marys North 2760|