On Thursday 25th October, Linden Park Schools hosted its inaugural Spring Art Fair. Students and staff worked collaboratively to create a wonderful collection of original works. As well as showcasing art work, numerous food stalls offered a variety of dishes for people to enjoy. A group of parents of students in the International Student Program ran a very popular Japanese food stall where they sold sushi rolls and curry to the many hundreds that attended the event. The food was absolutely amazing and a fantastic way to welcome international families into the community.
Profiling Linden Park Schools
Linden Park Schools is a popular junior primary school for young students wishing to study abroad. The school is located in the beautiful eastern suburbs of the Adelaide foothills just 15 minutes from the city centre, close to public transport, a large shopping complex and sporting and recreational facilities.
As an International Baccalaureate World School, Linden Park Schools offers a strong rigorous and challenging curriculum with a focus on international mindedness and global perspectives. The school has a strong International Student Program, supported by their English as a Second Language (ESL) program and a Korean bilingual support officer. French as well as Chinese and Greek for background speakers are taught at the school. If you would like to learn music, the school has a strong music program including choirs, instrumental tuition and a school orchestra.
Walking through the school, you will be amazed by the cultural diversity of the student population, the beautifully landscaped grounds and the extensive learning and support facilities including a performing arts centre, English language teaching centre, Middle School Years 6 and 7 complex, gymnasium, tennis courts, sports ovals and colourful playground areas.
Read their school profile for more information on student support services, sporting activities and special interest programs!