Established in 1902 as a day and boarding school for girls from Kindergarten to Year 12, Annesley was first known as Methodist Ladies College and consisted of 19 students.The College was originally located at Malvern before relocating in 1904 to it’s current home adjacent Greenhill Road at Rose Terrace, Wayville. It was not until 1977 that the College was re-named Annesley College following the amalgamation of the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational Churches.Annesley was named after Susanna Annesley, who was the mother of Methodist Church founder John Wesley. To this day, Annesley students continue to benefit from a rich educational history and the foundations of those early years.
Their Vision is nurturing creativity and curiosity in young learners to build resilient and empathetic global citizens ready for now and beyond.Annesley Junior School is a caring community, committed to genuine partnership with families.They deliver high quality inquiry-based learning within a Christian environment for girls and boys. They have a rich heritage, distinct focus on teaching values and a future focused on innovation.Annesley is proud to be a Uniting Church school.
At Annesley, their dedicated team has a clear focus on creating the best outcomes for our students, which includes their total wellbeing and learning from Early Years to Primary Years. They empower every student to become active and aware global citizens by instilling a passion for life-long learning as part of a distinctive value-based education. In doing so,they nurture our curious young learners to grow into self-assured, resilient and empathetic children ready for life beyond their primary years.
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