Linden Park Primary School is an International Baccalaureate school of choice shaped around 21st century learning that delivers excellence.
Linden Park has a diverse and inclusive international student population of 960 students from 70 different cultures and 90 staff. The school continues to maintain outstanding academic and co-curricular results that drive unprecedented demand for the school from overseas and Australia-wide.
Cultivating life-long learners
We believe that a child’s thirst for life-long learning begins in the early years of schooling through the fostering of an inquiring mind, a positive attitude, confidence, resilience and a growth mindset. Our students engage in inquiry learning processes as active global citizens. This is the essence of their engagement in our international education programmes that sustain challenge and rigour.
Learners with integrity
The school’s core values of Respect, Responsibility, Creativity and Diversity underpin the decisions and actions that impact on the education and wellbeing of our students. This develops learners who appreciate diversity and are resilient, innovative, collaborative, curious, creative and are committed to making a difference through their actions.
Strong foundations for success
We are a high performing school that sets a benchmark in education. Supported by a dedicated and committed leadership team, exceptional teachers and support staff and an engaged and professional governing council, Linden Park works largely autonomously, focusing its decision-making around the needs of its students and their preparation for high school and life.
At the heart of our school is an engaged, caring and collaborative community committed to supporting excellence and innovation through volunteering, community building, fundraising, upgrading the site, out of school activities and learning support.
School Context Statement (PDF 565KB)
2017 Site Improvement Plan (PDF 211KB)
2016 Annual Report (PDF 792KB)
Anti-Bullying Policy (PDF 230KB)
We acknowledge that we are meeting on the traditional land of the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains. We acknowledge Kaurna Elders both past and present and any Aboriginal people present today. We also recognise and respect the cultural and heritage beliefs and relationships the Kaurna people have with the land and recognise that this relationship is still significant for Kaurna people living today.