Cessnock Public School is committed to developing the whole child - intellectually, physically, emotionally and socially. Individual student needs are met by the provision of "quality educational programs in a caring environment". Students are empowered, through the setting and monitoring of learning goals and social goals. Students, teachers and parents work together supporting each other in this process.
Student welfare and literacy programs are key features of the school. Welfare programs encourage students to make appropriate behavioural choices and take responsibility for their actions. Parental support is paramount. Literacy programs focus on improved outcomes for all students.
To learn more about Cessnock Public School and our future directions, see our School Plan (pdf 693 KB)
Our school lies on the historic meeting grounds of three proud Aboriginal Nations - the Awabakal, the Darkinjung and the Wonnarua. We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land and pay our respects to Elders past and present.
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