This Week From The Principal
World’s Greatest Shave
We have some very brave students here at Hurstbridge! It was great to see so many people involved in our special day here at school on Tuesday. From students (and teachers) who had crazy, funky hair through to those who shaved their heads to help raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation – well done! Through donations on the website, we have raised $6793 to date. At school on Tuesday we raised $654.55. A huge thank you to our local hairdressers from Hurstbridge Hair Design and Salon V for donating their expertise and time, as well as the many parent volunteers who came along on the day. It was a great community event!
Chris Tatnall – Acting Principal
Last Day of Term 1
The last day of Term 1 is this Friday 27th March. School ends at 2:15pm. We will be having an Easter Bonnet Parade at 1.30pm on the Basketball courts followed by a 2.15pm dismissal.
Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program
We are extremely excited to announce that we are now part of the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program. This program will provide…
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…
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.