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Tambar Springs Public School

Public School
Years K to 6
02 6744 2343
Mullaley-Coolah Road
Tambar Springs NSW 2381

Tambar Springs Public School is set in a beautiful location at the base of Mount Tambar, overlooking the picturesque Liverpool Plains.

It provides expansive grounds encompassing sporting fields, tennis court, shaded play equipment, chook yard, gardens and playgrounds. It has vibrant, flexible and safe learning spaces with extensive ICT networks embedded into teaching and learning, all within a caring small school environment.

Our school is devoted to equity and excellence in all academic, sporting, cultural and social endeavours and we aim to give our students the best opportunities available.

We provide an exceptionally well-resourced school with highly qualified and dedicated teachers who have a strong focus on offering students extra-curricular opportunities and challenges to support their interests including: specific interest groups, trampoline skills, kitchen, gardening, public speaking, music lessons, operational arts, excursions, technology and sports.

Student wellbeing is a large focus within our school. We deliver effective social and emotional programs as a proactive way to develop our student's self-worth, confidence, peer relations and mutual respect for others.

We strive to help every child achieve their potential and become successful learners, confident and creative individuals, and active and informed citizens.

Tambar Springs Public School highly values the important role of involving the wider community in our school. We are very fortunate to have many active community links within our school and our strong relationships create an atmosphere of respect, value, pride, compassion and reward.

Tambar Springs Public School has a proud history as a school always striving for excellence.

It has been ‘Educating students since 1880, ready for the future.'

Tambar Springs School is a picturesque school situated at the base of Mount Tambar overlooking the Liverpool Plains, where quality teaching and learning occurs in a safe and caring environment. Programs have been developed to promote the school tradition and culture where the wearing of school uniform, recognition of special events, formal assemblies and election of school leaders are valued by students, staff and community members.

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