Saturday School of Community Languages

Connection Diversity Excellence

Telephone02 7814 2115

NSW School of Languages centre

Welcome to the NSW School of Languages Centre! (formerly Dulwich Centre)

Ahlan wa sahlan! Bem-vindo! Hosgeldiniz! Chao mung! Shagotom!

Our location

35 West Street

Petersham NSW 2049

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The NSW School of Languages Centre is now the location of the former Dulwich Centre. The move to NSW School of Languages took place early 2019 and all students now attend their language classes at NSL in Petersham on Saturdays.

The school entry is located at 35 West Street. Staff parking is available and there is street parking for parents and other community members are required to park.

Our contact details

Phone us Saturday mornings only on 0459 879 005

Email us at

If emailing about an existing student, please remember to include the following details:

  • the name of the centre the student attends
  • the language and year the student is enrolled in

Our hours of operation

Centres are open only on Saturday mornings.

You may contact the head office of the Saturday School during the week by emailing: or calling 9244 5694.

  • All classes start at 8.30am. Years 7 to 10 classes conclude at 10.30am.

  • There is a recess break from 10.30am until 10.45am.

  • Years 11 and 12 classes continue until 11.45am.

Our courses

In 2018 these courses are offered to our students.

Vietnamese for Years 11 and 12 Continuers.

Portugues, Serbian and Turkish for:

  • Years 7 to 10
  • Years 11 and 12 CCAFL Continuers

Homework and behaviour policies

You may download the centre's  behaviour for successful learning guidelines (PDF 153KB)

All students who attend the Saturday School of Community Languages are expected to behave in a respectful, responsible and safe manner at all times.

As outlined in our whole school homework policy (PDF 125 KB), homework is an important part of your learning. At the Dulwich centre, teachers will set regular homework that is appropriate and manageable.

Homework completion will be monitored by the class teacher. If a student is experiencing difficulty completing homework, the class teacher will provide support and assistance. If difficulties persist the class teacher will refer the student to the assistant supervisor who will devise a plan in consultation with the student. In the instance that homework concerns persist, contact will be made with the parents/caregivers of the student to discuss issues of concern.  Parents/caregivers are encouraged to contact the centre supervisor if they have any concerns or wish to discuss any difficulties their child is experiencing.

For more information, please visit the FAQ.