Notices & Forms
Heany Park Primary School uses the following apps to keep parents informed and to simplify payments
Suggest brief blurb about the canteen
Book Club will no longer be processing late orders.
We ask that you hand your orders in promptly so that our wonderful Parent Helpers are able to place the orders on your behalf.
We appreciate your co-operation and offer any parents who would like to assist with Book Club processing to please contact the office.
Reports, Plans & Policies
The purpose of the annual report to the school community is to inform parents and the wider school community of the school’s successes, activities and achievements throughout the year, and to meet legislative and regulatory requirements under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 and the National Education Agreement 2008.
Schools are required to submit a school annual report to the Department by 31 March each year.
Annual reports are made available to the school community at a public meeting organised by the school principal, and on the VRQA State Register.
Find attached below the current Annual Report for Heany Park Primary School:
Current plan to be uploaded soon.
Heany Park Primary School aligns all policies and actions with Government guidelines. We use the School Policy and Advisory Guide as a quick and easy reference to governance and operational policies and advice. It complements the Department’s extensive web resources and directs users to relevant websites and supplementary information. For more information on Government policies, advice and guidelines, please access the website at: www.education.vic.gov.au/spag. The Guide’s content is subject to ongoing change. We encourage you to visit this site regularly to obtain the latest information. Please also feel free to view our school specific policies which are listed in the tab under Parent Info. General Policies include:
Out Of Hours School Care
We have an out of school hours care program run by OSHClub. Please see the attached pdf to find out more.
Heany Park Primary School Community
In a positive school community, every face has a place, every voice is valued and everyone has something to contribute. Our school has a high level of parent and community involvement. Parents are encouraged to take an active role in discussing, monitoring and supporting their children’s learning. Parents are involved in setting goals for the school and in developing school policies. The school is an important part of the local community and we try find ways to involve business and community leaders in the work of the school, as well as to establish partnerships with other agencies and businesses to advance school goals.
You Can Do It! Education’s main purpose is to support communities, schools, and homes in a collective effort to optimise the social, emotional, and academic outcomes of all young people.
Its unique contribution is in identifying the social and emotional capabilities that all young people need to acquire in order to be successful in school, experience wellbeing, and have positive relationships including making contributions to others and the community (good citizenship).
The 5 Keys of YCDI Education
Our core purpose is the development of young people’s social and emotional capabilities, including:
- Confidence (academic, social)
- Getting Along, and