Inglewood Primary School is a proud Independent Public School providing a stimulating educational environment for our 607 Kindergarten to Year 6 students.
Inglewood Primary School operates across three sites, with separate off-site centres for Kindergarten, Pre-primary and Years 1-6. All sites work together to ensure every child is able to achieve their optimum.
By developing their academic, social and physical skills, students are supported to recognise their own worth, as they participate as informed and active members of a global society.
At Inglewood Primary School we collectively value and promote:
* Academic and social competence
* Healthy lifestyle choices
* Resilience and persistence
* Creativity and development of the 'whole child'
* Critical thinking and accountable decision making
* Active local and global citizenship through a variety of virtues
Our school's strategic direction is categorised into five interwoven priority areas:
1. Caring about our students' future
2. Caring about Learning
3. Caring about Community
4. Shared practices and approaches
5. Sharing leadership and success
Our staff are experienced and committed to the objectives of the Inglewood Primary School Business Plan. The specialist subject areas are music, physical education, humanities, science and languages other than English (LOTE) program is Italian for Years 1 to 6.
The Learning Support Services Team, includes our school chaplain, school psychologist, learning support teacher and Deputy Principal. This team play a pivotal role in supporting the staff, parents and importantly the students as they develop their individual social and emotional well-being in a nurturing and whole school setting. Our school works to support all students by providing universal access and support at point of need for all students.
Many students attend Primary Extension and Challenge (PEAC) and master classes offered by various schools and institutions. Staff are encouraged and supported to provide students with challenging learning opportunities which allow our learners to demonstrate their knowledge across a wide range of forums. The schools BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) iPad program supports this rich learning approach and students from year 3 - 6 are encouraged to use their device in a positive sharing way to demonstrate their learning and enrich the learning of others. The skilled use of iPads, as a learning tool, across the curriculum enable staff to provide rich opportunities drawing on data from across the globe to support and demonstrate their learning.
Every year a number of graduates are selected into secondary school specialist programs and Inglewood proudly works to support the students and parent goals in this area.
Our school has a junior and senior choir, a string ensemble and various School of Instrumental Music classes for violin, cello, clarinet, flute and brass. Performances at assemblies throughout the year and at the open night enrich our school community. We host a number of extra-curricular activities for students such as a sustainable veggie garden, lego club, skipping troupe, a budding scientist club, surfing, Apple Techsperts, buddy reading, coding, chess, Robotics teams and before school fitness clubs.
Inglewood PS has an active School Board and P&C working closely together to maintain the strong community links already evident across the local community.
The Parents and Citizens' Association(P&C) play a very active role within the school, both by fundraising and holding events for parents to come together and become part of the school community. Such events include a welcome night early in the new year, quiz nights, movie nights, discos for children, an Easter raffle and a walkathon. The efforts of the P&C provide funds to enhance and enrichment programs offered by the school.
Inglewood PS offers your child a rich and supportive environment in which to learn and flourish during their primary school years.
T: 9223 9900