Mount Lockyer Primary School (5326)

School Overview


Mount Lockyer Primary School provides a learning environment where children will have access to positive and challenging teaching programs allowing all to develop the necessary knowledge and skills to become confident independent learners. The experienced, professional staff deliver a broad and challenging curriculum facilitating exploration and development of individual talents. We work together, adopting an inclusive whole school approach where all are accountable and responsible for the growth and development of every child.

We offer a broad range of Specialist support Pre Primary to Year 6, Numeracy, Literacy, Science, Music, IT, Japanese and Physical Education. We have a strong focus on Literacy and Numeracy, with programs for students who require additional support or extension.

The Lockyer Leapers are our skipping squad sponsored by the Heart Foundation. This dedicated talented group of students are in high demand for performances across the district and broader afield. Additionally children have the opportunity to be a part of the School Choir, again performing at many city events throughout the year.

We are committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment where established processes, procedures and structures create a school community where all stake holders share and contribute to the education of the whole child. An established Behaviour Support Centre and programs designed to cater for children's emotional and social development provide support at point of need.

Mount Lockyer Primary School is an Independent Public School. This has provided the flexibility to meet the needs that are specific to our community. Our school motto is: Care, Compassion, Excellence; Mount Lockyer Primary School a place to learn and grow. We are a Learning Community committed to providing an inclusive learning environment that caters for the diversity of the children in our care and pivotal to the achievement of this goal is the partnerships we have formed with families, the community and wider community.