Elizabeth Park SchoolsElizabeth Park Schools


Student Absence/School Emergency notices
From 3/5/16, parents will be informed by mobile phone (SMS) each time their child is away from school.
Parents/Caregivers are advised that the school will be using Mobile phone (SMS) to send text messages to parents notifying unexplained absence. Or in the case of an emergency.

Welcome to Elizabeth Park Schools

Picture of Patrick Moran, Principal

Elizabeth Park Schools caters for an enrolment of approximately 350 students ranging from Preschool to year 7 as well as students in our Centre for Hearing Impaired (CHI) and Regional Special Class. The Elizabeth Park Schools community all work together to achieve the best possible learning for our students. We aim for students to become lifelong learners, develop positive values, respecting themselves and others, as well as having concern for one’s own well being. Our core values of care, respect and responsibility build the foundation for our students to achieve their full potential.

Schooling should have major impacts not only on the enhancement of knowing and understanding but also on the enhancement of character: intellectual character, moral character, civic character and performance character. We build on and foster this through these key beliefs:

I am proud of the professional staff, the students and the parents and families who make Elizabeth Park Schools a great place to learn and be, and invite you to become a member of our community.

Please contact us if you have any questions or comments. We would welcome the opportunity to share more of our programs and plans with you.

Patrick Moran


Picture of Patrick Moran, Principal

Year 3 students from Elizabeth Park Primary School visit fine dining restaurant Chloe’s

- The Advertiser

The Advertiser has sent 6 of our students to the fine dining restaurant Chloe's in Adelaide. Have a read and watch their reactions here