Principal's Message

Principal's Message

 

Beaumaris Primary School is set in a quiet residential area close to beaches, sporting facilities, shopping villages and public transport. Our school has a backdrop of beautiful gums, a well maintained oval and gardens of natives and plants indigenous to the area, enjoyed by 536 students and their families, 2 Principal class and 43 Staff.

 

A strength of our school is the value placed on community by students, staff, families and local residents and the level of active parent involvement. Our shared purpose is ‘Learning Together’. We believe in and are committed to providing quality learning experiences that offer our students both support and challenge to enable them to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes that are transferrable and adaptable to whatever their future holds. To achieve this, we have a shared understanding of effective learning and teaching and our school values of respect, resilience, responsibility and relationships underpin a culture of inclusivity, connectedness and sense of belonging within the school. We blend strong, everlasting traditions and beliefs with innovative and contemporary practice. We work collaboratively with our local network schools and host tours by local, state and interstate colleagues to share our professional knowledge, practice and resources.

 

Our programs adhere to the prescribed curriculum for all government schools. Teachers differentiate the curriculum and personalise learning to meet the learning needs of our students. Specialist programs are offered in Physical Education, Visual and Performing Arts, Japanese,Science, Sustainability and Instrumental Music in a range of indoor and outdoor learning spaces. This demonstrates our goal to provide a  positive, engaging learning environment focussed on meeting the diverse talents, interests, passions and needs of our students.

 
Parents are invited to be actively involved in many facets of the school including Parent Club, Beaumaris Fathers Activity Club ( BFAC ), fundraising, parent helpers in the classroom, School Council, volunteer work in the canteen, gardens, uniform shop, school camps and excursions. The level of parent support is a feature of the school and is greatly valued.

 

We welcome you to visit our school to find out more about our learning community.

 

Sheryl M Skewes

 

 

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Beaumaris Primary School is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. This will be the primary focus of our care and decision making.

Beaumaris Primary School has zero tolerance of child abuse.

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