Goulburn Public School is the oldest school in Goulburn and was established by the NSW Department of Education in 1868.
The school is set within attractive grounds with beautiful heritage buildings and continues to build upon its proud tradition of working with the community to provide the best possible learning outcomes for all students.
The school makes valuable use of its excellent facilities by offering a wide range of educational opportunities, with students and teachers working to ensure that everyone reaches their full potential while experiencing success within a happy and supportive educational environment. Meeting individual learning needs, effective use of computer technology, development of sporting skills, providing valuable cultural experiences and a positive approach to student welfare are features of the learning environment.
At Goulburn Public School we work with parents, members of the community and community groups to enhance the educational opportunities for our students, providing a learning setting which is positive, comprehensive, caring and stimulating.
Through commitment and professionalism of staff the school has an attractive, safe and tolerant learning environment. All students are given appropriate opportunities to fulfil their potential in the academic, sporting and cultural areas of development thus reflecting the school's motto " Learn to Live". This is shown in the conducting of a wide variety of academic strands of the curriculum, a variety of sport and fitness programs and the opportunity to participate in cultural activities of dance, band, verse speaking and public speaking.
The School Information Booklet (PDF 2303KB) is available for download here.