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Open Morning and Community Morning Tea @EPS

Education Week 2021 will run from 23-29 May and the theme is ‘Building Connections’. The theme celebrates the connections between schools and local communities and strengthens bonds with families and carers.

At Elmore Primary School we will be focusing our main celebrations around an Open Morning and Community Morning Tea.

On Wednesday 26th May we will be opening our classrooms to any current and prospective families, interested community members and the wider public.

From 9am to 10am our literacy program will be on show as our teachers and students collaborate during their Reader’s Worksop. From 10am to 11am, students will be showcasing their learning as well as participating in collaborative learning activities.

All are then welcome to stay on for a community morning tea. The local Bendigo Community Bank Branch is generously providing a BBQ with tea, coffee and light refreshments also available.

Please join us to help celebrate the wonderful learning available through state government education in Elmore.

Hello and welcome to Elmore Primary School.

Our school values of Respect, Resilience, Citizenship and Integrity underpin our daily actions. They ensure we create a safe and secure learning environment where we maintain high expectations for all of our learning community.

Our Vision

Elmore Primary School provides a safe and supportive learning environment where high expectations and meaningful partnerships are prioritised and valued. Learning is extended through the provision of a wide range of individualised opportunities that support students to become inquisitive, socially responsible and resilient lifelong learners.

At EPS we strongly value and foster the relationships we develop with our learners, our parents and families. We are a learning community committed to ongoing growth and development. We believe that learning is a partnership, where best results can be gained with the collective input of our learners, their parents and our teachers. With this in mind, we regularly collaborate to develop personalised learning goals for each student and identify researched strategies to inform progress and to individualise the learning experience.

At EPS we actively incorporate opportunities for students to engage with their local environment and community. We believe in developing informed and connected learners who are able to problem solve and see the many opportunities both within and beyond our school community.