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School Day Structure

The school is serviced by Torrens Transit

and SouthLink buses.

The school day starts at 8.45am and finishes at 3.00pm.

For senior school students there is some flexibility in their
learning program, which is clearly explained to them by the
Senior School Management Team.


Authentic learning experiences are central to your students
education. At Reynella East College teachers offer the
following enrichment opportunities:
subject based excursions
development of survival skills through
Outdoor Education camps
learning to ski through an annual Ski Trip
overseas exchanges and trips to Japan, Germany and France.

Parents are valued as important partners
in student learning.
Parents and teachers are encouraged to communicate
about student progress by telephone, email, through the
Parent Portal (SEQTA) student diary and on information
and interview nights.
Parents can also assist in the school by:
contributing to committees, working parties and
the Governing Council
assisting in the canteen, the resource centre, coaching
sports teams, arts performances and in other school
activities as advertised via the school newsletter.
becoming a host family for International students.

School bus P, 712, 722, 723 and 733 to the

north and south
G21 to the east and west
other transport services come close to the school
and link through to the Old Reynella Interchange.

Department for Education and Child Development.

T/A South Australian Government Schools.
CRICOS Provider Number: 00018A

For full details of routes and times:

Phone 8210 1000

Our 2016 Secondary enrolment is 1250
students from years 8 - 13. Year 8
enrolments for 2017 will be capped at 245.
For full information on school zoning go to


Respect, Responsibility,
Integrity and Excellence.
These values are reflected in:
fostering student leadership and voice
teaching programs P-12
commitment to the achievement of success
for all students
active promotion of our values, especially
respect and responsibility.

For your convenience we also conduct

regular Principal Tours of our school.
If you would like to book a tour,
require further information,
or wish to arrange an appointment
with the Principal, Leadership
Team or Student Counsellors,
please contact us on 8329 2300.
Caroline Green
Deputy Principals
Clayton Disley (Years 8-12)
Assistant Principals
Dan Crispin, Bob Bastian & Alanah Cathro (Years 10-12)
Sue Richards & Heidi Godden (Years 8, 9)
Karen Church, Sue Matene & Margo Leatch (Years P-7)
63 Malbeck Drive,
Reynella East, SA, 5161
Telephone: +61 8 8329 2300
Facsimile: +61 8 8329 2319
Email: dl.1907.info@schools.sa.edu.au


TUESDAY 17TH MAY 2016, YEARS 8 - 12, 4 - 7.30PM

Reynella East College is an innovative and

exciting school offering families an education
for their children from Pre-School to Year 12.
The school has an extensive transition
program in place to support students
as they make the move from primary to
secondary school.
contact with each primary schools Transition Team
consisting of staff and students throughout the year
contact with our new students in their primary schools
throughout the year
two full day school visits to the high school to
experience introductory lessons at Reynella East
a home group based orientation program.
Sports Academy
Reynella East College offers a special focus Sports
Academy in a range of sports including Football, Netball,
Soccer, Volleyball, Basketball and Rugby. This is designed
to cater for gifted students and those who are passionate
about pursuing a pathway to elite sport.
Arts Academy
Reynella East College offers a special focus Arts Academy
in a range of areas including Music, Media-Arts (film
making), Drama, Visual Arts/ Design and Dance. The Arts
Academy has been established to cater for gifted students
and those who are passionate about pursuing a pathway
in the Arts.
Innovators Academy
Reynella East College offers a special focus STEM program
that encourages critical and creative thinking through
practical application of Science, Technology, Engineering
and Mathematics in partnership with industry and
universities. The Innovators Program caters for gifted
students and those interested in pursuing a career in
STEM related endeavours.
Students interested in applying for entry into any of
these Academies must meet certain criteria and follow
the schools application process. Further information is
available from the school.


Our middle years provides a positive
environment for supporting students
towards success.
The middle years program has:
Years 8 and 9 with nine Home Groups for each year level
across four Learning Communities
A range of structures to support effective learning,
social and emotional wellbeing, academic and interest
extension for all students
An interdisciplinary approach to delivering the curriculum
A technology program to support knowledge production
for all learners
A strong sense of local community and services

The school has:
state-of-the-art facilities which are well designed
and maintained
lift and ramp access for the physically disabled
extensive grounds which are attractively landscaped
computing, technology workshops, dance and drama
studio, music suites, gymnasium, a large resource centre,
science laboratories, commercial kitchen and health
services skills centre, hairdressing salon, automotive
workshop, construction trades training centre, outdoor
education, international learning centre.

Sporting/Outdoor Education programs:

Sports Academy
opportunities to participate in National Basketball and
Volleyball Championships
regular sporting activities including Knockout and State
aquatics, camping, P-12 Sports Day Carnivale
Extra Curricula activities:
Duke of Edinburghs Award Scheme Program
Premiers Reading Cup Challenge
Operation Flinders
Ski Trip
overseas exchange and trips to Japan, Germany and France
Senior First Aid
Trade Training Centres for Construction and Automotive
Commercial Kitchen
Health Services Skills Centre
cutting edge machinery including:
CNC equipment including Plasma Cutter, 3D printer and
Roland Mill
automotive manufacturing systems
simulation software for Electronics
Vocational Education:
member of the Southern Adelaide and Fleurieu Trade
Schools (SAFTS)
In-house Vocational Education (VET) courses:
Automotive (Cert I)
Dance (Cert 2)
Doorways to Construction (Cert I)
Engineering Pathways - Metal (Cert I)
Health Services Assistance (Cert III)
Hospitality - Kitchen Operations and Service (Cert I)
Pathway to Hairdressing (TBC)
Performing Arts:
Arts Academy
Performing Arts Centre and Film Making Studio
Visual Art and Design Studios with ceramic kiln
Music studio with keyboard laboratory and practice
Extra-curricular Whole School Production and Multi-Arts
Reynella East College concert band, music
ensembles and choirs
Regular Drama, Dance and Music performances
 throughout the year
Mini film festival and Reynella East College film making hub