We are very pleased and excited to advise the community of significant developments in the delivery of our Strategic Plan, relating to our fourth strategic priority “An innovative and integrated learning environment”. Master Plan & New Middle School We are pleased to release the School’s Facilities Master Plan, outlining our intent to develop the c...
A team of three Pulteney Year 11 Chemistry students have recently been declared the winner in the National Grand Final of The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Australian National Titration Competition. Congratulations to Neha Athreya, Daisy Bai and Sophie Radford on their victory.This competition is held annually by The Royal Australian Chemical...
The Pulteney Grammar Tournament of Minds team consisting of Madison Schubert, Fraser Brion, Christian Bizot, Emma Neuhaus, Eliza Button, Oscar Mitchell and Riley Brion represented South Australia at the Australasian Pacific Finals in the Gold Coast, Queensland from the 13 to the 16 October. The team competed in the Engineering and Mathematics secti...
City Week runs for much longer than a week but in the last seven days, the Year 9students have certainly been actively involved in refining and finalising their grouppresentations. Wednesday night’s Expo unfortunately had to be postponed due tothe state-wide power outage. However it has been wonderful to see parents andguests visiting this morning ...
Pulteney’s Debating teams recently who competed in the Grand Finals on Saturday 24 September at Parliament House. The competition has been excellent this year, with Debating SA reporting that a record 215 teams from 52 schools have participated this year. The Year 9 Blue Team consisting of Tom Clapp, Olivia Cameron and Jake Reedman, with Zach Nicho...
Girls Invent! Today we had Dr Mark Glazebrook who is an innovator, inventor and business leader, give a two hour workshop inspiring and empowering a group of 25 girls to invent. He explained that they have super powers such as passion and observation which will help them to create inventions. He also went through a table of items and asked them to ...
Congratulations to Isaiah Fabbro year 11 who on Friday 20 May won the State Grand Final of the 2016 Auction Idol competition. Isaiah has competed in the competition for the past two years and over that time has developed his confidence and ability to think quickly on his feet and use public speaking skills to a very high level. Isaiah has represe...
At our school assembly on Tuesday 17 May, Pulteney Grammar School was the second school in SA to be presented with a Kaurna Shield from Jack Buckskin, a Kaurna elder. Jack conducted an ochre Ceremony, painting all 1000 plus students with ochre on their arrival and explained the 'Welcome to Country' and Kaurna acknowledgements during the assembly. O...
See the footage from the ABC TV News feature on our student visitors from Mfuwe in Zambia here on a conservation exchange. Here is the ABC TV News story that ran on their first visit to Adelaide Zoo. ABC TV News Story
THE colour of underwear, the thickness of stockings, skirt lengths and even the size of jewellery are among exacting uniform standards students must adhere to, a Sunday Mail survey of 30 public and private schools has found. Read more. Photo courstesy of The Advertiser