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Plumpton High School prides itself on achieving excellence in
teaching and learning. The school enjoys a prominent position in NSW education
and has become a lighthouse school renowned and respected throughout the
community for innovation and excellence. The school is part of the Plumpton
Education Community (PEC), joining with its partner primary schools to ensure
the best possible education provision for students from Kindergarten to Year

Facilities: Library, multi-purpose sports hall, hockey and rugby
fields, basketball and tennis courts, agricultural farm and performing arts

Electives Years 7 to 10: Agriculture, Commerce, Chinese, Greek,
Hindi, Dance, Drama, Problem-Solving & Thinking Skills, Sport Studies,
Streamwatch, Building & Construction, Child Studies, Computing,
Electronics, Food Technology, Graphic Design, Metal Technics, Wood Technics,
Music, Photography, Sport Science, Technical Drawing, Textiles and Visual Arts.

Electives Years 11 and 12: English, Mathematics, Personal
Development Health and Physical Education, Hospitality, Construction,
Information Processing and Technology, Business Studies, Visual Arts, Biology,
Industrial Technology Wood, Ancient History, Metals and Engineering, Dance,
Drama, Community and Family Studies, Chemistry, Senior Science, Food
Technology, Textiles and Design, Music, Legal Studies, Physics, Photography,
Filipino and Computer Applications.

Sport: Rugby league, rugby union, cricket, hockey, soccer, touch
football, athletics, swimming, tennis, recreational sports.

Extracurricular activities: Department of Education dance festivals,
drama, debating, video, photography, chess and computer clubs, Schools
Spectacular and Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme.

Special features: A full range of highly innovative programs at the
school including Student Guidance Program, Positive Behaviour for Learning
(PBL), Boys Education Program, Learning Centre, Connected Classes, Year 7
Portfolios, Citizenship and Leadership and Outdoor Education Program, Student
Guidance Program. Through the guidance program, students meet with their
guidance teachers to plan and monitor their progress at school. They are
setting goals and evaluating their own learning performance, with student
reports now including a student comment about their own achievements.

Religion None
Type Government
Day/boarding Day School
Boys/Girls Co-edu
Enrolment 1100 students
Fees Free (Government School)
02 9625******* 02 9625 7020 / 02 9625 7507
02 9832******* 02 9832 1582
Address 141 Hyatts Road, Plumpton 2761
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