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      Quote Originally Posted by Carolandcraig View Post
      Hi trevor, we live in Port Noarlunga with girls aged 5 and 10, the beach is 10 mins away, shopping center is 2 mins away and the local school is excellent, one of the weeks lessons was at the local beach, snorkelling, swimming, body baording etc you get the picture. Its a really nice place to live.

      Hi Carol and Craig

      We have just returned from our reccie and spent a lot of time in Port Noarlunga. We are hoping to return for good in November. Whilst we were over we took the kids to see the local primary school and thought it was lovely. Mollie is 11 and Alfie is 10 so they would join years 7 and 6 which I understand are mixed.
      Have your two settled in well ? I would be interested to hear what you think of the school now you are in.

      Thanks Mel

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      Hi Mel, we really like the school, its not as strickt as i would have like it to be but then schooling is different out here. They tend to do a lot more interacting with each other, learning the values of getting along with with everyone and trying to bring out confidence in the children. Weve been told its when they get to secondary school that they start to push them.
      Our children have really settled well and probalby have more friends now than they ever did in the UK, children are actually intrested in what they have to say and like to probe about what the UK is like.
      As for the years your children will go in is a different matter, my eldest had to do a few days first until they decided as they wanted to see where she was academically, but because of the schooling shed had in the UK it was clear she was well above year 4 (and probably 5 in our oppinion). If you any other questions just drop us a PM and ill be happy to help.

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    3. #13
      I haven't lived there but Christies Beach is a nice area too. Lovely beach and some local shops and stuff.

    4. #14
      Both are lovely areas (but there are streets that are a little more undesireable as there is everywhere!), with lots of development and improvement going on there. We live further south at Aldinga Beach, but we do spend a lot of time in port noarlunga and Christies beach, lots of shopping, restaraunts and bars etc. I can't comment on the schools there, but I have a few friends who have their kids in various schools in the area and they are all happy.

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      I have 4 houses in the Christies / Port Noarlunga area. I am selling my Reynella house and moving back there next month. Many people decide to rent in the area when they leave their furnished accommodation so there's certainly a lot going for it.I would suggest getting a car and driving around the different areas as soon as you get here to get a feel for the different suburbs.

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