Delungra Public School

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Koala Project

Visiting Koalas in our School

At Delungra Public School, caring for our local koala population has been part of our culture for a long time. When Caring for Koalas and Effective Learning collide – our students are equipped with a wholistic worldview to be proactive in life, giving them a sense of the potential they have to effect change in the world.

Koalas love to visit Delungra Public School. School staff, students and P&C members all work together to nurture the local population of furry visitors who frequently hang out in the trees around the school. During the severe drought conditions of 2017-2020, it was evident that the koalas were under increasing stress. More and more koalas were crossing the school grounds showing signs of injury, illness or dehydration. Teachers and students alike gained valuable insight during this time into koala habitat and the need for watering points for koalas. With the help of WIRES volunteers, a permanent watering station was installed in the school, which now enables the koalas to access water without having to leave the safety of the tree. Various other watering points are maintained by students.

DPS take on Sydney

Regional Athletics

NAIDOC Celebration Excursion

Multicultural Perspectives Public Speaking Local Final

Small Schools touch Football Knockout

Sapphire Community of School Gala Day

Permission Notes 

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Free internet for eligible families

The Australian Government has introduced the School Student Broadband Initiative (SSBI) to provide free internet access to eligible fam...

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Every day matters

We know that every school day matters for our learners. Thanks to families like yours, we improved school attendance across the state f...