As an R-12 school, Eudunda Area School caters for learning of all students from the Early Years to post compulsion. It is a medium-sized country school which means it can actively monitor the academic progress and wellbeing of all students. The school’s curriculum is diverse and it is renowned for innovations in sustainable futures and caring for the environment as well as using the community as a partner in learning.
As a school, Eudunda Area School ensures it engages with latest educational thinking ranging from the use of Information and Communication Technology in learning, Civics and Citizenship, Literacy and Numeracy and School to Work transition to name but a few.
The school is well served by facilities having a full tech studies workshop, home economics centre, art room, school community library and access to computers. It also has its own Agricultural block and access to community facilities including the swimming pool nearby. As well as the formal curriculum, the school offers a range of extra-curricular activities catering for a range of student interests. This includes camps, sporting events and the International Pedal Prix.
The guiding principles of Eudunda Area School are: excellence in teaching and learning, respect for all, and community focus.
Facilities: Full tech studies workshop, home economics centre, art room, school community library and access to computers.
Subjects/Electives Years 7 to 10: English, Maths, Science, Health, SOSE, Art, Home Economics, Design & Technology, PE, Japanese (Years 6 and 7). Additional subjects – Agriculture, Performing Arts, ALOP (Alternative Learning Programmes).
Subjects/Electives Years 11 and 12: SACE subjects – PLP (Personal Learning Plan), Literacy, Numeracy, Research Project. Other subjects – English Communications, Physics, Child Studies, Mathematical Applications, Business Studies, Design and Technology, Work Studies, Community Studies, Biology, Chemistry, Physical Education, Mathematical Studies, Art, Information Processing & Publishing, Vocational Education, Home Economics.
Welfare and personal development: Counselling service.
|Years||Year 1 - Year 12|
Free (Government School) |