Rose Park Primary SchoolRose Park Primary School

 

Welcome to Rose Park Primary School

Rose Park Primary was established in 1893 in a picturesque inner suburban location only minutes from the city centre. The school is housed in the main building built in 1893. Our main teaching area was erected in 1923. A church building, built in 1899, houses our specialist music programme while the Centenary Hall is a modern addition. In 2010, the school opened our new i-centre, a large multi-purpose resource and inquiry facility, that also houses four upstairs classrooms.

Our school is zoned, and as it continues its history as a well respected and very popular high performing school, the zone of right is enforced to keep enrolments at manageable levels.
Our current focus is on learning through inquiry, and Information and communication technologies to enhance the inquiry processes. The school has a wireless internet service, and makes available laptops (PC and Apple) for student use as well as an Apple computer suite. Many Year 6/7 students bring their own laptops, which is encouraged. Additionally, every classroom is fitted with interactive whiteboards, document cameras and flip videos.

The school is an authorised  International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program World School, delivering the IBPYP from reception to year 7 students and is part of a strong IB network within South Australia.

The school has a strong focus on after-school sport and we offer Japanese and music as specialist subjects. More than 180 students in the school from year 3-7 are involved in our music program, which includes choirs, bands, ensembles and an orchestra and who all perform regularly.
We also have an active Old Scholars Association providing a strong pastoral care role in our school.

The school now has an app for iPhone or Androids. The app allows parents to stay in communication with the school through receiving text messages. For instructions on downloading the app. please click here

For more information on the school please contact us.

 

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