Port Noarlunga Primary School

The Porties Post

Latest news from Port Noarlunga Primary. Our school newsletter is presented here as a live rolling blog.
Latest information, Class Stories, sports results, student achievements, and Principal Updates are all shared here.

The Smith Family at Porties

The Smith Family at Porties

by Caitlin McClay - Student Wellbeing Leader Port Noarlunga Primary School work alongside The Smith Family to help young Australians in need to build better futures through education. The school works with The Smith Family to provide opportunities to access everyday...

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The Smith Family at Porties

The Smith Family at Porties

by Caitlin McClay - Student Wellbeing Leader Port Noarlunga Primary School work alongside The Smith Family to help young Australians in need to build better futures through education. The school works with The Smith Family to provide opportunities to access everyday...

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New 5/6 Student Leaders  Structure

New 5/6 Student Leaders Structure

By Dylan Carter - Deputy Principal, Port Noarlunga Primary It has been an exciting and energising start to the year at Porties in 2024. From a personal perspective, it has been amazing to join the team and feel the warm and inviting environment that all staff,...

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Principal’s Update – Week 9, Term 4, 2023 (End of Year)

Principal’s Update – Week 9, Term 4, 2023 (End of Year)

This has been the first full and un-interrupted year of schooling for a large number of our students and their families, and we are certainly all feeling that at the moment. We have had some challenges thrown our way this year with possibly the biggest this week in...

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Amelia Colour Fun Run highest fundraising student 2023

Amelia Colour Fun Run highest fundraising student 2023

✨ Congratulations to Reception student Amelia Watson from Miss Bayly's class. Amelia was our school's highest fundraising student for the Colour Fun Run in Term 3 A fantastic achievement. Amelia was presented with her certificate and special prizes including a very...

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Memorial Garden Makeover

Memorial Garden Makeover

by Vicki McCarthy—Business Manager During 2023 a group of students from the Year 5/6 classes and I have been working together on Wednesday afternoons to improve and beautify the Memorial Garden as part of the electives programs. Thanks to a large number of generous...

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Premier’s Reading Challenge 2023

Premier’s Reading Challenge 2023

by Tina Jackson - Resource Centre This year the Premier’s Reading Challenge in South Australia turned 20! To celebrate this milestone we ran an additional challenge where students could challenge themselves to read 20 books instead of the usual 12. Students who...

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Outdoor Education Day for the Deck Team

Outdoor Education Day for the Deck Team

Mrs Alana Years 1/2  Miss Bianca Years 2/3  Miss Butcher Years 1/2  Mrs Ehlers Years 1/2 Mrs Alana, Miss Bianca, Miss Butcher, Mrs Ehlers and classes had a BIG and BRILLIANT day out at the Nature Play SA cubby building site near the Karka Pavilion in Belair National...

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Class Placement 2024 Parent Survey

Class Placement 2024 Parent Survey

The parents survey for class placement 2024 is now open. This survey will support us in making the best decisions when configuring classes for 2024. Would you mind taking 4 minutes to complete this form? ✔️ Complete one survey for each of your children.✔️ Make sure to...

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SPORT FEED

2024 School Soccer Season

2024 School Soccer Season

via Michael Warren – White Pointers Soccer Co-Ordinator – 0416 490 350 Port Noarlunga Primary School will be entering teams in the local school soccer league (NDJSA). This is a fantastic opportunity for kids of all ages, Reception to Year 6, to get involved in...

Sporting Opportunities at Porties in 2023

Sporting Opportunities at Porties in 2023

Below is a run-down of extra sporting opportunities available to Port Noarlunga Primary students in 2023. Enquiries about these opportunities should be directed to Mike Woolford on ClassDojo, or phone 8382 2455. Look out for specific updates on ClassDojo and The...

2023 School Soccer Season

2023 School Soccer Season

via Michael Warren – White Pointers Soccer Co-Ordinator - 0416 490 350 Port Noarlunga Primary School will again be entering teams in the local school soccer league (NDJSA). This is a fantastic opportunity for kids of all ages (Reception to Year 6) to get involved in...

Aquatics Secondhand Sale – 16th November 2022

Aquatics Secondhand Sale – 16th November 2022

WHAT: Secondhand items used by Port Noarlunga Aquatics are being sold. Items include surfboards, boogie boards, surf skis, canoes, and more. WHEN: Wednesday 16th November (Week 5) WHERE: School Aquatics shed, behind the school (access from Dodd Avenue) TIME: 3PM to...

Porties U12 Soccer achievers in 2022

Porties U12 Soccer achievers in 2022

Congratulations to our Porties U12 playing in the NDJSA U12 cup final on Saturday. They finished runners-up against a very good Pimpala 3-8. Pimpala was just too good in the first half scoring 5 goals to 0. But we kept at it and had them worried about a comeback with...

Porties girls celebrate victory at 2022 Crows Cup carnival

Porties girls celebrate victory at 2022 Crows Cup carnival

Congratulations to the Porties Girls’ Footy teams winning the Crows Cup carnival at South Adelaide Football Club on Wednesday, 7 September 2022. So many amazing players who represented their school with pride, commitment and footy smarts. Go Porties! The girls were...

Trampolines and gymnastics: Tri-Skills at Porties

Trampolines and gymnastics: Tri-Skills at Porties

A Class Story by Tayla Bayly's Reception class For the first four weeks of Term 3, all classes at our school have been taking part in the Tri-Skills program. The Tri-Skills program gives us the opportunity to build our gymnastics and trampolining skills, whilst also...

Principal’s Update – Week 7, Term 2, 2022

Principal’s Update – Week 7, Term 2, 2022

Girls SAPSASA footy at Porties Good News Story SAPSASA has been an important part of primary school life for a very long time. I was never athletic or skilled enough to be an active participant in SAPSASA events but I certainly enjoyed the opportunity to cheer on my...