Hurstville South Public School has outstanding educational facilities and has provided the local community with high quality education for over 100 years. Hurstville South Public School has an enrolment of over 500 students with 85% from Non-English speaking backgrounds. There are over 30 language backgrounds represented in our student body with 53% of these students from a Chinese background.
Our whole school Mandarin cultural program includes Languages other than English (LOTE) for non-native Chinese speakers and Community Languages other than English (CLOTE) for native Chinese speakers.
Our dedicated staff are committed to using evidence based practices to maximise student outcomes in all learning areas. This is demonstrated by the high growth scores our students achieve in literacy and numeracy assessments.
Students who need additional support in literacy and / or numeracy benefit from an established learning support program which includes a Learning Support Teacher and English as an Additional Language or Dialect teachers (EaLD).
Students can access a wide range of activities including band, choir, dance, sport, public speaking and film making.
Hurstville South Public School has inclusive wellbeing programs which include Harmony Hub and student leadership programs which enhance our school culture.
Our supportive school community enthusiastically participate in student led conferences and attend school events. The Hurstville South Public School P&C are a dedicated group of parents who support our school effectively. Recent projects include new play equipment and air conditioning.
To support our parents, an independently run Before and After School Care service operates on the site. During school holidays vacation care is also available.