Milang Campus is situated in the historic town of Milang on the foreshore of Lake Alexandrina. Our main building is 150 years old and is the oldest purpose built building still being used for education in South Australia.
There are currently two classes, R-2 and 3-6 providing high quality education with a community focus. Each class has a dedicated Literacy block with two teachers to ensure all students access the curriculum at their level. Specialist subjects offered at Milang include Indonesian, Music, Technology and PE as well as opportunities for students to join the festival choir, learn an instrument and be involved in SAPSASSA sports events.
Through the hard work and dedication of the Staff, we provide an educational and social environment that nurtures and challenges each child and encourages them to reach their full potential. We achieve this by having high expectations of the students and providing them a safe, happy and trusting atmosphere in which to challenge themselves.
Our success is built on a strong community of students, parents and teachers, who all value the same high standards of education and creative and intellectual endeavour.
We see parents as partners in our work and hope you will become very much part of our community and fully involved in your child’s achievements. We look forward to working with you to provide the best possible education for your child in our care.
Susannah Cook – Head of Campus
Updated May 2017
Our school newsletter is now R-12 eNewsletter, Weeks 3,6,9 of each term!
If you haven’t received your copy, please contact your Campus Front Office to ensure you are on the distribution list.
Please see below for an archive of the The “Milang Campus Connection” – the Milang Campus newsletter, prior to the R-12 eNewsletter.
Milang Campus Connection
The Campus keeps in touch with its parent community via a fortnightly publication called the Campus Connection. It contains information about upcoming events at the Campus, reports about Campus activities and a “What’s Happening” section that outlines highlights of the past fortnight from each class. The Campus also has a section in the monthly Milang Community News, which is published by the Milang Progress Association. This enables the wider communities of Milang and Clayton the opportunity to stay in tune with what is happening at the Campus. 2018 Campus Connections
Staff – Teaching and Specialist-teaching Role Name Principal Ian Kent email@example.com Head of Campus Susannah Cook firstname.lastname@example.org Reception / Year 1 / Year 2 Teachers Rebecca Blackwell email@example.com Eileen Love firstname.lastname@example.org Year 3 – 6 Class Teacher Susannah Cook email@example.com Heidi Yard firstname.lastname@example.org Music Natalie Baker email@example.com Indonesian Kaye Grund firstname.lastname@example.org PE Jono Koutsikas Jonathon.email@example.com Digital Technology Tom Bilney firstname.lastname@example.org Counsellor Rebekah Fahey email@example.com Front Office & Finance Donna Hodgson firstname.lastname@example.org Library Julie Pavy email@example.com SSO I.T Support Steve Witt firstname.lastname@example.org Pastoral Care Worker Jacqui Maynard Groundsman Steve Blackeby
Updated March 2018
- Facilities and Resources The heritage listed stone building accommodates the administrative area, Head of Campus Office, Library/Resource Centre and staff room. There are two dedicated learning areas currently designated as R-2 and year 3-6 classrooms. Both rooms are double size classrooms. The Campus also has an Art room for Art, Craft, Science and Technology activities. This facility is also used by Play Group which operates once a week on a Tuesday morning. The well kept school grounds boast a basketball court, large oval, sand – pit and a selection of fixed playground equipment and a well stocked Sports Shed. The Milang Old School House Community Centre provides a valuable service to the Milang/Clayton Communities. Members of the community can keep up-to-date with events and activities on offer through the “Village Voice” which is published monthly. Coordinator, Karyn Bradford can be contacted at the MOSHCC on (08) 8537 0687 or e-mail: email@example.com The MOSHCC is an initiative of the Milang & District Community Association Inc.
- Student Leadership School captains are elected by the student body early in the year. These captains are supported by one representative from each year level, forming the S.R.C. This group meets regularly to discuss school issues and plan fundraising activities to raise school funds and money for selected charities. All S.R.C. representatives abide by a role statement:-SRC – Role Statement / Responsibilities.
- Parent Involvement There are many and varied ways parents and families can be involved in their children’s learning and life at Milang Campus. Parents are welcome in classrooms to help with classroom activities and can contact their child’s teacher to arrange this. Parents are encouraged to attend and help with environmental programs in particular – Junior Youth Environment Forums, Tree Planting Days, Vegetable Gardens and so on. Parents are involved in the Milang Campus Advisory Committe. The committee’s main focus is:
To discuss the educational needs of the children and programs offered at the Campus
To become involved in community initiatives
To make recommendations regarding grounds and facilities development and facilitate working bees
To initiate fundraising initiatives to support educational programs at the Campus
- Office Hours
Monday to Friday: 8:30am – 4:00pm
- Strong school values of: Integrity, Co-operation, Respect, Care & Compassion, Participation and Responsibility
All welcome and free to attend
Tuesday mornings 9-11am at Milang Campus of Eastern Fleurieu School
Last modified: 13 June, 2018