Warradale School News
Remembrance Day has been observed since the end of the First World War to remember armed forces members who have died in the line of duty....
NAIDOC Week is usually held in the first week of July, Sunday to Sunday, and incorporates the second Friday which historically was celebrated as...
Nature play education This week, all classes participated in a 50 minute learning session with an outdoor educator in our new nature play space. The...
Warradale Primary School is a vibrant learning community with a proud history. Our strong
community links and genuine connection with the local environment is central to developing
responsible, life-long learners.
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Important documents about our School
Urban School Camp
Our Extra-curricular Camp
News & Events
All the latest from our School
and Vacation care information
Specialist Music, Wetlands Program and more
Some photos of our students and Grounds
Acknowledgement of Country
Ngadlu Kaurna miyurna tampinthi.
Parna yarta mathaya puki-unangku.
Ngadlu tampinthi Kaurna purka pulthupuru yama-yama.
We acknowledge Kaurna people.
They are the original custodians of this region.
We acknowledge Kaurna Elders as our first educators.
Warradale derives from Warripari, a Kaurna word for windy place by the River.