Singleton Public School

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About our school

About our school - School Information

Transcript from Singleton Public School Welcome Video


Singleton Public School provides quality education programs and quality teaching by highly educated, skilled and dedicated staff.

We also provide a safe and nurturing learning environment that develops respect, understanding and responsibility.

Our school is responsive and flexible in meeting the needs of all our students and the local community with a broad range of subjects and excellent educational programs.

For more information download:

Our prospectus (PDF 475 KB)

School Information Booklet

Kinder 2024

The school is able to register names of all 2024 Kindergarten students. If you would like to start your child at school next year, please contact the school office to record your interest. Full details of information evenings, transition days and enrolments forms have been sent out at the end of Term 2 to all names on the school’s register.

Please see the link below for the Dates to Remember information sheet included in our information packs:-

Dates to Remember 2024


Singleton Public School is one of the oldest in NSW, having been established on the Hunter Street site in 1856. The first permanent building was erected here in 1858. The oldest existing building on the site was built in 1876 (Kindergarten), with a further building (Year 6) opened in 1886. The previous administration block was constructed in 1910 following demolition of the 1858 building.

In the early 1950s, an additional site on the Pelerin Estate (King Street) was purchased. Buildings were opened on this site in 1964. Further buildings were opened at King Street in 1970.

By 1976, the enrolment at Singleton Public School had reached over 1000 pupils, housed on the two separate sites.

Because of the rapid growth of the town, it was decided to divide Singleton Public School into two separate primary schools. This occurred in 1979 with the establishment of King Street Public School at the King Street site, incorporating the South Singleton Infants and Singleton Public School at the original Hunter Street site.

In 1995 the school playground was expanded with the addition of the property at 10 Hunter Street.

In 2002 a further acquisition by the Department of Education and Training saw "The Parsonage" cottage at 8 Hunter Street added to the western side of the school property. This is now the school's administration building and the site of the school office.

Educational Programs

The Singleton Public School community is very proud of the educational programs that we have to offer. Some of these include the following features:-

  • A rich teaching and learning program which provides for the range of abilities and interests of students across all grades and classes
  • Home Reading Program
  • Literacy and Numeracy Intervention teachers who works with students K-6
  • A wide selection of sporting opportunities for children in Years 3-6; daily PE Programs across all classes
  • A school band supported by the P&C with specialised music tutors for individual tuition
  • Debating and Public Speaking
  • Choir/Vocal Movement Ensemble for students in Years 3-6 and music program for K-2
  • Targeted programs in Science and the Arts
  • Outstanding educational programs and individual support for students with disabilities both within mainstream classrooms and the Special Education Support Unit
  • Environmental Education and an outstanding school garden where students grow and harvest produce for the school community
  • State of the art technology including interactive CommBoxes, a computer lab, laptops and tablets with Wi-Fi connectivity and a connected classroom for video conferencing
  • Transition to School Program and Orientation Days for the incoming Kindergarten children
  • A cultural program which supports the identity and traditions of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and also involves our community members
  • A range of activities, events and open days which encourage parents and grandparents to participate in their child’s education