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School Profile

Our classrooms are largely composites, composed to best suit the needs of our students. In 2020, we have 7 classrooms: Foundation/Grade 1, Foundation/Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3/4, Grade 3/4, Grade 5/6 and Grade 5/6. Teachers and Education Support Officers are placed to ensure we support those needs.

The specialist areas provided are Physical Education, Art, Science, LOTE - Auslan and Performing Arts. We also have support programs offering an Oral Language Program, Reading Assistance Program, Soundwaves (Foundation to 6), Buddies, Clubs, Early Learning Playgroup and a School Chaplain.

social, emotional and
academic learning

Choice Theory

Our school strives for success through using the approach of ‘Choice Theory’ developed by William Glasser. Teachers have been extensively trained in this approach, which centres on authentic relationships, knowing and meeting the needs of individuals and understanding that each person has a quality world that differs to their own.

Our students are developing understandings that every action is chosen, and consequences occur because of their actions. In the classroom students strive for quality in their work. Our students identify quality work and verbalise why they believe it is so. Celebration of quality work occurs at our Friday afternoon assemblies.

whole-school approach
to respectful relationships

Care, Respect, Commitment, Responsibility and Inclusiveness

The central focus of the school is to provide students with sound and challenging experiences in a secure and supportive environment. The school promotes the principles of equity and access by providing a wide range of curriculum opportunities and extracurricular activities.

Through the encouragement of independent learning, students develop a sense of worth and are confident in attaining success in all their endeavours. The five main values that are emphasised in everything we do are: Care, Respect, Commitment, Responsibility and Inclusiveness. These values underpin and define our school culture. They have a direct impact on building resilience and providing social, emotional and academic outcomes for all of our students.

family atmosphere for
all abilities

Parental Support

There is a family atmosphere and a feeling of belonging in the school community. The school is proud of its parental support and involvement, with active participation in all aspects of the school functions including School Council, educational programs, fundraising, grounds maintenance, school camps and excursions, an annual concert, a school fair and many other social activities throughout the year.

environmentally aware
science classes

Eagle Point Primary School

43 School Road
Eagle Point VIC 3878
Australia

03 5156 6382

eagle.point.ps@education.vic.gov.au

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Acknowledgement of Country

We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which Eagle Point Primary School stands, the Gunai Kurnai People, and pay our respects to the Elders - past, present and future - for they hold the hopes, dreams and aspirations of all Indigenous Australians.


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