50 Hall Circuit, Middleton Grange NSW 2171   More schools in postcode 2171
Phone   9607 9661
Fax       9607 3669

Middleton Grange Public School, its students and staff are proud advocates for public education. We are committed to providing a safe and happy learning environment that fosters interdependence and a sense of hope. The school (opened in 2009) is part of the New Schools Public Private Partnership Program. The partnership required the private consortium to finance, design and construct the school on the Department of Education and Training's owned land. The private consortium will now maintain the school for the next 30 years. Middleton Grange Public School has been founded on proud Aboriginal and Australian history and achievement, particularly in the area of aviation. The school currently has four mainstream classes and three special education support classes, and has been designed with best environmental practice in mind. Our community (part of a new and developing suburb in the western Liverpool area) is active and inclusive. We recognise the vital partnership between home and school in achieving growth and development for all individuals. The school is an active member of the Cowpasture Community of Schools, along with seven other local schools (Austral, Badgerys Creek, Bringelly, Horsley Park, Kemps Creek, Leppington, Rossmore Public Schools). These schools work together to provide support and greater diversity of opportunities for students and staff. Shared activities across the community of schools include performing arts and sports events, student leadership activities and combined teacher professional development. At Middleton Grange Public School, we regularly acknowledge and celebrate the achievement and effort of all students. The school's wellbeing and discipline policy engenders pride, is based on the core values of NSW Public Schools (integrity, respect, responsibility, cooperation, excellence, fairness, participation, democracy and care), and encourages students to be safe and respectful learners and citizens. All our staff meet the professional requirements for teaching in NSW Public Schools. Staff are enthusiastic, experienced and dedicated to supporting each student to achieve positive learning outcomes through quality teaching, and to be equipped for their future learning. Additional staff - such as a support teacher learning assistance, English as a second language teacher and school counsellor - provide further focussed support. Comprehensive programs in literacy, numeracy, technology, the arts and the environment form an integral part of the teaching and learning cycle. Varied cultural and sporting endeavours are also a feature of the school. Diversity of cultural heritage is acknowledged and respected and approximately 50% of students enrolled come from a language background other than English. Together, our students, staff and families are building and creating the foundations of culture, learning, behaviour, leadership and community for Middleton Grange Public School.

School Email middletongr-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au  
School Website www.middletongr-p.schools.nsw.edu.au  
Type of School Primary Schools  
Enrolments 137  
Region South Western Sydney  

Support classes offered by this school

  • Students with Moderate Intellectual Disability and Autism
  • Students with Moderate Intellectual Disability
  • Students with a Range of Disabilities with Similar Support Needs
  • Students with Autism

Students with disability and additional learning and support needs

The New South Wales Department of Education and Communities support students with disability and additional learning and support needs in public schools in a range of ways. This may include specialist support classes for students in regular and special schools; the Integration, Funding Support program which provides targeted funding for eligible students; and learning and support resourcing. Every regular public school in NSW receives a specialist teacher allocation and flexible funding based on the size of the school and the learning needs of their students.

You can discuss your child's learning needs and planning for their personalised learning and support with the principal of your child's school. For more information about the full range of support services in NSW public schools go to Disability, Learning & Support.

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