Edgewater Primary School places great importance on sustainable processes and practices within our school and the local community. Our aim is to raise our students' awareness of environmental issues and empower them to make a difference as good global citizens. Sustainability webpage.
Who could ever have imagined in 1983, that Edgewater Primary School would grow to be the outstanding educational institution that it is today! We want to make 2023 the best birthday bash ever. The guest list promises to be huge, with ex-students and staff joining us for the celebrations. Webpage.
Our Pre-Kindy Fun program will resume in Term 4 2022.
The P&C webpage has received a much needed update. Follow the links from the Parents tab above or click here.
We all know that parenting young children is, at times, not as easy as we would like it to be. The wellbeing of students is a major focus at our school. As we work in partnership with parents and carers, we have negotiated for school access to School TV, a programme that will support us all.
The mental health of our children is important at the best of times, however, it has become critical in these recently, not only in Australia, but worldwide.Our chaplain, Di, came across the following which may be of help to parents and carers - a mental health toolkit.
There is a lot of conflicting advice and emerging research around screen time. The right amount of screen time can depend on a range of factors. And it is not just the amount of time that is important - it's more about the quality and nature of what they are doing online.
We endeavour to provide our parents and carers with the very best in communication tools. To this end, our Department of Education endorsed app, School Star, uses the latest in technology and security. With School Star on your phone you will never miss another message from the school again.
A Fathering Project School Group has been established at our school. Their aim is to improve child development outcomes by inspiring and equipping fathers and father figures to engage positively with their children.
The Department of Education has established a website which provides all parents/carers with some outstanding resources to help you support your child through public education. Click here.