Ungarra Primary School is a small, vibrant R-7 rural school located 80 kilometers north of Port Lincoln. We currently have 30 students enrolled at Ungarra Primary School. Our enrolment figures have been increasing over the past three years. Our school is split into two classes; Foundation – Year 3 and Year 4 – Year 7.
At Ungarra Primary School we have three teachers and five School Service Officer (SSO’s) who are all dedicated to providing our students with the quality teaching and learning in a safe and supportive environment. We work together to pursue excellence and ensure our students are striving to achieve their best.
We have a strong Literacy and Numeracy focus at Ungarra Primary School and our curriculum delivery is supported with programs such as STEM and The Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program. To support our strong Literacy and Numeracy focus students are split into 3 classes until recess. We offer our students a learning program that provides intellectual stretch for learners.
Ungarra Primary school has strong community connections beginning in our onsite Playcentre. The school provides many opportunities for student engagement across the Eyre Peninsula these include but are not limited to sport, camps and arts events.
Students at Ungarra Primary School are strongly supported by an active Parents and Friends and Governing Councill. 95% of students travel to school by a DECD bus from surrounding farms.
Our school values are Respect, Achievement, Integrity and Resilience.