Wyrallah Road Public School

Wyrallah Road Public School. Where all are valued, where learning is nurtured, and a collaborative community thrives. Our talented, motivated and caring staff inspire children to have a love of learning using innovative and challenging educational programs. Our school delivers: - High expectations on student learning - supported by enrichment programs, a thorough learning support program, specialist teachers for intensive additional literacy and numeracy support, quality school learning support officers. - Student Leadership - School Representative Council and parliament, peer tutoring, buddy reading programs. - A comprehensive creative arts program - school band, African drumming, ukulele group, choir, dance groups and photography club. - Extra-curricular opportunities - specialised physical education programs, representative teams and individual sports, chess, public speaking, environment team, visiting performers and exciting educational excursions. - A well structured student wellbeing system, with clearly defined consequences and focussing on encouraging positive behaviour for learning. Strong emphasis is placed on the skills of literacy and numeracy with advanced technology used as an integral part of all subjects. We pride ourselves on developing social conscience in students, in partnership with a vibrant and forward thinking Parents and Citizens Association and local community groups. Our extensive grounds incorporate covered outdoor learning areas, fixed play equipment, student garden, a healthy canteen, interactive white boards, iPads and air-conditioning in every classroom, multi-functional school hall and comprehensive library and technology resources including a computer lab and video conference facilities.

Flood recovery update

The NSW Department of Education is coordinating an emergency response effort that is unprecedented in terms of scale and impact. A large number of schools in the Northern Rivers region have damage to either the entire site or some buildings and facilities.

The local School Infrastructure NSW office has inspected all schools in flood-impacted areas and has removed rubbish, cleaned and secured affected sites to ensure they are safe. Teams are repairing and remediating schools that were damaged during the foods and assessing works needed to rebuild the worst affected schools.

Wyrallah Road Public School suffered a significant amount of damage as a result of the flood events with a large number of buildings being inundated with flood waters.

Regular communication relating to the progress of works at Wyrallah Road Public School will continue to be updated to this page in the ‘Flood Recovery Updates’ section below.

Flood updates

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