Welcome to Springvale Rise Primary School’s website. Thank you for taking the time to visit.
- Collaboration – Working together to create something new and with a common goal in mind.
- Excellence – Empowering all members of the school community to achieve and celebrate their personal best within a culture of high expectations.
- Resilience – Bouncing back from difficulties or disappointments. Accepting challenges, trying hard and not giving up easily.
- Respect – Caring for, understanding, accepting and appreciating others and ourselves. Looking after our environment. Celebrating diversity – diversity of cultural background, diversity of religion, diversity of thinking. Honesty, integrity and consideration.
We believe in the importance of student voice, leadership and agency and students engaging in rich, meaningful and stimulating learning experiences. Students are encouraged to have high expectations of themselves as learners and to develop positive work habits. Student leadership is nurtured across all levels with educators and families working in partnership to continually improve both student learning and student wellbeing.
I hope that our website answers many of the questions you may have about our school and assists you in gaining a picture of what we have to offer. If you have any further questions, or would like to visit our school, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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About Our School
Springvale Rise Primary School has a Community Hub, which was established in 2014 in partnership with Community Hubs Australia and the Scanlon Foundation, which continues to grow from strength to strength; collaborating with a variety of partnering organisations in order to ensure a suite of programs customised to the needs of the local community are offered throughout the year. Weekly Hub programs currently include three playgroups, three English language / conversation classes, yoga and computer sessions, along with a Cultural Learning Club and a Women’s Friendship Group. In 2017, sixteen of our mothers completed a Level 1 Food Handling course and a dozen women participated in the Peace and Prosperity Kitchen Garden Program at Government House.
Springvale Rise Primary School (5537 Springvale) is derived from the merger of two schools on 8 January 2010 (5373 Springvale Heights Primary School and 3507 Springvale Primary School). Even though our dual campus school is young at heart, each campus has a very rich history of strong and supportive engagement with the local community.
The Heights Campus is positioned in a well-established residential area and features two modern open-plan learning centres, a synthetic basketball court, state-of-the-art playground equipment, large grassed playing fields and a kindergarten (which operates in partnership with the City of Greater Dandenong and BestChance).
Approximately two (2) kilometres south, the Springvale Campus is located in central Springvale and bordered by both residential and commercial zones. The original, redbrick schoolhouse now accommodates the administration offices, whilst the refurbished classrooms, synthetic oval and inviting play areas all contribute to a learning environment of which the whole community is proud of.
Working together to create something new and with a common goal in mind
We aspire to create an inclusive and respectful learning community that nurtures, supports, inspires and challenges all members of the school community to achieve and celebrate their personal best within a culture of collaboration, shared responsibility and high expectations.
- our students being at the centre of the school’s curriculum planning, and learning and teaching models with a focus on the whole child.
- student and adult learning that is supported through a culture of collaboration and shared responsibility
- high expectations
“Two Campuses – One School”
Students will be empowered to be active, independent learners who have ownership and take responsibility for their learning
Teachers provide an environment which is supportive, inclusive and enables our students to realise their uniqueness and potential in a changing global society.
Parents are encouraged to take an active role in their child’s learning by engaging in a partnership with the school.
At Springvale Rise Primary School our core values are:
SRPS Documents and Policies
|Annual Report 2020||Download|
|Annual Report 2019||Download|
|Annual Report 2018||Download|
|Annual Report 2017||Download|
|Springvale Rise PS 2018 – 2021 School Strategic Plan||Download|
|Annual Digital Acceptable Use Agreement – 2021||Download|
|Uniform Price List||Download|
|Parent Payment Arrangements 2021||Download|
|Parent Information Booklet 2021||Download|
|Statement of Values and School Philosophy||Download|
|Child Safety Code of Conduct||Download|
|Attendance Policy – 2021 to 2024||Download|
|Anaphylaxis Policy – 2021 to 2022||Download|
|Asthma Policy – 2021 to 2022||Download|
|Bullying Prevention Policy – 2021 to 2024||Download|
|Camps and Excursions Policy – 2021||Download|
|CCTV Policy – 2021||Download|
|Child Safe Mandatory Reporting Policy – 2021 to 2024||Download|
|Communication with School Staff Policy – 2021||Download|
|Complaints Policy – 2021||Download
|Curriculum Framework Policy – 2021||Download
|Digital Learning Policy – 2021||Download
|Duty of Care Policy – 2021 to 2024||Download
|First Aid Policy – 2021 to 2024||Download
|Health Care Needs Policy – 2021 to 2024||Download
|Homework Policy – 2021||Download
|Inclusion and Diversity Policy – 2021 to 2024||Download
|Medication Policy – 2021 to 2024||Download
|Mobile Phone Student Use Policy – 2021||Download
|Personal Property Policy – 2021||Download
|Photographing, Filming and Recording Students Policy – 2021||Download
|Student Wellbeing and Engagement Policy – 2021 to 2023||Download
|Sun and UV Protection Policy||Download
|Visitors Policy – 2021 to 2024||Download
|Volunteers Policy – 2021 tot 2024||Download