About Oak Valley

Oak Valley is a small and very remote Anangu community set on the edge of the Great Victorian Desert. It is home to some of the most sacred land in Anangu culture. We have a small and transient student cohort who speak English as a second or third language. Our students and families are proud of our school and the place it holds in our community. Our play group, preschool, primary and secondary programs ensure we have a place for all our babies, children, young people and families whether it’s for one day or one year.

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Working At Oak Valley Aboriginal School

At Oak Valley Anangu School, we recognise that great staff make a great school. We ensure that our leaders, teachers, Anangu Educators and Support Officers have access to the best training and development available. We often collaborate with our hub partner Yalata and across the APY Partnership. All staff can access training and development online or face to face in Adelaide and regional centres. Oak Valley Anangu School uses a variety of programs including Little Learners Love Literacy, Learning Through Doing mathematics and 2-Way Science. As a small school, we utilise pedagogies and strategies that allow us to create and deliver highly individualised learning programs for all of our students. As an Early Career teacher, Oak Valley can be a unique and challenging place to start your teaching journey.

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Contact Oak Valley Anangu School

Principal: Amanda Wardle

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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