Buildings and Grounds

Kananook Primary School is situated in the suburb of Seaford and is part of the Northern Peninsula Cluster of the Southern Metropolitan Region. The school is set on spacious grounds in a residential area close to the picturesque Kananook Creek and a short distance from the beautiful Seaford and Long Island Beaches. It is bordered by Wells Rd, Buna Ave, Boonong Ave and Lyster Close. The school has been described as "Seaford's Hidden Gem" by many visitors and is full of pleasant surprises as you wander through the spacious outdoor areas that spread out towards the back of the school. The Kananook Pre-School is located adjacent to the Primary School and strong links exist between the two schools.

 

PHYSICAL ASPECTS


Kananook Primary School’s land size is approximately 2 hectares with plenty of mature trees and shaded areas, making it one of the largest school sites in not only Seaford but the Southern Metropolitan Region.

Kananook Primary School has:

  • A BER Building (Cooinda) houses our three Year 4/5/6 classes
  • An award winning 2/3 Learning Space, (2016) boasting reading nooks, small instructional amphitheatre, fully flexible seating arrangements and teaching spaces to cater for our "stage not age" philosophy
  • Double-sized,  fully carpeted, heated and air conditioned Prep and Year 1 classrooms
  • Mirrabooka Arts Wing containing well equipped Music, Art and LOTE (Japanese) rooms
  • Large multi-purpose hall
  • Library
  • Environment Centre comprising of a vegetable patch, orchard, potting shed and undercover area for students to propagate plants along with a reptile enclosure used to help injured reptiles in their recovery
  • Covered and locked bike shed
  • Courtyard with gazebo and gas BBQ
  • Soccer and football ovals
  • Tennis court/Volleyball court
  • Two basketball courts
  • Large shade covered adventure playground
  • Kiids Kitchen used in conjunction with our Science Program and Environment Centre
  • Before and After School facilities for Kananook students only
  • Ample picnic tables and bench seating for quiet, cooperative play during recess breaks 
  • Designated Prep Playground 
  • Shaded decking areas 

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