“Our vision is to become an exemplary, interdependent and compassionate learning community, where expectations are high and achievements extraordinary.”
Welcome to Athelstone School
To learn is to grow…
Athelstone School is located in the foothills of the Mount Lofty Ranges between the River Torrens in the north and the Black Hill / Morialta Conservation Parks in the south. Our school has very strong links to the community.
It is the mission of our school to create a safe and challenging environment, where all learners have the opportunity to develop high order skills and develop the knowledge, deep understandings and personal qualities necessary to flourish and succeed in life and work in the 21st century.
Athelstone School is committed to providing quality teaching and positive learning outcomes for all students. The students will engage in the curriculum and programs, which will enhance their growth as individuals and allow them to achieve their highest potential.
In providing a supportive teaching environment we are committed to:
• a relevant, purposeful and balanced curriculum
• a harassment free environment
• working collaboratively with parents and students
• the principles of social justice
• democratic decision making
Being my best at all times
Being a great role model and making good choices
Being kind to myself, others and the environment
Being honest and standing up for what I believe
Recent News & Events
Congratulations our Athelstone School Band who achieved a 'GOLD' placing at the 2018 ABODA Band Festival. The ABODA Band Festival is a wonderful opportunity for school bands to perform and compete against other schools in a friendly atmosphere offering both students...
2018 has seen many successes with our school volleyball teams. We have competed in SAPSASA events throughout the year. In August, Athelstone School competed in the Primary Schools Volleyball Carnival held at the Mars Sporting Complex where we were awarded the...
Harmony Day is about inclusiveness, respect and belonging for all Australians, regardless of cultural or linguistic background, united by a set of core Australian values. It was great to see so many students and staff supporting Harmony Day on Wednesday 21st March....