Chittaway Bay Public School

Growing and Learning

Telephone02 4388 2188

About our school


Chittaway Bay Public School learning community is committed to a safe, positive, and inclusive learning environment, where all students are known, valued, and cared for. All students will strive to reach their full potential in all aspects of their education.

Chittaway Bay Public School is situated on the NSW Central Coast and is set in pleasant, rural surrounds. We are part of a very committed school community and have an executive, teaching, and administrative staff who are dedicated to providing quality education to all students.  

Our school has an enrolment of approximately 407 students. Student enrolment includes 10% Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and 9% English as an Additional Language (EALD). We provide a rich and inclusive curriculum, catering for a variety of learners and abilities. Our students are accommodated in 15 mainstream classes and 4 support unit classes.

Our school has an active and supportive P&C who work closely with the school to enhance the school environment and learning opportunities for the students. We also have a valued, consultative partnership with Kuriwa AECG.

Our school bases its policy and procedures on strong values and beliefs and has Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) strategies based on the core values: Responsible, Respectful, Safe, and Engaged.

We are a proud member of the Tuggerah Lakes Learning Community, a group of outstanding schools focused on providing a strong, rich K-12 experience. This affiliation gives both staff and students many opportunities to take part in activities and networks organised through the community and delivers excellent transition programs ensuring our students are settled, confident, and ready to learn when they move on to high school.

Opportunities are provided for students to be involved in a wide range of extracurricular activities in the areas of Creative and Performing Arts and Sports. These continue to include band, Koori Choir, ballgames, cricket, soccer, softball, AFL, touch football, and netball.