Redcliffe Primary School has been part of the Redcliffe community for over 55 years. Our school prides itself on providing an inclusive education for 21st century students to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals, and active and informed citizens.
Teachers use PATHS (Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies) to develop emotional literacy and problem solving skills. The lessons learned in class are reinforced when students are problem solving in learning and play situations. Our school has a community approach to supporting students. Staff members develop relationships with students across the school and work together to support them in becoming responsible learners.
Redcliffe Primary School is well resourced with up-to-date technology. Each classroom has an interactive whiteboard and students have access to a computer lab, notebooks, iPads, 3D printer, robotics and coding tools. Teachers use technology to help provide a 21st Century education, preparing students for their future.
Teaching students sustainable practices to help them learn to keep our world in a healthy state includes initiatives such as Waste Free Wednesday and worm farming.
Redcliffe Primary School continues to improve the school facilities by renovating older buildings and adding new facilities. The purpose built art room, undercover area and Performing Arts Centre provide space for students to learn, practice and present visual arts, performing arts and sports.
Outdoor learning facilities include a large oval with cricket pitch, soccer and AFL goals, multi-purpose sports courts. Students enjoy participating in physical education and sports programs including many interschool competitions in athletics and cricket.
Redcliffe Primary School is working towards a National Quality Standard Early Years program taught in natural surroundings with indoor and outdoor learning opportunities.
Staff work in partnership with parents to help children manage the home/school transition and develop life-long skills to participate in the wider community. As well as working closely in conjunction with our parent group we have many established community partnerships. The strength of these partnerships has been recognised with State and National Awards. One such close working relationship is with a local childcare provider which has proved mutually beneficial in the development of professional relationships between our educators and the Long Day Care staff. This relationship ensures continuity and cohesion for children and their families across education and care settings.
You are welcome to visit Redcliffe Primary School for a guided tour of our facilities and discussion about what our school has to offer your child.
T: 9277 2569