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.




Cross Country

May 26, 2015

This week we are very excited to be conducting our first school cross country in a number of years. Students have been practicing for weeks and are eager in the anticipation of the 2km and 3km courses that Mr Milner has set out around the community. The cross country will be fantastic preparation for the district cross country next week when the top 10 place getters from our cross country go on to represent the school at the district event.…

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May 26, 2015

This week we had a very positive relaunch of our playgroup in the Multi-Purpose room on Tuesday morning. It was great to see the strong turn up and I am sure that the playgroup will continue to grow with the support of families. For any parents who are interested in attending the Playgroup it will operate every Tuesday from 9:15 to 11am in the Multi-Purpose Room.

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Book Fair

May 26, 2015

Last week I wrote about the tremendous success of our Book Fair which aimed to provide high quality reading materials for families, to support the provision of new readers in the junior section of the school through donated readers and to support additional book purchases for the library. This week I can report that our amazing book fair has led to the purchase of 150 new readers for the junior section of the school, $1000 to the library to purchase…

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Prep/Grade 1 Gym

May 26, 2015

Over the last two weeks students in Prep and Grade 1 have been participating in our annual junior gym program will Alli Watts. Alli’s program focuses on developing fundamental movement skills and introduced children to the basic building blocks of movement. The development of these skills forms the foundation of all movement activities and blend seamlessly with our Gymnastics program from Grade 2 to 6. This year’s program has again been a huge success with all students enjoying the fun…

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Mandurang South Visit

May 26, 2015

On Thursday and Friday Grade 3 and 4 students will be attending our Mandurang South site as part of their biodiversity unit. All students in Grade 3/4 are allocated to a tribe as part of their classroom experience. Each tribe consists of four or five students, generally made up of one grade 4 boy and girls and one grade 3 boy and girl. These tribes are used to work collaboratively on tasks throughout the semester including whilst on excursions to…

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UFS Fundraising

May 15, 2015

Thanks to our remarkable school community who make up the 447 UFS Members who have us as their preferred organisation the school has received a cheque for $3,417 in recognition of your loyalty. As we know every dollar counts when supporting our young people and this will be of great assistance to the students at our school.

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