Australian Ballet!

We danced, we watched we were enthralled! We even made the local paper!! Here is a short extract from the article (attached below) and some photos of this amazing program.

‘This year The Australian Ballet’s education program is bringing the brand-new initiative STEAMDANCE to Spring Parks Primary School from February 14th to March 21st. Students will have the chance to learn from ballet professionals when The Australian Ballet’s flagship education program visits.

STEAMDANCE is a dance-education approach to learning about STEM subjects including science, technology, engineering and maths. Designed by The Australian Ballet, this innovative and creative initiative supports students learning curriculum subjects through the arts. The STEAMDANCE program is led by The Australian Ballet’s dance education team who are specialist educators and professional dancers.

The program works in partnership with teachers to support the curriculum through a series of workshops and performances in schools to foster critical and creative thinking, literacy, numeracy, individual and cooperative learning and problem solving in students. The Australian Ballet’s schools’ version of The Sleeping Beauty will also be presented by the team, offering a fun and engaging introduction to ballet.’

For full article – click on the below link:

Australian Ballet Spring Parks Primary School


Mothers Day Breakfast – What an amazing morning!

There was a buzz of excitement on Friday morning when students arrived with their Mum’s for some freshly cooked eggs, bacon and toast! Here are some photo’s of our students enjoying the moment!




Private Music Lessons

Come and join in the fun of learning to play keyboard, guitar or ukelele here at Spring Parks Primary School.
Creative Music for school conducts a music program here at school each week. Small group classes or one-to-one lessons of up to 30 minutes give children and excellent grounding in music where they will learn to read music and play their chosen instrument.
Tuition costs from $16.20 per lesson and enrolments are now being accepted for limited places in Term 2, 2017.
Interested parents can call Swee during business hours on 9818 2333 or email

Homework Club

Suzy Winterbottom will be starting homework club this term, starting on May 3rd at West Campus, and May 4th at Valley Campus. Notices will be coming home shortly for students in grades 3 – 6 to gauge an interest in who would like to attend. The session will be from 3.30 – 4.15 p.m. and will be held in the library at each campus.


The Footsteps program began last Thursday and will be on each Thursday during term two for all students. The Footsteps program uses dance as a vehicle to develop students’ inter/intra personal skills, fitness levels and provide teachers with classroom resources that use dance as a starting point to help teachers educate across other curriculum areas. There is no cost to parents for this activity, as all costs will be covered by the school.