Stuarts Point Public School

'To Greater Heights'

Telephone02 6569 0627

About our school

Stuarts Point Public School is committed to creating independent lifelong learners who develop resilience and perseverance through a growth mindset.

We offer a wide range of quality learning opportunities where students develop a love of learning in a culture of high expectations. Curiosity, independence, creativity and critical thinking are fostered while the wellbeing of our students is fundamental throughout the learning journey.

As high quality teachers we are dedicated to working collaboratively towards common goals to promote equity and excellence so that our students can be successful learners who are confident, creative individuals ready to become the next generation of active and informed citizens and functional members of society. (Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians, 2008)

Stuarts Point Public School is a small school located on the Mid North Coast of NSW.

Our enrolment supports three multi–stage classes and includes students from a diverse range of backgrounds. The Family Occupation and Education Index (FOEI) for the school community is approximately 150 which is well below the state average of 100. We have an average Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student population of 30-35%.

The school is supported by the SBAR equity loading: Socio–economic and Aboriginal background. Early Action for Success (EAfS) is a feature. This strategy combines high quality leadership, collaborative mentoring, a focus on individual students and early intervention to ensure all students achieve expected outcomes. Evidenced based programs such as TEN and L3 in Kindergarten and Stage 1 are a priority.

Our school motto “To Greater Heights” is continually emphasised as all students are encouraged to be self–directed lifelong learners, where every child is supported and empowered.

Stuarts Point Public School is a proud member of both the Macleay Public Schools (MPS) and Nambucca Valley Community of Public Schools (V10) delivering excellence, opportunity, innovation and success.

The school has an active P&C and a proud tradition of meeting the community and state–wide educational needs of students for over 125 years.

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