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Welcome to Ramco Primary School

Ramco Primary School is a small school with a family atmosphere. It is situated approximately 170 kilometres from Adelaide along the banks of the River Murray in the South Australian Riverland and serves a community that is dependent on agriculture and horticulture. 

Our current student enrolment is approximately 90, enabling closer relationships amongst students and staff as well as more individualised teaching and learning programs. We have a team of dedicated staff members, all of whom work together to provide the best possible learning environment for the students.

The school has a strong focus on ensuring students achieve high levels of functional English, Mathematics and Technology needed in today’s world. On-line learning and the use of ICT is incorporated into teaching and learning and all classrooms are adequately resourced. The specialist teaching domains of our school are Arts, Spanish language and culture and our focus on the Early Years. Intervention programs are an important part of the curriculum to support the needs of our learners.  

Ramco Primary School is also part of the Sustainable Schools Project. We have a life skills program that involves growing vegetables, keeping hens for eggs and recycling food waste. We have a worm farm and produce fertiliser for use in the school garden and we are working towards 'zero waste'. 

The Ramco Primary School staff and Christian Pastoral Support Worker, work closely with the students, their families and other agencies to develop strong relationships to improve learning outcomes for the whole school community. We offer family support and services, and we encourage life-long learning and involvement in all aspects of school life. 

We have a proud history and reputation of excellence and aim to nurture key qualities in each student and to provide students with a comprehensive educational program within a supportive and equitable environment.