Welcome

Ngutu  /  ŋttu
Kaurna word for knowledge

Ngutu College is an independent, not-for-profit, socially-just K-12 college based in Woodville North. Learning programs acknowledge and engage the individuality of all children and young people in an experiential environment in which Aboriginal knowledges are seamlessly integrated with the formal curriculum.

 

At Ngutu we provide options and opportunities for children and young people to achieve success through positive academic, vocational and community outcomes. Ngutu College operates with Aboriginal Cultures as its ‘soul’, young people as its ‘heart’ and the Arts as its ‘spine’.

 

We welcome you to join Ngutu College and participate in the myriad of learning pathways created for children and young people.

We would like to acknowledge that Ngutu College has been developed on Kaurna Country and in doing so, we honour the Kaurna people as the custodians of the land and the Elders – past, present and emerging, who are the custodians of the culture, education system and philosophy upon which the College has been founded.

Play based learning
Learning together. Design studio.
Music and the Arts

Vision and Values

Creativity    Hope    Duality

Empowerment    Sustainability

These are the principles for Ngutu’s redesign of schooling, to be genuinely equitable, culturally informed and authentically child-centred.

Ngutu College is a socially-just, non-denominational and independent organisation. From 2021 we offer Reception to Year 7, then Kindergarten to Year 8 in 2022, progressing year by year towards levels K-12 by 2026.

Holistic Learning

We design learning that provides...

A holistic, child-centred and experiential educational environment.

A diversity of opportunities for all children and young people that create options and strengthened pathways for achieving positive academic, vocational and community outcomes.

The Arts

Creative and Expressive

Disciplines

We facilitate curricula through a contemporary approach of ‘STREAMS’, developing the technical skills and knowledges of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics through authentic challenges that build collaborative Relationships; creativity and sensory connections of the Arts; and socially, environmentally and economically Sustainable systems to solve.

Lipman Karas

Dr Andrew Bills

(Flinders University)

Day Family

Trust

IT Solutions

Nigel Howard

(UniSA)

Contributors

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Tel: 0497 452 557
Email: admin@ngutucollege.org.au

Ngutu College

32 Audley Street

Woodville North 5012

Kaurna Country

Ngutu College

PO Box 152

Woodville 5011

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