Wilmington Primary School is set in the
Beautiful Valley in the lower Flinders Ranges.
It offers individualised learning programs with the flexibility that a small school can offer. The school is committed to creating a culture of continuous learning and improvement.
The school has a strong teaching focus on literacy and numeracy and a current focus on gardening, through the propagation of saltbush and other plants.
There are flexible transition programs for children moving through junior,
upper classes within the school. Wilmington Primary School is an integral part of the local community, with students taking part in a variety of activities including after school sports and community fundraisers and making a significant contribution to the local show society.
The school's staff maintains close links with community groups and other agencies throughout the region, reflecting the school's importance to the local community. Students are also encouraged to contribute to the decision making processes within the school through the Student Representative Council, which meets fortnightly and has two new representatives each term from each class.