The school has multiple teams that play in the North West Junior Soccer Association competition during Terms 2 and 3 each year.
We are grateful that these teams are supported by parent coaches and managers. Families will be contacted in Term 1 regarding sign up information. For any further information on this please contact Michael Gill (Health and Physical Education Specialist Teacher) via phone on (08) 8447 1924.
Alberton Primary School students in Years 2 – 6 are provided the opportunity to participate in an after-school netball competition held during the winter season (terms 3 and 4). The competition is open to teams in Years 2/3, 4/5, and 6, with games taking place on Wednesday and Thursday after school at St. Clair Recreation Centre. Players practice during break times at school, with focus on developing fundamental movement and netball skills, while working together to display our school values and having fun.
If you would like further information on school netball, please contact Michael Gill (Specialist Physical Education Teacher) through our school contact details.
School of Languages
Alberton Primary School hosts the Adelaide School of Languages and their French, Spanish and Chinese classes for Primary School students (R-6). The classes are taught by specialist language teachers and are open to students from all surrounding schools.
- Thursday 3:30 -5:00pm
French R-4, Spanish R-6, Chinese R-6
- Thursday 3.30 – 5.30pm
French Yr 5-9
Contact the School of Languages for more information
Phone: 8301 4800
The Alberton Primary choir provides students in years 4-6 with another way to engage in music and performing arts. The choir is a part of the Primary schools music festival held annually in September which gives students the opportunity to perform with over 300 other government schools at prestigious venues in a showcase of their practice and development as soloists and a choir.
Alberton Primary School has formed an ensemble band to include children from year 4-6. This program operates one afternoon per week, with a qualified band teachers.
The Instrumental Music Program is funded through The Department for Education, to provide high quality instrumental music lessons to students in year 4 and above. External teachers facilitate group instrumental lessons weekly during school time and are free of charge to students/families. Lessons currently offered at Alberton include Percussion (including drum kit), Brass (trumpet, Trombone, French Horn) and Woodwind (clarinet, flute, saxophone).
Please contact Jess Joseph, Specialist Arts Teacher if you are in year 4 and above and would like to start instrumental lessons in term 3.
Specialist Art Program
The Specialist Art Program has been a long-standing highlight of the Visual Arts program at Alberton.
The program provides students passionate about Visual Arts, an opportunity to develop their skills in a range of techniques and media, culminating in an exhibition during Term 4 to celebrate their learning.
The Specialist Art Program is open for children in Year 3-6 and is an after-school commitment, held on Wednesdays from 3:10pm – 4:00pm during the school term.
Please contact Garth Cochrane, Specialist Visual Art Teacher, for any further information.
SAPSASA stands for South Australian Primary School Amateur Sports Association.
Alberton Primary School participates in SAPSASA through the Port District. There are 40 Districts in South Australia of which 22 are country districts.
Students in Year 6 are invited to try out for several different District sporting teams over the course of the year. These include softball, football (AFL), soccer and netball to name a few. Other SAPSASA events include Swimming and Athletics Carnivals for students in the age categories of 10yr, 11yr, 12yr and 13yr old events. This year Alberton competed in the annual District Athletics Day Carnival in the Small Schools category and finished a creditable 2nd.
Our school has had a regular involvement in SAPSASA sporting events, and we look forward to continuing this in 2022.
- SAPSASA Soccer
- SAPSASA Netball
- SAPSASA Basketball
- SAPSASA Football
- SAPSASA Hockey
- SAPSASA Volleyball
The Smith Family is an Education charity that has supported communities in Australia since 1922 and operates in over 94 communities Australia wide. The Learning for Life Program supports families whose children attend Smith Family Partner schools in the Western suburbs. Financial assistance can be received through participation in this program for school related expenses for up to 4 children per family. Learning for life scholarships are only arranged via referrals from partner school’s designated person (Christine Vlass – Wellbeing Leader) and are linked to excellent attendance. Scholarship families are supported through a range of literacy programs and opportunities from the early and primary years through to senior years and tertiary scholarship opportunities.
For more information on Smith Family scholarships and opportunities please contact Christine Vlass and strict eligibility criteria applies to all Learning for Life Scholarships.
Trees for Good
“So, Mindful Mentors – you are probably thinking, what are they and what do they do? We are a group of Aboriginal Learners that have been working together with Christine on mindfulness and gratitude. We work closely with the Calvary Hospital and present to them the skills we use to become grounded, mindful and ready to learn. We also have worked with Calvary over the last 2 years and made (over 30!) Care Packs for Calvary Staff and Christmas Elf Projects. We love learning about and sharing our Culture, and working with Calvary Adelaide”