Welcome to Warriappendi School

Warriappendi is a small secondary school specifically for Aboriginal students. We are located in Marleston, 4.1km from the Adelaide GPO. Warriappendi School engages young people in their education by creating a positive learning environment in which students are able to experience a strong sense of belonging.

The school provides students with an opportunity to build on existing knowledge through high level individual planning and support. We offer small class sizes (staffed at a 1:8 teacher to student ratio), and a focus on quality teaching and learning.

– Providing opportunities for success –

Craig Bailey

Principal

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15 hours ago
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Last week students attended the tree climb with the school's youth worker, ASETO and
Aboriginal family support services reconnect employees. Students worked together, communicated and encouraged one another to complete the course!
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Well done!! You should all be super proud of yourselves cos I know I am proud of you lot!!

Student Free Day
Monday 15th August
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Student Free Day
Monday 15th August

This week in fellas group we had a budget to feed 9 people. The boys did a great job brainstorming ideas for recipes (dessert included), going shopping for the ingredients and then cooked up a delicious feed! ... See MoreSee Less

This week in fellas group we had a budget to feed 9 people. The boys did a great job brainstorming ideas for recipes (dessert included), going shopping for the ingredients and then cooked up a delicious feed!Image attachmentImage attachment

Warriappendi School will be hosting a tourism course, all of next week. This is an opportunity for SACE students to access 20 stage 2 credits. Please contact the school if you have any queries. ... See MoreSee Less

Warriappendi School will be hosting a tourism course, all of next week. This is an opportunity for SACE students to access 20 stage 2 credits. Please contact the school if you have any queries.
1 month ago
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COVID Update
1 month ago
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Warriappendi School will not be offering a bus service on Friday, July 8 as our Bus Driver is a COVID close contact. This is a precautionary measure to protect students, families and staff. Warriappendi School will be open for students during normal school hours but close at 2pm as per our previous communication regarding the early dismissal. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago
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Early Dismissal
1 month ago
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NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for all Australians to learn about First Nations cultures and histories and participate in celebrations of the oldest, continuous living cultures on earth.

Warriappendi School kick-started NAIDOC Week off today πŸ™Œ! Staff and students loved being crafty and planting succulents together🎨🌱. A huge thank you to Bunnings for your ongoing support!
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Great work guys, Have a great NAIDOC week!!

1 month ago
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On Wednesday morning Her Excellency the Honourable Frances Adamson, Governor of South Australia and her husband Mr Rod Bunten visited Warriappendi School.

Her Excellency addressed the assembly, delivered an Acknowledgement to Country in Kaurna language and enjoyed morning tea with the Warriappendi School community.

We are proud of Warriappendi School students who participated wonderfully throughout the morning.
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1 month ago
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On Wednesday the junior boys continued their weekly team building excursions at ten pin bowling and laser tag. The boys showed great sportsmanship, encouraging each other in both activities. Finishing off with a BBQ in the park, how good!

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2 months ago
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Last Friday morning Warriappendi School received an unexpected call from The Australian Defence Force... A student was invited to attend one of their ship's docking down at The Port.

A huge thank you to members of The Royal Australian Navy who escorted our student to The Port and allowed him to view the ship. He was excited and happy to have this experience!

Warriappendi School are grateful for members of our community who go above and beyond to support students with their future career aspirations.

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Last Friday morning Warriappendi School received an unexpected call from The Australian Defence Force... A student was invited to attend one of their ships docking down at The Port. 

A huge thank you to members of The Royal Australian Navy who escorted our student to The Port and allowed him to view the ship. He was excited and happy to have this experience!

Warriappendi School are grateful for members of our community who go above and beyond to support students with their future career aspirations. 

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What a great experience it would have been for him ☺️

A big future for this amazing young man. πŸ‘

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