Eltham Public School

"Helping Each Other Grow"

Telephone02 6629 1321

Emaileltham-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Welcome to Our School

Eltham Public School was proudly established in 1884.  Our dedicated staff offer an outstanding learning environment, where state of the art teaching methods in literacy, numeracy, STEM, performing arts, sport and mindfulness practices ensure a balance so your child's indiviudal needs are met.

Upcoming events

Monday

20

July

Staff Professional Development Day

Date

20 July

Time

All day

Location
Eltham Public School

Today is a Staff Professional Development Day. We hope all students enjoy their last day of holidays today! Students resume school tomorrow Tuesday 21 July.

Tuesday

21

July

First Day Of Term 3

Date

21 July

Time

All day

Location
Eltham Public School

We welcome back all students today for the start of Term 3. We are looking forward to an exciting term!

Thursday

23

July

Athletics Carnival

Date

23 July

Time

All day

Location
Eltham Public School

Unfortunately, all NSW PSSA sport has been cancelled for 2020. However, we are still going ahead with our school modified Athletics Carnival. Our carnival will take place at school for all students K-6 on Thursday 23 July (first Thursday of Term 3). Due to current restrictions, we are unable to invite along families this year, but we are looking forward to a fun, competitive day. On this day, students are encouraged to wear their house colours (Wilson blue and Cedar green). If you are unsure what house your child is in, please contact Mr Currie through Seesaw message or phone at school.

Friday

24

July

NAIDOC Day Assembly and Celebrations

Date

24 July

Time

All day

Location
Eltham Public School

Our first major event to be held at school for Term 3 on Friday 25 July is our NAIDOC Celebrations. Eli Cook will return to Eltham Public School with his Aboriginal dancers from Ballina Public School to open our NAIDOC Assembly. Josh Toole will join us from Blackfit Fitness, and Anna Toole, Student Support Officer, will bring a small group of Aboriginal students from Kadina High School to engage with students in cultural activities throughout the day. A BBQ lunch will be held for staff, students and presenters. Sadly because of COVID restrictions we are not able to invite parents and community members, but we can assure you there will be plenty of photos and hopefully recounts of a fantastic day of NAIDOC activities from children afterwards.