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Principal’s Message

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A warm welcome to students, families and staff of Pascoe Vale Primary School.

Pascoe Vale Primary School is a growing school with an enrolment this year of about 525 students in 24 classes. Our steadily-growing enrolments allow for greater flexibility, both in staffing and curriculum, while still maintaining a community feel and a sense of belonging for all. Pascoe Vale Primary School, established in 1891, has a proud tradition of education in the City of Moreland. The school is located in an established residential area, approximately 10-11 kilometres north of Melbourne CBD, servicing a community which reflects the diversity of modern Australian society.

There are 39 languages spoken and these include:-Turkish, Tagalog, Ilokano, Indonesian, Italian, Maltese, Arabic, French, Greek, Serbian, Tamil, Urdu, Malay, Hebrew, Thai, Russian, Spanish, Mandarin, Japanese, Bosnian, Vietnamese, Filipino, South East Asian, Malayalam, Dhivehi, Moroccan, Gujarati, Macedonian, Persian, Dutch, English and Chinese.

We are committed to the development of whole-school effective teaching and learning practices to best support the children in our care. At Pascoe Vale Primary School we realise that starting school is an important event in the lives of children and their families. We have high expectations about your child becoming literate and numerate. We know we share these expectations with parents and other family members. These aims are best achieved when home and school share their individual goals for the children and work together to achieve them. The development of this partnership is important for children to learn and to be happy at school. At Pascoe Vale Primary School, our vision is to provide quality, stimulating programs in a safe and supportive environment. Students are encouraged to become problem solvers, reflective thinkers and flexible individuals. Our programs aim to develop behaviour that encourages a healthy lifestyle, lifelong learning and responsible citizenship.

Anne Naughton, Acting Principal