Tasman District School is a public school situated in Nubeena on the beautiful Tasman Peninsula. Our school caters for approximately 250 students ranging from Kindergarten to Year 12.  Our school population is derived from various areas of the Tasman Peninsula including: Highcroft, Port Arthur, White Beach, Nubeena, Saltwater River, Premaydena, Koonya, Taranna, Eaglehawk Neck, Murdunna and Dunalley.

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To provide a quality education, in an inclusive, safe and innovative learning environment, which challenges our students to reach their full potential to become positive global citizens.


Respectful, innovative, engaged citizens

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By developing each student to be their best we are developing a culture of lifelong learners who pursue individual and collective excellence.  At Tasman District School we follow these 5 values: learning, excellence, relationships, equity and respect.


We believe learning is a creative and lifelong process. We encourage our students to grow and develop through a holistic approach to teaching and learning.


We have high expectations for our students and staff. We are all strongly committed to the pursuit of excellence.


We believe that positive relationships underpin all learning, we act with integrity, we model and teach healthy relationships.


We all have the right to challenging and engagning learning opportunities in appropriate settings.


We embrace diversity, we are compassionate and considerate to ourselves and others.

The school logo represents the three capes around the Tasman Peninsula. These capes also form our school House colours: Raoul – Red, Pillar – Blue and Hauy – Yellow. Students are allocated a house colour on enrollment by our PE staff. Students can gain points for their houses in Swimming, athletics, cross country and through our learning programs.