With an excellent selection of quality schools to choose from, a Goulburn education is in a class of its own. Whether you are after private or state schooling, Catholic or special needs, there is something to suit every family here in Goulburn.
Bradfordville Public School – 10-30 Hampden Street (Kindergarten to Year 6)
Our closest primary school to Blakelys Run is an absolute beauty. A warm, welcoming and engaging place for kids to spend those ever-important childhood years.
The village is strong at ‘Braddy’ and your children and whole family will feel right at home. Bradfordville offers a full academic curriculum, as well as a range of events and special days through the year to make sure school is full of fun for all.
Mulwaree High School – 40 McDermott Drive (Year 7-12)
Mulwaree High School certainly offers something for everyone, from visual arts and live theatrical performances to academics and sport. Mulwaree offers the chance to take part in a range of academic competitions through the year and also runs a number of clever school initiatives, including a school op shop. Mulwaree have been the cross-country champions for 22 years running and have also had recent success in the regional athletics.
St Joseph’s Primary School – 101 Lagoon Street (Kindergarten to Year 6)
A Catholic Primary School, proud of its significant history, founded by the Sisters of St Joseph back in 1882. At St Josephs, several innovative teaching techniques are used, including daily practices to commit learning to long term memories. They also won’t allow any student to ‘fly under the radar’ academically or socially in the classroom, with students taking part in pair discussion and small group work to enhance student participation, especially helpful for more introverted students.
Trinity Catholic College – Clinton & College Streets (Year 7-12)
A co-educational Catholic secondary school, Trinity offers a range of extra-curricular activities with state-of-the-art facilities on campus, including with six ovals, swimming pool, diving facility, gymnasium, dance and drama studios and even a farm. They offer an academic extension program for gifted students, development of student leadership skills with emphasis placed on well-being, positive interactions, resilience and goals. Trinity is active in inter-school sport and is competitive across a range of activities.
Tambelin Independent School – 20 Fenwick Crescent (Kindergarten to Year 6)
Tambelin offers an education with an edge. Innovation and Here the school is split in to two classroom groups, Kindergarten to Year 2 and Years 3-6 giving students the opportunity to collaborate across age groups. They keep numbers small (the whole school is capped at 32 students only) so they can focus on each individual’s development giving extension or extra help where needed.
The Crescent School – Mount Street Goulburn (Kindergarten to Year 12)
A centre of excellence in learning for children with disabilities, offering a highly individualised teaching that addresses each student’s individual needs and interests in a welcoming school environment. In addition to literacy and numeracy, students also enjoy range of activities including sport, technology, cooking, dress up days, music and much more. In a flexible learning environment, The Crescent School aims to support the progress and achievement of every student and enhance their school experience.
There are many more early learning, primary and secondary schools close to Blakelys Run to choose from:
Lilac Early Learning
Imaginations Early Education
Jump Start Early Learning
Goulburn Academy of Early Learning
Reynolds Street Community Pre-school
Wollondilly Public School (K – Year 6)
Goulburn East Public School (K – Year 6)
Goulburn North Public School (K – Year 6)
Goulburn South Public School (K – Year 6)
Goulburn West Public School (K – Year 6)
Sts Peter & Pauls Catholic Primary School (K – Year 6)
Goulburn Public School (K – Year 6)
Goulburn High School (Year 7 – 12)
Charles Sturt University Goulburn Campus