Principal’s Message

Welcome to Illawarra Campus,

It is an honour to serve the Illawarra region since 1999 as an extension to Amity College in Sydney. Similar to other Amity College campuses, Amity College Illawarra is a co-educational school that serves students from Kindergarten to Year 6. Illawarra Primary offers exceptional education in the areas of English, Maths, Science, HSIE, PDHPE and CAPA, which is extensively taught throughout the scholastic year.

Amity College students participate in many school sports. Each term students are involved in different sports, such as martial arts, tennis, gymnastics and AFL. Our Sports Policy allows teaching staff to organise and develop many enjoyable social and sporting initiatives that are always enjoyed by all our students and promote the health and wellbeing of our students.

With two outdoor fields for sports, a gym and a mini basketball court, students are never short of recreational enjoyment. We are a colourful and vibrant school with our Folk Dancing Group who attends many multicultural festivals and other events. Our students are also involved in activities such as Clean Up Australia Day, Anzac Ceremony commemorations and Harmony Day.

As a school, we utilise the Amity Coolsis online information system that provides parents and students real time information on academic and behavioural progress of the student. Students and parents can access data at the same time of submission by the subject teacher.

Following in the tradition of Amity College’s academic excellence, Amity College Illawarra students achieved remarkable results in 2014 with more than fifty awards such as Distinction, Credit and Merit, awarded in ICAS. As the school has grown, so to have the initiatives to provide students with many diverse learning opportunities such as those offered by the Differentiated Learning Programs and the Music Program. With the current number of students at 170, Amity College Illawarra is a multi-cultural school, whose teaching staff are committed to building professional relationships with parents to help promote open, challenging and harmonious learning experiences where students can reach their individual learning expectations and outcomes.

Mehmet Aslan
Principal
Amity College, Illawarra K-10 Campus