The Essington School Darwin
The Essington School Darwin is an Australian school with a difference. It is a parent owned, non-denominational, co-educational school known nationally for its innovative programs and outstanding success in national and international assessments. The school originated in the early 1980s as a Montessori Kindergarten catering for children from three to five years of age.In 2000 the school has expanded to offer a program from Kindergarten to Year 10. The school’s vision takes a holistic approach to education that ensures an effective and challenging educational program, which is based on the individual needs of the child with the emphasis being placed on the recognition of differences between children.
The Essington School Darwin currently offers high quality child care, preschool, early childhood, primary, and middle school programs, and a unique senior secondary program at it’s Senior College. The Essington School Darwin has single year classes. Class sizes are small. The school provides a positive, nurturing environment in which children are encouraged to pursue their potential. In line with its philosophy, The Essington School Darwin provides a fully inclusive program, catering for children with a diverse range of needs. The school seeks to offer an international education and curriculum experience for its students by extending the local curriculum. The School offers a seamless educational program from its two child care centres, Preschool, Early Years Program, Junior School, and Middle School through to its expanding Senior Secondary program.
The Essington School Darwin is located in Rapid Creek which is approximately ten kilo meters from Darwin in the Northern Territory of Australia.
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