Edgeworth Heights Public School is proudly part of a quality public education system in which the overarching objective is to provide opportunities for all students to achieve learning outcomes and reach their potential.
Our school purpose is to provide a quality, meaningful education within a safe and supportive learning environment. With a further focus on high performance and effective leadership, it is the goal of the school to prepare all learners to be successful on their journey through life.
The school's motto, "Quality, Care and Commitment…Where All Students Succeed" reflects this charter.
Edgeworth Heights Public School's greatest assets are its:
dedicated and enthusiastic teachers demonstrating excellent pedagogy
students at the centre of a purposeful curriculum
wonderful tolerant and diverse school community
student engagement in a futures driven agenda where they develop their knowledge, understanding, ways of working and skills needed for learning and working in today's digital world.
Edgeworth Heights Public School provides a dynamic educational experience for students that enable them to become independent, creative and connected lifelong learners.
Our academic programs are focused on building students' foundational skills, attitudes and values to ensure they achieve their individual potential. Literacy and numeracy skills are taught explicitly as well as embedded in Edgeworth Heights Public School's extended curriculum.
Edgeworth Heights Public School is committed to providing a safe, respectful and disciplined learning environment for students and staff, where students have opportunities to engage in quality learning experiences and acquire values supportive of their lifelong wellbeing.
Edgeworth Heights Public School is committed to providing opportunities and an environment, "where all children can succeed". We achieve this through: creating a safe, caring and supportive school environment; quality teaching in an attractive and enjoyable learning environment that supports on-going staff development; the provision of a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum; the provision of individualised programs to address identified needs; actively seeking parents to be engaged in student learning.