Ludmilla Primary School is an urban primary school located on Bagot Road in the suburb of Ludmilla. The school was established in 1967 making it one of the Northern Territory's oldest schools. Ludmilla Primary School boasts an infrastructure of classrooms divided into a Middle/Upper Primary Unit and an Early Childhood Unit which includes a Preschool. The name Ludmilla is derived from Ludmilla Holtze, the daughter of Maurice Holtze the curator of Palmerston Public Gardens, who came to Darwin in 1817. The nearby Ludmilla Creek and suburb were named after her also. The school primarily attracts students from the Bagot and One Mile Dam communities; Blaydin Point and Wickham Point Detention Centres; RAAF Base Darwin and the surrounding suburbs of Ludmilla, and the Narrows although we do have students from as far away as Palmerston. In addition, two classes from Nemarluk Special School are located at Ludmilla Primary School as part of the Nemarluk Satellite Program. The school has a considerably transient population. Ludmilla Primary School offers high quality education in a welcoming and supportive environment, reflecting our core values of Adaptability, Care, Community, Growth and Responsibility. We model our values by demonstrating quality relationships, responsible behaviour and respect for all members of the school and community.