Pilgrim School Tours
Join us at our next School Tours:
Saturday 3rd June, 10am
Saturday 1st July, 10am
Please contact us on 8270 3033 or by clicking here to book a tour.
Come and see the difference!
To arrange an alternative time to be shown through Pilgrim School,
please contact us by emailing our Registrar or phoning the school on 8270 3033.
Pilgrim School - a wise choice.
Pilgrim is currently a single-stream Reception to Year 7 school, which aims to provide the highest quality Christian education.
Our school is part of an amazing campus, with excellent facilities that start at preschool level, including a state-of-the-art Performing Arts Centre, where worship is held every Tuesday and Thursday morning. The academic standards at Pilgrim are high and we work in partnership with parents to achieve the best results for each child.
Pilgrim celebrated its 30th Anniversary in 2012 and every year it has been known for the high level of Christian care for children and their families.
A hallmark of our Year 7 graduates is that they are trained to be leaders and they move onto local secondary schools as confident, responsible and caring young people.
Pilgrim School has students from a variety of suburbs, including Aberfoyle Park, Flagstaff Hill, Happy Valley, Woodcroft, Morphett Vale, Clarendon, Cherry Gardens and O'Halloran Hill, extending out to Hallett Cove.
Thank you for visiting our website. As Principal of Pilgrim School, I am pleased to be able to introduce you to this Christian school and the reasons why this school is a special place.
Pilgrim School is set in a unique Campus, which means we share an extensive and very well resourced site with Thiele Primary School and the School of the Nativity. There are many excellent facilities and committed people who work together to make the Campus an exceptional place.
At Pilgrim, we have a staff of committed Christians, who work in this Uniting Church School to provide an education of very high standards. As a smaller school, in a larger setting, we provide a high quality of pastoral care and the partnership between the parents and staff is very strong and ensures good communication.
We are using the new Australian Curriculum at Pilgrim and teach from a Christian perspective, based on biblical principles. This means we provide a foundation for life after Year 7, and students who graduate from Pilgrim School are well placed to commence their secondary education.
If you would like to know more about Pilgrim School, please come and visit, take one of our popular Saturday School Tours and talk to our families and ‘old scholars’.
Please join us!
This week at Pilgrim...
We will farewell Katrina, our Pastoral Care Worker, this week and thank her for all she has done to support students, families and staff at Pilgrim and Thiele Schools.
Campus Staff will be participating in a "Biggest Morning Tea" to support the Cancer Council. If you would like to make a donation to our fundraising efforts, please click here.
Check out the Video Clips of