Welcome to Auburn Primary School

Auburn Primary is a small school located in the town of Auburn, approximately 150 kilometres north of Adelaide and 25 kilometres south of Clare, the closest regional centre. Auburn is a small town surrounded by broad acre cropping properties and vineyards supporting local wineries, the main industry in the area. Auburn’s students are drawn from the township itself and surrounding properties.
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Auburn Primary School

Auburn Primary School

Auburn Primary School is a small rural school in the Clare Valley of South Australia.

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Melrose here we come!

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I wish I was going, have heaps of fun kids & I can’t wait to hear all about it. Mrs G x

Have fun kids I’m sure you will I loved going as helper on school camps Max 😊😊

Have a great time.

good to see my fellow naughty group continuing the back seat tradition!

Have lots of fun kids!! 🙂

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2 weeks ago
Auburn Primary School

Wishing Miss Pudney and Steve the most magical wedding day today.
Soon to be Mr & Mrs Rusca!
xxx
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Love my beautiful school and community Thank you for making me feel so loved 🤍

Congratulations Kiara Pudney !

"Nothing is more important to our shared future than the wellbeing of children. "
~ Hillary Clinton ~

And we couldn't agree more.

Today, our Kids' Council facilitated the term's fundraiser for the Kade Macdonald Foundation. Their initial conversations for the fundraiser started with a child proposing mental health and Beyond Blue, with strong support for a wellbeing focus which quickly identified the local foundation as a worthy cause.

And so today, we all wore blue to raise awareness for child and adolescent mental health and wellbeing, raising over $60 for the Kade Macdonald Foundation. Now, this might not seem much to many, but we have just 27 students who were only asked to donate a gold coin. They clearly wanted to do more, and they did! Students wore blue casual clothes and actively helped promote the cause by displaying their name and/or a message on our oval bench seat for all to see.

If our bright blue wrapped bench sparks even just one important conversation for a child who needs help, then it's worth our time.

#youmatter #wellbeingfirst #activeandinformedcitizens
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Nothing is more important to our shared future than the wellbeing of children.  
~ Hillary Clinton ~

And we couldnt agree more. 

Today, our Kids Council facilitated the terms fundraiser for the Kade Macdonald Foundation. Their initial conversations for the fundraiser started with a child proposing mental health and Beyond Blue, with strong support for a wellbeing focus which quickly identified the local foundation as a worthy cause.  

And so today, we all wore blue to raise awareness for child and adolescent mental health and wellbeing, raising over $60 for the Kade Macdonald Foundation.  Now, this might not seem much to many, but we have just 27 students who were only asked to donate a gold coin. They clearly wanted to do more, and they did! Students wore blue casual clothes and actively helped promote the cause by displaying their name and/or a message on our oval bench seat for all to see. 

If our bright blue wrapped bench sparks even just one important conversation for a child who needs help, then its worth our time. 

#youmatter #wellbeingfirst  #activeandinformedcitizens

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thankyou you Briony Miller, this is fantastic and a fabulous message to all our beautiful youth. KMF is extremely grateful xxx

Meg Mac

FREE to a home that needs them!
(Of course, a small donation is always appreciated if you'd like).

Collection from oval shelter at your convenience.
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FREE to a home that needs them! 
(Of course, a small donation is always appreciated if youd like).

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1 month ago
Auburn Primary School

✏LITERARY AWARDS📃

Congratulations to our budding authors who received awards in this year's Max Fatchen Literary Awards!

Each class studied 2 or 3 different styles of poetry before students selected the style they liked most, and created a piece of poetry independently on the theme: France - Paris, the city of light.

Place awards were presented by former principal and competition coordinator, Peter Lane, as part of Frenchfest yesterday; with monetary prizes generously donated by local sponsors - Taylor's, Mount Horrocks, and Grosset wines.

The smiles on their faces tell the rest of the story!
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✏LITERARY AWARDS📃

Congratulations to our budding authors who received awards in this years Max Fatchen Literary Awards! 

Each studied 2 or 3 different styles of poetry before students selected the style they liked most, and created a piece of poetry independently on the theme: France - Paris, the city of light.

Place awards were presented by former principal and competition coordinator, Peter Lane, as part of Frenchfest yesterday; with monetary prizes generously donated by local sponsors - Taylors, Mount Horrocks, and Grosset wines. 

The smiles on their faces tell the rest of the story!

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Well done great work 👍

🇨🇵 FRENCHFEST 🇨🇵

It's all systems go at our market stall today in Auburn! So proud to be selling all the wonderful bits and pieces made entirely by students for their community.
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What a wonderful school we have in Auburn! Its the people that make it. And these kids rock!!!!

Looks like not only a great display but wonderful learning opportunities too

They've done an amazing job!

Well done team Auburn xx

Looks amazing Kiara Pudney ❤️

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