Currently our enrolments are fairly stable with our Junior Primary Classes set at a maximum of 26 children. This allows for better learning opportunities for all students in the Early Years when gaining the basics in Literacy and Numeracy are essential.
The Primary School have a maximum of 30 children per class with the Year 6/7 students experiencing Middle School methodologies.
At Flaxmill we have an excellent Special Needs Support Program catering for students experiencing learning difficulties. Our support staff is extremely skilled, professional and compassionate to the varied needs of these individuals.
|Flaxmill School Parent Information Handbook
Across the R-6 schools students experience a variety of programs:
- Coordination Program
- French Language
- SAPSASA Sports
- Nature Play Spaces
- Play Pods
- School Garden
- STEM Robotics Program
|27 Jan - 9 Apr
|27 Apr - 2 Jul
|19 Jul - 24 Sep
|11 Oct - 10 Dec
|31 Jan - 14 Apr
|2 May - 8 Jul
|25 Jul - 30 Sep
|17 Oct - 16 Dec
|30 Jan - 14 Apr
|1 May - 7 Jul
|24 Jul - 29 Sep
|16 Oct - 15 Dec
|29 Jan - 12 Apr
|29 Apr - 5 Jul
|22 Jul - 27 Sep
|14 Oct - 13 Dec
Enrol your child
Please contact the office for an enrolment pack and interview.
Out of School Hours Care
Our provider of OSHC is YMCA SA.
YMCA South Australia OSHC provides a Before and After School Care along with Vacation Care for school aged children 5-12 years on a casual and permanent basis.
OSHC provides a safe, fun and stimulating place for children to engage in structured, unstructured and educational activities that are specifically tailored to the child's interests and needs. Our friendly and experienced staff work hard to ensure your children are cared for in a welcoming, supportive and stimulating environment. We value the uniqueness and diversity of every child, and seek to support and empower them to reach their full potential. Our programs are structured in accordance with the National Quality Framework and are led by our highly trained educators.
At YMCA SA we consider the safety and wellbeing of children and other vulnerable people to be our highest priority.
To register your child in our OSHC or Vacation Care programs, view program information or catch up with the latest news:
|6:30am to 8:45am
|3:15pm to 6:00pm
School Governing Council
The functions of the School Council are:
- to ascertain the education needs of the local community, to education developments within the school, and to advise the Principals on these matters
- to advise the District Superintendent of Education of any improvements that the Council considers necessary to school facilities
- where the Ministerial grants are given to the school, in consultation with the Principals, determine the application of the money granted
- such other functions as are prescribed by regulations or determined by the Minister.
The School Governing Council is advised by a range of sub-committees:
- Out of School Hours Care