Our Special Programs & Facilities

Our school provides extra support and assistance through Reading Recovery and special assistance and extension activities.

We provide leadership activities, with a focus on personal development and positive relationships as well as a full range of specialists – Science, Physical Education, Art and Music. Bluearth Program, for all classes.

Special Facilities

  • Physical Education
  • Sand pits
  • Multi-purpose room
  • Investigative play room
  • Extensive library resources
  • Tennis courts
  • 3 Astroturf courts
  • Specialist Art room
  • Good Beginnings Facilitated Play Group
  • Music room
  • Oval
  • Bluearth
  • Pals
  • Reading Recovery

Student Support Services:

  • English as a Second Language
  • Welfare Officer
  • Language Support Program
  • Speech Pathologist Assistants Program
  • Maths Intervention Program
  • Talking Time – Oral Language Program
  • Interactive whiteboards in all classrooms
  • Independent Reading
  • Writers Workshop

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Physical Education

All students participate in a range of activities that are designed to develop fundamental motor skills, sportsmanship and team participation.

In Prep, one and two children are involved in a Perceptual Motor Program skills lessons and games sessions.

In Years 3-4 children participate in weekly physical education sessions and clinics conducted by teachers.

In Years 5-6 students are involved in weekly physical education and sports sessions as well as having the opportunity to participate in inter-school and district events.
All students have the opportunity to participate in the Swimming Program when running.



The library is well resourced with books and other audiovisual materials.  Children are welcome to borrow and return during their library sessions. If a library book is lost or damaged please notify the class teacher or the library teacher.

Camps, Excursions and Visiting Performances

These are an integral and essential part of the school program and all eligible children are expected to attend. Camps, Excursions and Visiting Performances provide direct and real life learning experiences, which are followed up in the class program.