Irene has definitely become one of the most sought-after suburbs to live in. It offers you both peace and tranquility along with a country-esque feel, yet close enough to the conveniences of the big city. Thanks to its unequalled countryside charm and superb location on the southern outskirts of the Jacaranda City, this makes Irene the ideal suburb for families. So lets take a look at the top 5 schools.

Montesorri Pre School

Catering for kids ages 3 – 5, this pre-primary prepares kids for their future years of big school. Engaging with others is a big focus, all while training their senses through scent, touch, audio and motion.

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Little Oak Montesorri School

This private, multicultural school offers half day and full day programs for children 18 months to 6 years old. With holiday programs, and a sensorial garden, this unique school is focused on developing your child through their most fundamental growing years. All educators are SACE trained and extra mural activities are encouraged.

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Cornwall Hill College

Cornwall College takes a different approach to conventional schooling by working together, in partnership with parents to ensure learners are globally competitive and have high values. This school offers guided trails, so take advantage by booking you and your children in to see the grounds. You can easily find this information available on their website.

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Irene Pre Primary

Established back in 10=968, Irene Nursery School exceeds its reputation year after year. Your child will be taught through compassion and support at the heart of the curriculum. There is a strong focus on Christianity within a multicultural community. Competitive school fees make this school a solid choice amongst most parents,

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 The Irene School of Garden Design

This education center takes pride in being the leader in garden design. This tertiary school not only caters to those on a college age level, but to all looking for a career in garden design. Learn to be a landscaper with creative and conceptual thinking skills, while choosing whether you want to study full time or part time.

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