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Annangrove Public School

Annangrove Public School

Educational excellence and innovation in a unique, caring school.

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School History

Annangrove Public School opened in 1895 with 28 students.  The school sits on beautiful grounds with our very own nature trail. The school has seen many changes throughout the years but also keeps it's charms of the yester year.

The Old school Bell, remains at our school and is used to farewell our Year 6 students when they reach the end of their primary years.




A poem by Georgina Foster.

The Bell

I was made in England, far away,                                             

A country I still remember to this day.

I was taken onboard as the bell of the ship,                             

I travelled round the world on many a trip.

Then while in a port one day there came,                               

When I was given to a man, Johnstone was his name.

He put me in a cupboard until one day,                                   

I was donated to a Church not far away.

Twice a month on Sunday I rang for all to hear,                     

Twice a month I rang both loud and clear.

Then one day, I was taken from my home,                             

To a place in Kenthurst to live all alone. 

At last I was moved from that place so cool,                         

To a Happy place called Annangrove School.

Now I sit in the Library, in total rest,                                         

And watch the children as they read with zest.