Urrbrae Agricultural High School is the only comprehensive special interest agricultural secondary school in South Australia. It is recognised as a centre of excellence in student learning with a focus on agriculture, technology and the environment. Established as an Agricultural High School in 1932, it has continued to educate South Australian secondary students in an agriculturally focussed curriculum to the present day. It is also recognised as a focus school in environmental education, landcare and technology. These subjects are integrated across the school curriculum. Alongside these specialist subjects, Urrbrae students study the normal range of secondary school subjects except languages other than English, or can choose from the specialised certificate courses at senior school level.

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FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Student Performances and Community Involvement

In the last few weeks I have attended various functions in which Urrbrae has a degree of involvement eg the Year 12 Drama Production, The Trade Schools of the Future VET Presentation, The Royal Adelaide Show, Kids Teaching Kids activities at the Wetland and the Urrbrae Cabaret.

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Cybersmart Outreach

Internet Safety Awareness Presentation for Parents
Wednesday 22nd October
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Urrbrae Agricultural High School Hall


Presented free of charge by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), and covering issues such as:

  • The ways children use the internet and emerging technologies

  • Potential risks for children online, such as cyberbullying, identity theft, inappropriate contact and exposure to inappropriate content

  • Tips to help children stay safe online

   

Important Dates

17th October   Children's Week Launch
21st October   Finance Committee
...   School Council
23rd October   Last day Year 12 lessons
24th October   Year 12 Breakfast
29th October   Year 8 & Year 9 boys Immunisations

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MEMORIAL GROVE PROJECT

We are currently doing work on the Memorial Grove on the Eastern side of the school oval.

History of the Memorial Grove:
Not long after the school was opened in 1932 a large number of students were involved in World War II. 18 of these lost their lives in various countries and in 1946 a grove of Arizona Cypress (Cupressus arizonica) trees was planted near the school on 26 July as a memorial to those students who died. This grove now forms the western edge of the school oval.
2 students who fought in the Vietnam war also lost their lives and they are commemorated in the grove with Lone Pine trees (Pinus alleppo).
This year 2014 we are commemorating those Urrbrae students who made the ultimate sacrifice for their  country. 10 of the trees are being replaced  in a tree planting ceremony to coincide closely with Anzac Day

As part of the project, existing plaques to commemorate members who served in both the Royal Australian Air Force in World War 11 and Vietnam are being restored.  We are seeking the relatives of the following:  Graham A Grant  (RAAF), David Underwood (RAAF), Geoffrey Burgan (RAAF), Robert G Wesley-Smith (RAAF), David W Petch (RAAF), Keith W Gratton (AMF), Leonard Whibley (RAAF), Peter M Piggot (AMF) and Peter F Newman(AMF).

If you have any information please contact David Kempe, S&E Teacher, at the school on 8372 6955 or email:
david.kempe244@schools.sa.edu.au

1:1 Computer Access

Urrbrae Agricultural High School has a strong focus on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) that fosters a climate of inquiry and enables successful global citizens in the 21st century. ICT is a significant feature in the school’s strategic plan and the school has invested heavily to support this vision.

In 2013 Urrbrae built upon this foundation with the introduction of the 1 to 1 Computer Access policy. This policy has 3 modes of providing laptops to students:

1. The Recommended Laptop Bundle

The Recommended Laptop Bundle for 2014 is the Acer Aspire V5 Ultrabook.
The bundle can be bought outright or there are finance options available via the dedicated portal at http://uahs.ippartners.com.au. Use the green “Sign Up” button at the top right hand corner of the screen to create an account.

2. Bringing Your Own Device

3. Using the School Supplied Laptops

 

Student Services

Fridge Calendar - 2014

Positive Parenting Seminars available through the Effective Living Centre in 2014

BRINGING NAPLAN HOME: The results and your child

SCHOOLKIDS BONUS

Christian Pastoral Support Worker (PDF File)

*** Parking at Urrbrae ***

When dropping off and collecting students, parents are asked to use the car park adjacent to Student Services on Fullarton Road, as this car park is likely to be less congested than the main southern car park between Block A and the farm.  The Student Services car park is easily accessed from Fullarton Road via gates A and B. 

Parents and students are reminded that there is no parking for Urrbrae available at the Waite Campus on Fullarton Road, even for dropping off and collecting students.  At this time of the year, many of the large trees under which cars have recently parked are highly stressed.  Several have dropped limbs without warning following the January hot weather; please do not place yourself, your child or your vehicle at risk by parking in this area.

Cassie Dickeson

Assistant Principal Student Wellbeing

 

School Context Statement

Annual Report - 2013

Principal's Report to AGM - 2013

Chairperson's Report to AGM - 2013

 

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