News and information
Dear Parents/Carers. Here are the latest updates from the Education Department for Term 2: Parents are encouraged to keep their children at home. Those who need to send their children to school to maintain employment, children of essential workers and those who require schools to support them overcome particular vulnerabilities, however, may choose to do […]
What a month it’s been! With COVID-19 dominating every conversation, classrooms empty (except for the teachers/EA’s) and all school events cancelled, there really isn’t a lot to go in the newsletter this week. The staff have all been busy trying to get things organised for term 2 – learning at home, as well as keep […]
Dear Parents/Carers, Can you help us understand your home learning situation by completing this quick survey? The survey is six questions long and will only take a few seconds of your time. Your responses will enable our staff to plan and prepare for future learning endeavours. A response before the end of the weekend would […]
Parents & Carers It’s time to help us do our job really well. Below is the latest update from our Premier Mr McGowan (released this morning). There is no need to wait until Monday. You have the right to keep your child home now. We will continue to keep you informed. Thank you so much.
Before and after school procedures Parents and Carer’s must say goodbye at the front of the school each morning. Please say goodbye to your children at the footpath at the front of the school near the Admin building at 8.30 am and watch your child walk towards their classroom. Kindy and Pre Primary students will […]
In light of the current COVID-19 situation and the uncertainty that surrounds it we have postponed our photo day for this term and re-booked for term 3. The new dates are for week 5, term 3. Monday 24 August (Kindy 2A included) and Thursday 27 August (Kindy 2B included) Please keep your envelopes. If you […]
Education Ministers met today and decided that NAPLAN will not proceed in 2020. The NAPLAN test window was scheduled to be held from 12 to 22 May. The decision to not proceed with NAPLAN in 2020 has been taken to assist school leaders, teachers and support staff to focus on the wellbeing of students and […]
Dear Parents/Carers, Please note the following updates to information sent home on Tuesday via hardcopy note and SeeSaw post. In response to our most recent COVID-19 information provided by the Department, EVPPS has cancelled all assemblies and special events until further notice. This includes: Monday PBS Assembly RM 10 Assembly (3rd Apr) School ANZAC Service […]
In light of the most recent information regarding the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and information regarding hosting events where large numbers of people will attend. We have decided to postpone our Long Table Lunch this coming Wednesday 18 March to celebrate Harmony Day. As a staff, we feel it is our priority to ensure the […]
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Welcoming you to our community
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.