children at ngutu college with uncle moogy sumner

Stories

Welcome to our collection of stories, showcasing the diverse learning experiences at Ngutu College. Step into this virtual gallery and explore the remarkable journeys of our learners, capturing the essence of our educational philosophy and learning approaches at Ngutu College.

Learn the stories of our children and young people’s learning experiences at Ngutu College.

Ngutu College Opens Senior Building

Ngutu College Opens Senior Building

On Friday 10 May on Kaurna Country in Woodville North, South Australia we celebrated the official opening of the Ngutu College Senior Building attended by our young people, families, investors, and supporters,...

read more
The Story of our Kurlana Mural

The Story of our Kurlana Mural

In 2022 we were offered a generous donation by Tracey and Michael Whiting, to support the creation of major works of art in our college. It was decided the first artwork to be created would be a mural, the ideal...

read more
Ngutu Special Tea

Ngutu Special Tea

During 2022, children in Kalta Wardli in collaboration with Belinda from Brewed By Belinda created our very own Ngutu tea blend that reflects Ngutu College, its values, its heart and its community.Finding the...

read more
Dear Kudlyo

Dear Kudlyo

A performance to preserve a family’s story.Meeting Aunty Margaret Brodie During a College visit to Lartelare Park in Yertabulti (Port Adelaide) earlier this school year, we were deeply moved by a child who spoke...

read more
Thinking as a Geologist

Thinking as a Geologist

The world is not a rectangle...‘The World is not a Rectangle’ was our College-wide project work lens, and each group developed their understanding of scientific concepts differently within this provocation. The...

read more
The Minecraft World

The Minecraft World

Kuya children collaborated to build a digital worldThinking like a mathematician and a cartographer. Thinking as mathematicians and cartographers, Kuya children collaborated to build a Minecraft world of Ngutu...

read more
A Dancer like Mum

A Dancer like Mum

Developing choreography together.Finding Our Heart The Woodville Town Hall was the exquisite venue for 'Finding Our Heart' our end of year celebration. The stage was set, a real-life context for children who chose...

read more