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 Street Kindergarten is managed by the Northern Schools Early Years Cluster Inc. and is located within the grounds of Fawkner Primary School.
Our Kindergarten opened in January 2016.
We offer sessions for three-year old children (one four-hour session a week) and four-year old children (three five-hour sessions a week).
Within the precinct we also have a Maternal Child Health Nurse and a playgroup.

Commitment to Child Safety Policy

Fawkner Primary School is committed to child safety. As a community we want children to be safe, happy and empowered. We support and respect all children, as well as our staff and volunteers. We are committed to the safety, participation and empowerment of all children. There is zero tolerance of child abuse, and all allegations and safety concerns will be treated very seriously and consistently with our robust policies and procedures. We meet our legal and moral obligations to contact authorities when we are worried about a child’s safety, which we follow rigorously.

Child Safe Code of Conduct

Fawkner Primary School is committed to the safety and wellbeing of children and young people. Our school community recognises the importance of, and a responsibility for, ensuring our school is a safe, supportive and enriching environment which respects and fosters the dignity and self-esteem of children and young people, and enables them to thrive in their learning and development.

 

Mandatory Reporting Policy

All children have a right to feel safe and to be safe. In schools, we have a legal and moral responsibility to respond to serious incidences involving abuse and neglect of the children with whom we have contact, and to report instances that we believe involve physical abuse, sexual abuse or neglect.

School staff have a duty of care to protect the safety, health and wellbeing of children in their care. If a staff member has concerns about the safety, health and wellbeing of children in their care they should take immediate action.

100 Days of School!

On Tuesday, (24.07.18) Foundation A and Foundation C celebrated 100 days of school! They were all very excited to participate in numeracy activities focusing on numbers up to 100. We ended the day with a 100th birthday celebration party!

Fortnite

The Alanah & Madeline Foundation have released an information sheet collecting some research and info aimed at parents who have children playing Fortnite. If you’re interested, click this link.