Welcome to our School

Welcome to our School

Welcome to Fawkner Primary School, a caring and nurturing learning environment. Our dedicated and experienced teachers provide a positive and enriching program, appreciating the individual needs and interests of each child.

School Tours

School Tours

Fawkner Primary warmly welcomes you and your family to join our community. We invite future Prep enrolments and families transferring from other schools to book in a school tour by making an appointment on 9357 3579 or click the link below.

Kindergarten News

Kindergarten News

Lorne St. Kindergarten is now officially open!
The kindergarten teacher is Felicity and the assistant is Cathy.
Kindergarten hours are 8.30am to 1.30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
For any questions or queries, please contact Moreland City Council on (03) 9240 1111.

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Code Studio

At Fawkner Primary School, we’ve embraced the new Digital Technology curriculum and our kids have been learning lots of code!

The students have been so engaged that many want to put their free time into additional learning!

If your kids want something fun and educational to do over the holidays, check out Code Studio.

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5/6 ACMI EXCURSION

On Tuesday the 6th of September, the Grade 5/6s went to ACMI.
ACMI stands for the Australian Centre for the Moving Image and is located at Federation Square, Melbourne.
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ICT Show & Tell for Book Week

Parents and friends of Fawkner PS students are invited to come and see some of the work our students have been doing in ICT this year! Students will display and discuss their learning in the BER next Tuesday.

F-2 students will be showing their work from 11.30 -12.30 and 3-6 students from 12.30-1.30.

Hope to see you there!

Homework Policy

Ideally we would like every child to be able to complete some reading at home and some other work that may help them with their schoolwork. However we appreciate that every child is different, every family is different and everyone’s circumstances are different. The school understands that some children thoroughly enjoy doing extra work at home, while others have other interests that mean they struggle to complete extra work. Therefore we feel that the amount of homework done at home by any child is a decision for the family.