This Week From The Principal

It was my pleasure to attend the Grade 6 Graduation on Monday night. The evening was very well planned and organized and a great celebration of our students time at Hurstbridge. The students should be proud of their efforts with their dancing, public speaking, autobiographies and attitude towards the night. A huge thank you to all those who were involved in the planning and preparation, Sandie Arnel for her work decorating the hall, Ken Marshall for the dancing preparation and the 5/6 Teachers; Michelle Cooper, Judy Cooper, Mike Ghiotti, Kathryn Tiedgen and Robert Reid for their work with the students this year and preparing them for secondary school. I hope the students remember the message “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff” from the night.

Chris Tatnall – Acting Principal

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First Day of School –  Friday 30th January, 2015

A reminder that the first day of the 2015 school year for students is Friday, 30th January. School begins at 8:45am.

At Hurstbridge Primary School the Victorian Essential Learning Standards form our main core curriculum. The Victorian Essential Learning Standards identify three core and interrelated strands for the Prep to Year 10 curriculum. Each strand has a number of domains which describe the essential knowledge, skills and behaviours…

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Hurstbridge Primary School was first established in 1916 and since   then has occupied four different sites. It moved to its current location in 1982 where it was completely destroyed by fire in 2003 only to be re-built and opened again in 2005. The state   of the art building, designed to blend in   with the natural environment, continues to provide…

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Teaching and Learning at Hurstbridge Primary School

Hurstbridge Primary School strives to provide an environment that develops the whole child where they attain the skills to become fully contributing members of society. We encourage our students to become life-long learners who value themselves, others, knowledge, curiosity and their environment and indeed strive to “Imagine, Believe, Achieve”. Our core values of Respect, Cooperation, Integrity, Trust, Honesty and Tolerance are promoted through our dedicated staff and willing students.

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