Meningie Area School, Meningie

Name: Meningie Area School
Type: Primary and Secondary School
Address: 1 North Terrace
Town: Meningie
Postcode: 5264
State: South Australia
Region Hills Murraylands
Phone: (08) 8575 1106
Fax: (08) 8575 1368
Pupils: 300


Meningieis located a pleasant 150km drive from Adelaide on the shores of Lake Albert.Its name is derived from the Ngarrindjeri word for mud. Meningie AreaSchool  is an R - 12 school with a student population of 320 students. Adedicated team of staff and students work together to strive for steady improvementsas well as acknowledging excellent achievement. 

MeningieArea School provides its community with a modern, effectively managed schoolwhich:

Improves the learning outcomes for all of its students;
Acts as a resource to its wider community;

Offers a safe, stable and encouraging environment for all of its students;
Aims to achieve equality of opportunity and individual excellence.


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QTS for teachers qualified in Aus. and NZ

The Department for Education have now confirmed that as of April 1st 2012, teachers whom have qualified in Australia and New Zealand will now be recognised as qualified teachers and awarded Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in England without being required to undertake any further training or assessment.

As well as being eligible to work in the UK, overseas trained teachers (OTTs) will need to have a fully recognised teaching qualification and, in some instances, registration from their country of origin. Teachers can apply for UK Qualified Teachers Status (QTS) by completing the following form:

QTS Application for Teachers from Australia and New Zealand.

For more information on how to gain QTS as an overseas trained teacher please visit the Department for Education's website by clicking here.

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