Opened in January 2020, our Brooklyn Park Campus is an expansive, modern Junior School that caters for 300 students from Early Learning to Year 6. Located at 34 Lipsett Terrace, it is an extension of the excellent standard of non-denominational, Christ-centred education already provided at South Plympton Campus.

Early Learning Centre

Our Early Learning Centre (ELC) underpinned by the existing College vision, values and philosophy. The nationally adopted Early Years Learning Framework is presented from a Christian worldview, enriched by embracing practices from Guided Play-Based Learning, Reggio Emilia and Nature Play.

Our high quality, long day care education program is tailored for children aged between three and five. We offer a four-year-old preschool/kindy program that meets all the requirements of children transitioning into school.

Preschool Class

Foundation to Year 6

Student facilities include:

  • Generously-sized classrooms with wet areas.
  • Expansive Library and Learning Resource Centre.
  • Dedicated Art and Science Room.
  • Learning Support Centre with additional small rooms for focused learning.
  • Wellbeing space with counseling rooms.
  • Music Room with custom-built, acoustically insulated instrumental tuition rooms.
  • Undercover Hard Courts with height-adjustable basketball and netball rings.
  • State-of-the-art outdoor equipment and nature playground.
  • Access to the Adelaide West Uniting Church auditorium for whole-school events such as assemblies.
  • Dedicated OSHC Program with dedicate OSHC space.

Take a at the Campus shade structure and courts

Year 5/6 Literacy Lesson with Mr Heath

One College, two campuses

Governed and operated by the existing Board and Executive Leadership team will ensure a consistent, authentically Christian and non-denominational approach to education. The Head of Junior School Brooklyn Park, Marni Greenwood has oversight of the Brooklyn Park Campus and our Principal, Andrew Linke will remain as Principal of both campuses.

In the early years of Campus establishment, students enjoy being a part of a larger College Community through many combined campus events. Both South Plympton and Brooklyn Park students come together for major Junior School events such as Athletics Carnivals, Swimming Carnivals, Musical performances and special Assembly events.

Pathway into secondary

At Emmaus we provide a complete schooling pathway for all our students across both campuses. All students graduating Brooklyn Park Campus from Year 6 will have guaranteed access to the Emmaus Middle School from Year 7.

New Library opened 2023

Level 2 Classrooms opened in 2021

Brooklyn Park Campus opened in 2020

Junior School Frequently Asked Questions

How many students does each class have?

Class sizes and composition will be similar to our South Plympton Campus. This will include class sizes of between 25 and 28.

Classes available include all year levels up to Year 6.

Will my child be guaranteed a place in the Emmaus Christian College Middle School from Year 7?

Yes. Brooklyn Park Campus students graduating from Year 6 are guaranteed a place in Middle School from Year 7.

What are the tuition fees?

Tuition fees and charges are consistent with the South Plympton Campus. Sibling Concessions continue to be offered across both campuses.

Who has leadership over the Brooklyn Park Campus?

The Head of Junior School Brooklyn Park Campus is Marni Greenwood who is on the College Executive Leadership Group.

Our Executive Principal, Andrew Linke oversees both South Plympton and Brooklyn Park campuses.

The current Emmaus Board has responsibility for the governance of both the South Plympton and Brooklyn Park campuses.

Is there a canteen?

Although there is no onsite canteen, students can pre-order lunch from Vilis Bakery and Subway through the Qkr app.

Is there be a bus service?

At this stage, there are no plans for a bus service for Brooklyn Park Campus. However, we aim to support families where possible and will reconsider the provision of this service if there is demand.

Is there an OSHC program?

Our Brooklyn Park OSHC program, in partnership with the YMCA, provides after-school and vacation care for students from Foundation to Year 6. Find out more

If you require before-school care, the St John Bosco OSHC (located on the same street) invites enrolments from Emmaus students. We are grateful for this partnership. Children from Emmaus who attend the St John Bosco OSHC, do so as a completely separate enrolment to Emmaus. Parents will need to apply directly to the St John Bosco OSHC Director, Ms Leanna Vita. For any further information please contact Ms Leanna Vita on or phone (08) 8249 4900.

What opportunities are there be to be involved in the College community?

There are plenty of great opportunities to get to know families and be involved in the College life. There are opportunities to be involved in the South Plympton Campus community through shared events and excursions.

In the media

Watch South Aussie With Cosi Featuring our Brooklyn Park Campus in December 2021

Contact Us

If you would like to find out more please contact us via Email or call 8292 3888.