Students enrolled at Ceduna Area School come from a wide geographic area and varied socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. We are geographically isolated and approximately 27% of our students travel by bus each day. The school is divided into three sub schools – Junior School (R-5), Middle School (6-9) and Senior Secondary (10-13)
Special Education support is available for identified students. APAS tutoring occurs in class for Indigenous students Reception to Year 12. MultiLit programs are also offered to identified students in each section to increase reading levels.
Assemblies are held each Wednesday morning where student and whole school successes are celebrated. Students are expected to contribute to development of classroom and yard rules, and have had input into the development of the Ceduna Area School Student Behaviour Management Policy and Procedures.
Class meetings are held regularly and students are encouraged to conduct these themselves. Two students are elected from each class to become members of the Junior, Middle and Senior SRCs. Senior SRC members serve on all the main decision making groups within the school and student participation is valued.
All students are allocated a home group and teachers provide a wide range ofopportunities for student support.A pastoral care program operates for 90 minutes per week which provides personal learning plan options and be active fitness programs.