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How long has the school been around?

Established on the current site close to station pier on Port Phillip in 1889, it continues its long and proud practice of providing a broad quality education to meet the needs of our culturally diverse mix of students. Its historical … Read More

How do I become a member of council?

To be a part of our council, you don’t need any particular qualifications or experience – we look for enthusiastic parents who want to help improve the learning outcomes and school environment for all students. Learn more about our school … Read More

Can I attended a school council meeting?

School council meetings would normally be open to the school community. Visitors or observers can be present at a council meeting with the agreement of the principal and a decision of council. There may be times when, for the purpose … Read More

What are the schools core values?

Curiosity – We want to learn, be creative and find out more about the world around us. We take chances and are open to new learning. Kindness – We look after ourselves, others, and the environment. We demonstrate kindness by … Read More

How do I apply for enrolment?

If you wish to enrol your child at PMPS, please fill in our online Expression of Interest form. You will then be contacted on the e-mail address you provide requesting documentation and provided with an enrolment form.

What is The Resilience Project?

The Resilience Project delivers emotionally engaging programs to schools, sports clubs and businesses, providing practical, evidence-based, positive mental health strategies to build resilience and happiness. All students from Prep – Year 6 will be participating in resilience activities throughout the … Read More

Do you offer the same curriculum as other schools?

Yes, learning at Port Melbourne Primary School is based on the Victorian Curriculum. The Victorian Curriculum covers Foundation (Prep) – Year 10, and incorporates the Australian Curriculum whilst reflecting Victorian priorities and standards.

What do classrooms look like?

At Port Melbourne Primary School, collaborative teaching (otherwise known as co-teaching) is utilised across teaching pairs/teams to meet the diverse needs of our students and provide quality teaching and enriched learning opportunities. This approach to teaching complements the school’s commitment … Read More

Court Hire

How to hire a court. Includes inside or outside court. Two teams share the court for practice. What’s the weekend schedule? Read the terms and conditions, policy. This is a booking request, there is no guarantee until you receive confirmation … Read More

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