Studying abroad in a South Australian government school will give you the experience of learning English, participating in interactive educational activities and making friends with young Australian primary school students. Your parent or guardian will be invited to participate in school and community activities where they will make friends and contacts to help with living in a new cultural environment.
Primary school starts in Reception, for children who are 5 years of age, and finishes in Year 7, when children are 12 or 13 years of age.
The Primary School Program is available for students studying for longer than one year. You can commence your studies at any point from Reception to Year 7 and then continue your studies as part of the High School Graduate Program in a South Australian government school.
If you will only be studying for one year or less, then you can enrol in the Primary School Study Abroad Program.
Contact South Australian Government Schools to find course entry requirements.