Who we are

Partnership: Central East

Open Access College embraces the rich diversity amongst our staff and students and actively ensures we provide a safe and inclusive environment free from discrimination and judgement. We welcome people of all gender and sexual orientation, race including colour, national or ethnic origin, age and disability. We are committed to upholding the laws governing discrimination and human rights and this is aligned with the Department for Education’s Public Sector Values, the Code of Ethics and the Public Sector Act 2009.

School Values:

Respect, Resilience, Responsibility and Inclusion

Teaching and learning at the College occurs through:

  • a blended approach of online, virtual classroom lessons in small groups
  • face to face opportunities eg workshops, excursions, camps, laboratory sessions
  • access to year level and subject specific web sites
  • custom designed support materials

Students can access a range of support from:

  • class teachers and advisory teachers
  • student well-being leaders, psychologist, social worker, youth worker and speech pathologist
  • learning support staff
  • targeted programs in literacy and numeracy

Our Campuses:

  • Marden Campus catering for students from reception to year 12, and adults
  • Port Augusta Campus catering for reception to year 7 students who are geographically remote

Learn more about our students by downloading the publications Student Stories and Celebrating our Students from the "Documents and Downloads" sidebar.

Last updated: 15 April 2024