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Welcome to Seabrook Primary School, proudly a Victorian State Government School. Our mission is to provide the highest level of public service to our community of parents and students. Our mission is built around several key beliefs described below.


Seabrook Mission Statement

Seabrook Primary School aims to deliver best learning and teaching practice which supports and develops learners who are knowledgeable and seek to display an international perspective. Teachers, students and the wider community assist in the development of life-long learners who contribute responsibly to the global community. Our teaching and learning mission is to provide challenging, rigorous and significant programs incorporating an international perspective.

 

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 Seabrook School Disco

Friday the 5th September

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Immediately after school, the gymnasium will be transformed into a Disco and  the party starts!  The cost of $6.00 per child includes entry into the Disco and a small snack pack comprising of a fruit juice or water and packet of chips or popcorn.

In order to facilitate 600+ children on the day, the Disco will run over 4hours in the following way:

Preps - Grade 1’s 3:15-4:15pm

Grade’s 2 & 3 4:30-5:30pm

Grade’s 4, 5 & 6 6:00-7:00pm

On the permission slip please fill in the details of allergys or medication for your child.

This information was ommitted from the form sent home on the 19th August. Thank-you

 

Working Bee

Saturday the 6th September 

We have the following tasks - spreading mulch, spreading crushed rock and digging gardens beds.

All families are invited to attend between 9am - 3pm



Canned Food Drive

 

 Dear students/parents,

 

 

 

The year five students have been learning the inquiry ‘ We have the right and responsibilities in the distribution of the worlds resources’ over the last two weeks. Students from year 5 have decided to take action regarding in the imbalanced world by starting a canned food drive, in collaboration with Werribee Support and Housing. The idea is to help local homeless people and people in need and give them our support. We would like families to contribute to this by donating canned food. You can locate us in front of the staff room in the courtyard during the senior and junior snack timetables.

 

      The final date to deliver cans is Wednesday the 10th September

 

 Parent Payment Policy

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Term Dates for 2014


Term 1: 29 January to 4 April

Term 2: 22 April to 27 June

Term 3: 14 July to 19 September

term4: 6 October to 19 December

 


 



 

 

 

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Quick Links

International Baccalaureate (IBO) Website for further information about the Primary Years Program (PYP)


Seabrook Benefactor, Tony Buzan's Mind Mapping Website


Department of Education and Early Childhood Development

 

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Term Dates

School Term Dates

 

 

School term dates for 2014 to 2017

 

 

 

2014

Term 1: 28 January (school teachers start) to 4 April *

Term 2: 22 April to 27 June

Term 3: 14 July to 19 September

Term 4: 6 October to 19 December

 

* The first day of Term 1 is a student-free day in all government schools to allow for appropriate planning to take place for the arrival of students. Each year government schools are provided with four student-free days for professional development, school planning and administration, curriculum development, and student assessment and reporting purposes. The remaining three student-free days are determined by each individual school, so contact your school for details.


2015


Term 1: 28 January (school teachers start) to 27 March *

Term 2: 13 April to 26 June

Term 3: 13 July to 18 September

Term 4: 5 October to 18 December

 

* The first day of Term 1 is a student-free day in all government schools to allow for appropriate planning to take place for the arrival of students. Each year government schools are provided with four student-free days for professional development, school planning and administration, curriculum development, and student assessment and reporting purposes. The remaining three student-free days are determined by each individual school, so contact your school for details.

 

2016


Term 1: 27 January (school teachers start) to 24 March *

Term 2: 11 April to 24 June

Term 3: 11 July to 16 September

Term 4: 3 October to 20 December

 

* The first day of Term 1 is a student-free day in all government schools to allow for appropriate planning to take place for the arrival of students. Each year government schools are provided with four student-free days for professional development, school planning and administration, curriculum development, and student assessment and reporting purposes. The remaining three student-free days are determined by each individual school, so contact your school for details.

 

2017


Term 1: 30 January (school teachers start) to 31 March *

Term 2: 18 April to 30 June

Term 3: 17 July to 22 September

Term 4: 9 October to 22 December

 

* The first day of Term 1 is a student-free day in all government schools to allow for appropriate planning to take place for the arrival of students. Each year government schools are provided with four student-free days for professional development, school planning and administration, curriculum development, and student assessment and reporting purposes. The remaining three student-free days are determined by each individual school

 



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