News and information
Hello and welcome to the first newsletter of 2021. Students and teachers have been very busy settling into their Term 1 routines and getting to know each other. Despite the Week 1 COVID lockdown and me coming in as new principal at the beginning of Week 3 it has been a smooth start to the […]
The 2021 School Year commences for our students on Monday 1st February, 2021 from 8.30 am. The office will be open to the public for inquiries on Wednesday 27th January, 2021 from 9.00 am until 3.00 pm. Teachers will be on site attending their School Development Professional Learning days on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th […]
It’s that time of year again…the Hawaiian Giving Box Appeal! The act of giving has been found to make people happier, improve their health, feel more socially connected and grateful. All these benefits align perfectly with our Term 4 PBS lesson series: “Healthy Hero.” Key dates regarding the Giving Box Appeal process are below: Week 6 – […]
The P&C will be holding a craft stall and raffle at the community concert on 16th December. We are currently looking for donations of fabric (quilting cotton), reusable cutlery and straws, and 6 packs of travel tissues. Please put any donations in the box at the front office. Any crafty people (especially people who can […]
Our planet is so incredibly important but in order to take care of it properly, we first need to take care of our own bodies and minds. The focus of this year’s Sustainability Day was therefore to promote healthy habits to improve student health and wellbeing. Sustainability Day commenced with a Sustainability Show, at which the Junior and […]
As part of Science Week 2020 students had the opportunity to engage with some Western Australian native fauna. On Wednesday 19th August Oz West Wildlife visited our school with some very special friends. Students learnt about and touched Juda the Koala, Yappa the dingo, Rambo the python and Rosie the bobtail lizard. We learnt that; […]
Uniform Shop At last the uniform shop is open again!! We are open Wednesday mornings from 8.30am – 9.15am. We are practising social distancing & have hand sanitiser available. We are serving 1 family at a time so please be patient. Our first week of being open went really well. This week unfortunately we had technology issues […]
Monday 24 August & Thursday 27 August Timetable will be confirmed in week 5. Dear Parents & Carers, Our school photo day is coming! Approximately two weeks prior to the photo day every student will receive a Kapture Photography order envelope to bring home. The recommended method of ordering your photos is online through Kapture’s website as […]
Dear Parents and Carer’sThe Uniform Shop will re-open to the public next Wednesday 29 July.Opening hours are 8.30 am – 9.15 am. In keeping with Phase 4 of COVID-19 please adhere to the following guidelines: No Parents/Carer’s to access the Uniform Shop via the student Courtyard. The gate outside Room 10 will be closed. Please stand on a designated […]
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East Victoria Park Primary School is located approximately seven kilometres from the Perth central business district, in the South Metropolitan Education Region. Established in 1914, the school gained Independent Public School status in 2013. The school shares its grounds with the East Victoria Park Education Support Centre.
Currently 360 students are enrolled from Kindergarten to Year 6. We are represented by more than 33 different cultures within the student population.
A highly regarded music program is a feature of the school, offering students opportunities to engage in orchestra, vocal and instrumental music programs.
The governing body of the school, the School Board, supports the Principal in leading the strategic direction of the school.
The Parents and Citizens’ Association (P&C) actively raise funds for the school and organise and promote community building activities throughout the school year.
Our school is a great school because of our wonderful culturally diverse families and the richness their culture brings to each classroom each day.