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26 Nov 2019
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Main phone line currently down
30 Oct 2019
Unfortunately our main phone line is down. Please call us on 8645 7189 or 8645 7021.
We apologise for any inconvenience this has caused.
Change of Assembly Date
03 Apr 2019
Please be advised the Assembly for Friday Wk 10 has been rescheduled for Friday Wk 11 12/4/2019 due to Sporting Carnivals and Excusions.
SCHOOL PHOTO DAY
25 Mar 2019
Reminder that School Photo Day is Wednesday 27th March. Please have envelopes back to the school by Tuesday 26th March with correct money.
Outcome of Ministerial Review
19 Feb 2019
In late 2018 a review was held into the social, economic and educational needs of future secondary education in Whyalla. The review included consultation with key groups, schools and considered a significant amount of views from the broader community. The review has now finished and as a result, Edward John Eyre High, Stuart High and Whyalla High will be amalgamated into the new 7-12 government school that will be built in Whyalla Norrie, ready for students to start in term 1 of 2022.
One brand new state-of-the-art school for Whyalla students within an education precinct will provide the educational opportunities that Whyalla’s students deserve. The new school will have world-class learning and teaching areas with the best and most modern technology. Its location next to the UniSA and TAFESA will provide career pathways for students before they finish school, so they are ready to take on the next chapter in their life. A modern school will give students the opportunity to learn skills in innovation, advanced technology and study in areas that have strong links to the local industry.
The Department for Education will be working closely with the three high schools to ensure that the needs of the school community are factored into the new school. This will include things like traffic and transport management, special education needs, bringing the cultures and traditions of the three high schools into the new school and careful consideration of the use of the existing school sites after they are closed.
The new school will transform the way secondary education is taught in Whyalla. It will provide students with the facilities and support they need to help them reach their potential and support the town as it continues to prosper.