Strathfieldsaye Primary School.

Our School community believes that the success of each child is the result of a partnership between students, staff, parents and the local community, all working together to provide appropriate and challenging learning experiences to ensure all children realise their potential. We offer a high quality program with a strong focus on Literacy and Numeracy as a basis for student learning.

The School has an underlying philosophy of providing a caring and supportive environment in which children are actively encouraged to learn and grow in self-confidence and esteem.

Our student Code of Conduct reflects this same philosophy, embracing the necessity to balance the rights of children with their responsibility for the care of others and the development of the qualities of a good citizen.

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Our learning program is focussed on developing the attributes outlined in our Learner Profile. Through the use of 21st century learning design, learning experiences are tailored to students needs to build independent, inquisitive, reflective and curious learners who are socially and personally responsible. The community minded nature of our Global Action Projects (GAP) program, in conjunction with our rigorous Literacy and Numeracy programs, help our students to become personally balanced. Our strong specialist programs including Physical Education, Visual Arts, Music and Indonesian, ensure that the students experience not only deep learning experiences, but also a breadth of curriculum areas allowing them to pursue their passions.




School Trailer

September 3, 2015

This year the school was lucky enough to receive a grant from the Strathfieldsaye and Districts Community Enterprise to help us build a school trailer.  The trailer will be used to transport school equipment such as sports gear, props and equipment for school productions and camping equipment. A big thank you is due to the Strathfieldsaye and Districts Community Enterprise and some people who helped with the project – Tom Floyd, Wally Morrison and Albert Zarb .  

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End of Term Arrangments

September 3, 2015

School will conclude for this term on Friday September 18 at 2:30. Please note that all buses will leave an hour earlier than usual and that After School Care will be available from 2:20.

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Mandurang South Outdoor Education Centre

September 3, 2015

Over the next two weeks we will begin to see some of the fruits of our labour at the Mandurang South Outdoor Education Centre with the beginning of our program starting at the site. Next week we will have all of our Prep Children visiting the site as part of their unit “From Little Things, Big Things Grow”. As part of this unit the Preps have been learning about ‘living things’ (plants and animals)and how they grow. To further these…

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App of The Week – SchoolMate

September 3, 2015

Victoria’s Department of Education and Training has released a new app that is designed to help parents become more engaged in their child’s education. SchoolMate provides parents with a roadmap to help aid their child’s learning at home and at school. It: shows parents what their children are learning in each subject, at each year level according to the Victorian curriculum (AusVELS) provides parents with tips for helping their child in the best way possible suggests apps, books, events and…

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August 27, 2015

This fortnight we are pleased to announce the following award winners from across the school:  H/G Student Name Reason for Award 001 - Prep Myah Humphrey Brodie Schintler For writing, publishing and illustrating an entertaining story about a hungry tiger looking for something to eat. For doing some amazing maths this week, including doubles, finding pairs to ten and adding up more than two numbers. 002 - Prep Jackson Young Charlie Harris-Moyle For taking extra care with his handwriting during work on…

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Bendigo Energy Breakthrough

August 27, 2015

On the 22nd August 2015, 30 grade 5/6 students went to Ewing Park to race in the Bendigo HPV EEV Grand Prix (Human Powered Vehicle and Energy Efficient Vehicle) race. The race was supposed to go for 10 hours but was cut short to 9 hours because of track work. Each rider rode for 30 minutes and most rode twice. Everyone had the best time and enjoyed every second of the day. “I enjoyed hanging around the pits and riding…

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September 2nd and 3rd – Father’s Day Stall – Room 022 8:15-8:50 and 3:30-4:00

September 4 – Fathers Day Breakfast – 8am

September 11 – Footy Colours Day

September 14 – Divisional Athletics

September 16 – Multi-Cultural Day

September 18 – End of Term – 2:30 Dismissal