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Students at East Victoria Park Primary participate in Chess Club together each Thursday at lunch time. Next term Mrs Spina, will be co-ordinating an official tournament where students can progress each week. There will also be special buddy sessions so children can learn how to play chess from the experts!
Reconciliation This term we celebrated National Reconciliation Week (NRW), the 2020 theme “in this together” reminded us we all have a part to plan in reconciliation. It is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in […]
PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGES THANKS! WE MADE IT! It has been a very unconventional Term 2, but as a whole-school community we have weathered the storm together. The staff at East Victoria Park Primary School wish to thank all families for their amazing support and understanding over the last semester and wish everyone a happy and relaxing time […]
Principal’s messages – Welcome to our week 4 newsletter What a Wonderful School Community! I just wanted to start by saying a massive THANK YOU to all families for their understanding and support of the school during the last few months. It is wonderful to see all of our students back at school with BIG […]
Enrolments are now open for 2021. You need to apply to enrol your children in school for 2021 if they are: starting Kindergarten – 4 years old by 30 June 2021 starting Pre-primary – 5 years old by 30 June 2021 Complete an Application for enrolment and return this along with the relevant documents to email@example.com Applications […]
Just a reminder to all Parents and Carers that Friday 29th May is a PUPIL FREE DAY. We hope you enjoy the opportunity for an extra long week end. Students do not attend on this day and return to school on Tuesday 2nd June.
The State Government has given Parents and Carers a choice about whether their children return to school for face-to-face teaching or learn from home. It is a personal decision influenced by each family’s circumstances. To assist with your decision making, please note the following: Monday 27 April is a public holiday; Tuesday 28 April will […]
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 […]
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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.