About Oak Valley

The majority of students at Oak Valley are Anangu and their first language is Pitjantjatjara or Yankunytjatjara as this is usually the language spoken at home. The students are only introduced to English when they start school.

A significant factor for Anangu Communities and Schools is the transient nature of the population. The School can have students who attend for periods of days or weeks and then return to their home communities.

The Anangu people tend to live in family groups within Oak Valley Anangu Community or on their Homelands.

Aok Valley Anangu School
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Working At Oak Valley Aboriginal School

Currently staff comprises both contract and permanent teachers with a balance in terms of age and experience.

A supporting and development Performance Management Strategy exists, including a strong induction program for all new staff members.

A strong collaborative relationship exists between all schools within the District and also Wiltja Residential Program and Wiltja Secondary Program.

Contact Oak Valley Anangu School

Principal: Roxanne Boyce

Phone: (08) 8670 4205
Email: dl.1009.info@schools.sa.edu.au
Fax: (08) 8370 4234

Street Address: Oak Valley SA 5690
Postal Address: PMB 18 via Ceduna Ceduna SA 5690

Partnership: Anangu Lands

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