Belvedere Park Primary School
Belvedere Park Primary School
Belvedere Park Primary School
Belvedere Park Primary School

Genuine learning opportunities in an inclusive environment

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Belvedere Park Primary School welcomes you

Belvedere Park Primary School aims to create a supportive and inclusive environment where all students are encouraged to explore their potential and achieve their personal best in all aspects of school life. Students will be challenged and engaged through authentic learning opportunities that inspire them to develop creativity, confidence and resilience to become independent and ethical life-long learners.

From our Principal

We set high expectations for our students and work hard to safeguard positive emotions across our school community. We develop and provide productive partnerships and connections with our families. We encourage our students to develop respectful relationships with their peers, teachers and the broader community.

How we nurture our children and their educational growth is a tremendous source of pride for our staff and the community. We grow together, appreciating our similarities and accepting the strength of our diversity. We'd love you to join us!

Ben Moncrieff

Ben Moncrieff

School Principal

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BPPS News

  • NEW School Lunch Order Menu

    School Lunch Orders are BACK on Friday 19th Februray! Our new menu is available on Compass under School Resource and also on our website under the General Info tab.

  • Whole School Assembly

    Our whole school assemblies will commence on Friday 5th February. Weather permitting, these assemblies will take place outside at the front of the school at 2:30pm. Parents/carers are welcomed to attend but must socially distance from each other.

  • 2021 School Photos

    This year our school photos will be taken on Thursday 11th March 2021. Each student will have their individual photos taken along with the whole class photo.

  • Labour Day Holiday (Monday 8th March)

    This year the Labour Day holiday is on Monday 8th March. This is a student-free day and the school will be closed.


Keeping our school community safe

Here are some guidelines to help our school community stay safe and healthy in 2020:

1 - Practice good hygiene
2 - Ensure physical distancing
3 - If you are unwell, stay home and get tested
4 - Wear a mask.


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