Tea Gardens Primary School Off To A Flying Start Myall Coast Myall Coast News by News Of The Area - Modern Media - March 3, 2021 Nixon, Talen, Elsie, Tia and Sunny from Kindergarten proud to show off their books! THERE has been a lot happening in 2021 so far at Tea Gardens Public School and this year many students are really appreciating school. Principal Mark Clemson told News Of The Area, “Tea Gardens Public School has commenced in a really positive manner for 2021. “Each year, we celebrate the start of the “big” school journey by providing all our Kindergarten students with a book.” Advertise with News of The Area today. It’s worth it for your business. Message us. Phone us – (02) 4981 8882. Email us – [email protected] This week the school celebrated this milestone of 7 years of Primary School at an assembly. The school and all its students are pleased to have given a big welcome to the 27 students that started Kindergarten this year. The School has been planning solidly for their 2021-2023 School Improvement Plan. Substantial initiatives to improve attendance, student’s sense of belonging and ensuring equity for all are ongoing focus areas for school improvement. The school recently held its annual swimming carnival with Junior Champions Liam Mitchell and Lily Fidden joining Senior Champions Rory Ingram and Grace Ehlefeldt. The 11 Years Champions were Harry Webb and Matilda Fidden. The School Houses competed hotly at the carnival with Tomaree taking out the win with 236 points beating out Corrie on 132 points followed by Stephens on 129 points and Yacabba on 95 points. The school was represented at the Port Stephens Zone swimming carnival with Lily Fidden coming second. Lily will go on to represent the school and zone at the Hunter Swimming Carnival in the 10 years 50m freestyle event. By Marian SAMPSON Kindergarten group with their books. Tea Gardens Public School Swimming Carnival Age Champions.