Established in 1914 East Victoria Park Primary School has been preparing our children for the future for a century. Through our motto, 'Celebrating Diversity', we aim to provide the best possible education for each child who attends our school, ensuring they develop a broad range of skills to enable them to take responsibility for their own direction and to adapt to a changing world.
East Victoria Park Primary School is a level 5 Independent Public School located on the corner of Mint St and Beatty Ave which offers two Kindergarten, two Pre-primary and 10 Year 1 to Year 6 classes. Our well-resourced facilities include connected classrooms, music room, iCentre, general multi-purpose room, science room and covered assembly area, all set on extensive and attractive grounds.
As an independent public school, EVPPS is shaping the future of our children with a focus on collaborative learning and local community engagement. Our Parents & Citizens and School Board are made up of enthusiastic parents who are proud of their school community and they play active and important roles within it.
Our committed, proactive teachers and dedicated support staff provide quality education programs tailored to meet each child's needs and expectations. We pride ourselves on our uniqueness, with over 340 students from a wide range of backgrounds and over 33 cultural communities. Our programs include: ICT, English as a Second Language/English as a Second Dialect (ESL/ESD), Primary Extension and Challenge Programs. Specialist learning areas include Music, Science, ICT and LOTE.
At EVPPS Japanese is taught as the LOTE subject and across the curriculum there is an emphasis on technology integration using iPads and Laptops as learning tools. The school has a proud and important tradition with our music program. There is an instrumental music ensemble, which is supported by a strong Instrumental music program and vocal ensemble that performs at parent assemblies and throughout the community. On the sporting field EVPPS competes within the VPASSA, the school competes in all sporting carnivals with a tradition of success.
We share the school campus with an Education Support Centre which has students with disabilities. The two schools work as one whenever practicable and integration benefits all students.
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