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The Community Corner
The Community Programs at Auburn Public School are source of developing and maintaining a positive relationship between the school and our community.
At our School we run various information sessions and TAFE provided courses which not only provide parents with new skills, but it also motivates them to pursue these skills professionally, and eventually establish themselves in a career, such as a Barista or a Nail Technician.
Further, for preschool aged children and toddler, we have a play group and toddlers group running where teachers organise fun and exciting activities for children which help to educate the children whilst they are having a good time.
There is also an English Language Program currently running which helps parents who are new to Australia or are not confident in their English skills to learn the language and develop confidence in their English speaking, reading and writing skills. Fortunately, this English Language Program is a major contribution of Auburn Public School to the development and support of local Auburn Community, as we are putting in a lot of effort to help parents overcome any difficulties they may have with the English Language.
We are continuously striving to help develop and grow our local community by providing our parents and children with many different opportunities to help them learn and develop new skills, which will empower them and allow them to gain more confidence and ultimately prosper in our community.
Auburn Public School is looking for parent helpers to help support learning in classrooms and school events including Breakfast Club, the uniform shop and other special events.
Our school offers a Homework Centre, an after-school sports program and a Breakfast Club to a number of our students. Please contact the school for further details.
Auburn Road & Beatrice Street
Auburn NSW 2144
telephone 02 9646 2200
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders both past and present of the Darug nation.
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