Welcome to our website! Spring Parks Primary School is a dual campus primary school with an enrolment of around 340 students. The school is rich in its multi-cultural diversity including families from Vietnamese, Chinese, Cambodian, Pacific Islander, Sudanese and Indian backgrounds.
We provide a comprehensive curriculum from Prep to Year 6 on each site, based on the Victorian Curriculum.
Extensive support is given to students for whom English is a Second Language and Literacy support is also provided. Specialist classes include Physical Education, Visual Arts and Spanish. Instrumental Music lessons are also offered on a user-pay basis. Extra-curricular activities include Breakfast Club, Homework Club and the Sporting Sports program (after-school).
Spring Parks Primary School has strong support from the school community and importantly, provides considerable support to that community. We have strong partnerships with our adjoining kindergartens and also offer free playgroups for younger children. A Speech Pathologist, Wellbeing Officer and a number of Education Support Staff provide valuable assistance to students and staff. Office administration is provided on both campuses and Multicultural Aides provide support for families who need assistance with translation (oral and written) and school notices and newsletters are translated into community languages Representatives of the School Council are committed to ongoing school improvement.
We are very proud of our school and would love you to contact us about a school visit. Please click on the below link to learn more about our wonderful school!
Sporting Schools (Formerly Active After School Communities)
Spring Parks Primary School is involved in the Australian Sports Commission’s ‘Sporting Schools’ program, (previously known as the Active After School Communities). The program will run at Spring Parks in Term 4, on both West Campus and Valley Campus. This program is delivered nationally and is designed to engage children in structured physical activities.
The after school program offers fun, safe and inclusive activities providing children with the opportunity to develop essential motor skills and an enthusiasm for being active.
The activities are FREE OF CHARGE.
The activities will run from 3.30pm-4.45pm Students will be given a drink and a snack prior to starting their activity.
Breakfast Club is run on both campuses. Volunteers run the program in the mornings and children are offered a drink, toast and cereal. Children who arrive at school early must stay at Breakfast Club until 8:30. Breakfast is served until 8:50 to enable children to have enough time to eat and then pack up and not arrive late to class.
This has begun again at both campuses. Breakfast club starts at 8.15 a.m. in the Art Room at West, and the LEC at Valley. At our last breakfast club for term four, Pollie, the Officeworks mascot visited the students at West Campus and the volunteers made pancakes for the students. This was a real treat for us all! Some children also received a voucher to be spent at Officeworks, because of a colouring in competition that they’d entered at school.
Homework Clubs are held at both campuses for students in grades 3, 4, 5 and 6. Children have the opportunity to do their homework or reading and if needed, will be encouraged and assisted by supervising staff members and volunteers.
The Homework Clubs assist students in developing good study habits, such as being organised, planning ahead and research skills.
Every student that attends the Homework clubs will need to agree to a strict code of conduct – as the club will be a quiet time for students to study and get work done in peace. Students will be expected to supply their own stationary, as required.
Spring Parks Primary School
for learning and excelling,
developing and belonging.
Our School Values are:
Respect – we develop knowledge and promote actions that demonstrate our understanding and recognition of each person and our environment at school and in the broader community.
Engagement – we participate with enthusiasm and a sense of commitment in all opportunities for learning, in every facet of school life.
Achievement – students and staff are constant learners, continually seeking new knowledge and skills, celebrating and sharing our learning achievements with parents and the community.
Community – we embrace the diversity of the local area and welcome each family to the Spring Parks PS community, knowing that we each have something to learn from and contribute to each other.
Hope – we are a positive community of families, staff and students working in partnership to create a future that sees every individual valued in and contributing to their world.