Chatswood Public School

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Chatswood Public School
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Chatswood, New South Wales
Coordinates 33°47′54″S 151°10′42″E / 33.79833°S 151.17833°E / -33.79833; 151.17833Coordinates: 33°47′54″S 151°10′42″E / 33.79833°S 151.17833°E / -33.79833; 151.17833
Type Government Public School
Motto Latin: Fortiter
(With Firmness In Action)
Established 1883
Principal Timothy Dodds
Colour(s) Blue and White

Chatswood Public School is a primary and public school that was founded in 1883, located in the suburb of Chatswood in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.[1] This school provides a playground which has been changed throughout the years, an Astroturf oval and four buildings.


Chatswood Public School is involved in many Sporting Activities, and is involved it is involved in one PSSA competition, Ku-Ring-Gai district competition. In 2007, the Chatswood Public School Senior A's Cricket and Soccer Team came first in the Ku-Ring-Gai cricket and soccer competitions. The Summer sports consists of Modball (Tee-ball), Cricket and Oztag and the Winter sports consist of Netball, Australian rules football and Soccer. The School has annual Athletics, Swimming and Cross Country Carnivals, in which students are chosen to represent the school in higher grades.

The Four Sporting Houses, all named after early Governors of Australia, are:

2008's winner of the House Shield was King. [2]

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