Dunedoo Central School, Dunedoo

Name: Dunedoo Central School
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: Digilah St
Town: Dunedoo
Postcode: 2844
State: New South Wales
Region Western NSW
Phone: 6375 1489
Fax: 6375 1152
Email: dunedoo-c.school@det.nsw.edu.au
Website: www.dunedoo-c.schools.nsw.edu.au
Pupils: 233

Dunedoo Central School is a K-2 school which services a small but supportive and enthusiastic community. Many students live in town, with a significant number traveling to school by bus. 

Student come from varied backgounds, with the school having a commitment to proving the best opportunity for all students. Support programs allow those students with special needs to continue to develop their skills within a caring and supportive school environment. 

A broad secondary curriculum caters for the range of post-school options that our students are seeking. Traditional curriculum has been supplemented with a wide range of vocational education available to students at our school and through attendance at Mudgee campus of TAFE. 

Dunedoo Central School has made a commitment to the School to Work program to widen the opportunities available for an increasing range of student abilities and diverse post-school requirements.


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