Truscott Street Public School

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Telephone02 9878 1264

Emailtruscottst-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au

About our school

Truscott Street Public School is a welcoming school which provides strong academic, sporting and creative arts programs balanced with an emphasis on student welfare. The school is set in a quiet residential area and features landscaped grounds and gardens.

Within each student we endeavour to instil an enthusiasm for learning, a pride in personal accomplishment and strong self-esteem. The excellent behaviour and the positive attitude of students has been commended publicly by local media of late.

Truscott Street Public School was built in 1958 to cater for children of returned servicemen and women. The school is set in 1.8 acres of pleasant, well maintained grounds in a quiet residential area.

In 2004, we received a state-wide award for having a uniquely cohesive community. Truscott Street students benefit from our meaningful partnership with parents and local businesses.

The school community has developed a highly inclusive culture based on a commitment to equal rights and opportunities for all. We, as a community, believe we share the responsibility for ensuring that our students are well educated, happy and responsible young Australians.

Our continued successes and our caring and happy students, parents and staff illustrate the strengths of the school and community partnerships that exist.

Our values

As a school we value:

  • The achievements of all staff and students;

  • The individuality and capacity of all students to achieve their personal best;

  • Professional and dedicated teachers, committed to quality teaching and learning for all;

  • A safe and positive learning environment;

  • Parents and the community as partners in providing support and resources.

We believe learning is most powerful when:

  • Students are extended and challenged in a supportive learning environment;

  • Students are motivated to create meaning through relevant, practical and engaging experiences;

  • Students are valued as individuals and are encouraged to develop to their full potential as learners and citizens;

  • All students and staff strive to achieve their personal best in academic, physical and interpersonal pursuits - and their success is celebrated;

  • Teachers use a variety of assessment types to inform teaching and when

  • There is mutual respect, trust and quality relationships among all members of the school community.

Information guide

Our  A-Z Information guide (PDF 112KB) contains everything you need to know about Truscott Street Public School