The purpose of Hampton Park Primary School is for students to: Learn; Make Friends; and Have Fun
Welcome to Hampton Park Primary School. We have a rich history of being proactive and forward thinking in our application of programs that deliver improved academic, social and emotional outcomes for students.
Dedicated and high quality teaching and support staff strive to achieve the best outcomes for students in an environment of strong collegiality and self-reflection. Together with strong leadership from the administration team they provide the safe and secure environment that allows all students to flourish and realise their potential.
We have a strong values focus, and explicitly teach the schools core values to students. We understand that social and emotional development is important to producing good citizens. We celebrate our Values via whole school activities each term where children are provided opportunities to demonstrate the values in a series of activities across all ages.
Hampton Park is a suburban school with a total enrolment K-6 of approximately 385. There are approximately 250 families, from a diverse range of cultural backgrounds represented in our school community.
Hampton Park has a strong commitment to early childhood education and providing parents with useful tips to ensure that their children are school ready as well as helping to promote early literacy and social skills. We continue to pursue nature play in our early childhood area as it has been identified as an important factor in the educational and social development of young children.
The School has a strong connection with its School Community, supported by a robust and active P&C. We hold a number of joint Community events during the year, and strongly advocate for active Parent involvement in the school and in the education of the students.
In this section of our web site you will find a number of useful policies that help to explain operational matters at Hampton Park Primary School. When used in conjunction with the Parent Information Handbooks (see Parent Info tab) a large amount of important material is available for quick reference.
The School Board regularly reviews policy information and fine tunes policy and procedure where appropriate. By contacting your representatives on the board (use email@example.com address – attention School Board) your input can be discussed.
Underpass Plan / Northlink Project
John Holland will provide regular updates on the Northlink Project. This will cover road closures, progress on the underpass and other items that pertain to the project and the school.
Term 4 Planner
Can we please ask Parents to remind their Children to return all Library Books and Home readers ASAP. Invoices will be sent for any outstanding books. Thank you