Our school works actively and co-operatively to provide a safe, happy and rich environment in which the children are challenged and encouraged to reach their full potential.

A sequential educational program is developed through the Victorian Essential Learning Standards (VELS).

From 2013 AusVELS (Australian Curriculum) will replace VELS in a staged change-over, beginning with Maths, English, Science and Humanities (History).

Yellingbo Primary School’s curriculum includes:

  • Health and Physical Education
  • Interpersonal Development
  • Personal Learning
  • Civics and Citizenship
  • The Arts
  • English
  • Asian Cultural Studies
  • Geography/History
  • Mathematics
  • Science/Technology
  • Communication
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Thinking

Our curriculum is further enriched through the following programs:

  • Waste Wise and Sustainable School Stage 2
  • Reading Recovery, Special Needs Assistance Programs
  •  Bi-Annual School Production
  • School Camps
  • Excursions/Incursions
  • MARC Van
  • Information Technology Lab
  • Class Computers
  • Intensive Swimming Program (Prep-6),
  • Perceptual Motor Program,
  • Interschool Sport
  • Pre-school to Prep Transition Program
  • Program Achieve – ‘You Can Do It’
  • Student Wellbeing/Leadership – Junior School Council, School and House Captains
  • Many and varied extra curricular activities offered including – Twilight Sports, Clubs, Whole School Special Days
  • Fruit Time
  • Super Sandwich Days
  • Kitchen Garden Program
  • Student Welfare Worker
  • Chinese Sister School

Yellingbo Primary School has entered into a formal Sister School agreement with Chang An Hua Yuan Elementary School in Wujiang, China. This relationship has been developed to increase students’ awareness and knowledge of the wider world outside of their immediate environment, and to help develop a degree of Asia Literacy. This is essential for our students to play an active role in the 21st Century world of education and work.

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