Welcome to Oodnadatta Aboriginal School

Oodnadatta Aboriginal School is located at Oodnadatta near the western edge of the Simpson Desert in the far north of South Australia. The learning community is built on trust and respect. We believe that education is the cornerstone of the future; teaching and learning are a life long process. High expectations are set for all staff and students. The school aims to provide a balanced curriculum and has developed a specific literacy and numeracy plan.

A learning community built on trust and respect

About us

The remote township of Oodnadatta is situated 200km North East of Coober Pedy. It is approximately 1200km by road from Adelaide, including 200km on unsealed roads.

The Oodnadatta community consists of about 100 people. It has a general store, roadhouse and hotel.

Newsletters

Term 1, 2020

Newsletter - Week 5

(PDF, 1MB)

Key Documents

Annual Report

(PDF, 397KB)

Improvement Plan

(PDF, xxKB)

Cyber Bullying Policy

(PDF, 578KB)

Careers

Working at Oodnadatta

Currently we employ four teachers, two SSO’s and two Aboriginal Education Workers. Teaching positions are advertised through the Department for Education website: Teaching in SA

Contact Us

Oodnadatta Aboriginal School

Principal: Mr John Hamlyn

Phone: (08) 8670 7823
Email: dl.0324.info@schools.sa.edu.au
Fax: (08) 8670 7808

Address: Kutaya Tce, Oodnadatta SA 5734
Postal Address: c/- Post Office, Oodnadatta SA 5734
Education Office: Port Augusta Education Office
Partnership: Far North

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Oodnadatta Aboriginal School

Kutaya Tce, Oodnadatta SA 5734

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