Busy school schedule
Tocumwal Public provides all students with the opportunity to participate in extra curricular activities, including sporting, musical and science-based programs.
Senior students currently have the opportunity to participate in online competitions against students from across Australasia.
These competitions cover research skills, science (including lunchtime experiments) and current affairs.
Students also have the opportunity to be involved in public speaking competitions, Premier’s Reading and Spelling challenges and University of NSW assessments.
On the sporting front, TPS competes in many knock-out competitions like cricket, netball, AFL, soccer and softball.
Both the male and female softball teams regularly make it to the finals of the Riverina region, and we have already had a number students attend NSW PSSA State Carnivals so far this year.
Tocumwal Public School aims to provide students with as many opportunities as possible to enrich and motivate their learning.
Teachers gladly use their own time to provide these activities and are rewarded by the delight students show in the learning process.
Tocumwal Public students and staff take pride in their school, and this is shown in the friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Each year our classes take part in excursions, which this year have included a trip to Albury for a live show as well as visits to Sovereign Hill in Ballarat and Canberra to expand on studies back at school.
This week we are celebrating Education Week with many activities including a book fair, a leadership luncheon, a visit from a professional and school performance.
A special Education Week assembly will be held tomorrow afternoon, showcasing some of our amazing talent and also including the presentation of some special awards.
We welcome all new and prospective families to contact us to hear more about our wonderful school and what it can offer you and your children.
For all enquiries, please contact principal Darren White on 5874 2128.
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Ameila Locke painting the Rainbow Serpent in NAIDOC Week earlier this month.