- 1. Central Administration
- 2. Auditorium
- 3. Library and Careers Centre
- 4. Primary School
- 5. Art, Design & Technology
- 6. Early Learning Centre
- 7. VET Centre
- 8. Main Oval
- 9. Science
- 10. Performing Arts
- 11. Strong Girls Centre
- 12. Pool
- 13. Student Wellbeing Centre
- 14. Clontarf Academy
- 15. Mayuma Room
- 16. Courts
- 17. Gymnasium
- 18. Dumabudla Centre
- 19. Soccer and Rugby Oval
- 20. Galangwa House
- 21. Gumimba House
- 22. Dewarra House
1. Central Administration
The Central Administration building is where you will find many academic and non-academic staff members. Staff in the Central Administration building will be able to provide information about the School and attend to any queries.
This large multipurpose space is used as a meeting place. The university-style layout makes it a great space for gatherings such as assemblies, guest speakers or musical performances.
3. Library and Careers Centre
The Library and Careers Centre are great hubs for students. The Library is full of print and digital resources for the students to use and the Careers Centre offers support to students at all year levels for their future endeavours.
4. Primary School
The Primary School is from Transition to Year 6. Haileybury Rendall School’s Primary Program will ensure students enjoy the best of everything from the start: the best teachers, resources, facilities and curriculum.
The classrooms are full of engaging materials that help nurture and support each student’s learning. Primary School students also use other areas of the School, including the Library, Art Room, Gymnasium, sporting ovals and Auditorium.
5. Art, Design & Technology
Art, Design & Technology is integral to a complete education. There are many fantastic art rooms on-site for students to create their masterpieces. Computer access is via the laboratories and computers in the classrooms.
6. Early Learning Centre
The Early Learning Centre (ELC) establishes a pathway for each child to learn, discover and grow. The ELC classrooms have been designed with natural elements to bring the outdoors in. This provides students with a calm, nurturing environment.
7. VET Centre
The majority of our VET courses are delivered on-site in the Haileybury Rendall School VET Centre on behalf of external Registered Training Organisations. Some courses are delivered through partnerships that will see shared use of these facilities, and trainers from other local schools.
The VET Centre includes:
- Specialist Visual and Performing Arts centres including six art rooms, a kiln room, 3D visual arts centre, graphic design laboratory, and specialist woodwork and metalwork workshops
- Child Care Training Centre (a unique facility in the NT)
- Home Economics/Food and Hospitality Facility
- Automotive Studies Centre
- Engineering Workshop
- Music Laboratory with recording facilities.
8. Main Oval
The outdoor facilities at Haileybury Rendall School are among the best in Darwin. The Main Oval provides a vast playing space for sports such as AFL and cricket. The oval is used throughout the entire year for various tournaments and sporting competitions.
There are six science laboratories at Haileybury Rendall School. These labs allow students to take part in theory and practical classes and have modern science equipment.
10. Performing Arts
Haileybury Rendall School has dedicated Dance and Drama studios. These studios have professional lighting, staging, props and costumes for the students to use for plays and musicals.
11. Strong Girls Centre
The Strong Girl Centre is a recreational space for female Aboriginal students. In the centre, students can take part in activities such as art and craft. There is a staff member based in the centre to provide around-the-clock support to students if required.
The Pool facility features a 50-metre outdoor swimming pool. The Pool is available to be used for various water activities, including swimming lessons and lifesaving, as well as School events such as the Swimming Carnival.
13. Student Wellbeing Centre
The Student Wellbeing Centre is a place for students to go when seeking assistance both inside and outside the classroom. Staff working within this centre ensure the wellbeing of all students is positive.
14. Clontarf Academy
The Clontarf Academy is a recreational space for male Aboriginal students. There is a staff member based in the centre to provide around-the-clock support to students if required. In the centre, students can take part in activities such as art and craft.
15. Mayuma Room
Kormilda boasts a comfortable and modern air-conditioned dining room called the Mayuma Room and prepares fresh, tasty, varied and well-balanced meals.
Mayuma is taken from a local Aboriginal language (Larrakia) and means tucker.
Haileybury Rendall School has some of the best facilities in Darwin. The large courts are where students can participate in sporting activities, compete or play during recess and lunchtime.
The Gymnasium has both indoor and outdoor elements. This large space is open for students to use during recess and lunchtime, as well as during Physical Education lessons.
18. Dumabudla Centre
The Dumabudla Centre is a large, air-conditioned space that hosts assemblies, concerts and presentations nights. This centre has the largest capacity space for school gatherings.
19. Soccer and Rugby Oval
Haileybury Rendall School has many fantastic facilities, including the Soccer and Rugby Oval. This oval is located at the back of the School and its well-kept grass creates an enjoyable playing ground.
20. Galangwa House
Galangwa House is one of three boarding residences at Haileybury Kormilda Boarding.
Galangwa is a 93-bed co-ed boarding house. The female rooms sleep one to two guests and the male rooms sleep one to six guests.
The boarding house is split into two areas for males and females with communal spaces.
The male area has a large space used for meetings, to watch TV and complete homework. Upstairs there is a large games room, which has table tennis, gaming consoles, pool tables and a canteen.
The female area has a TV room, a homework room and two computer rooms with a total of 10 computers.
The boarding facilities will be upgraded in early 2018.
Galangwa, pronounced Gull-an-gwa, is the Larrakia name for the Bloodwood Tree.
21. Gumimba House
Gumimba House is one of three boarding residences at Haileybury Kormilda Boarding.
Gumimba is a co-ed boarding house for Years 7 and 8 students.
This boarding house is home for 60 students and is split into two sections: for 30 females and 30 males, two students per room.
The focus is on learning life skills and preparing students for the transition into Year 9 senior boarding houses.
Gumimba House has one communal common area, used for meetings, homework and recreation.
There are two other rooms that feature a fully equipped gym and a homework space, which is for use by all the boarding students.
Gumimba represents a crocodile.
22. Dewarra House
Dewarra House is one of three boarding residences at Haileybury Kormilda Boarding.
Dewarra is the Indigenous Youth Leadership Program (IYLP) boarding house and is home to all scholarship, mainstream, IE and any potential IYLP students.
This co-ed boarding residence has seven pods, each with 12 students. Each room houses one to two people.
The boarding house can hold a total of 70 girls and 28 boys.
There is a communal space that is used for meetings, a recreational space and TV room. There are two additional spaces which are used for homework completion.
Dewarra, pronounced Du-wah-rra, represents a spider.