Viewbank Primary School

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A Message from the Principal

Welcome to the Viewbank Primary School website. We hope you find the information it contains helpful. Should there be anything about the school that you wish to clarify or discuss further, please do not hesitate to phone me, contact me via the school's email address, or come in for a chat.

The staff and parents of Viewbank Primary School have a strong commitment to creating a school environment which values caring for each other, respect and responsibility. We are also focused on enhancing the strong partnership between the home and school. We strive to develop each individual child's potential in all curriculum areas. We also emphasise the development of resilience in children through participation in a myriad of experiences promoting confidence, persistence, organisation, and getting along.

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Thursday, 16 October 2014 13:34

Occasionally we may not be aware of special circumstances that need to be considered during the class selection process. Such special circumstances might include but are not limited to health, emotional or learning matters, peer or sibling relationships or changes in the home situation.


Selecting a particular teacher does not fit within the realm of special circumstances. Information requiring our consideration needs to be addressed to ‘The Principal’ and handed to the office by Friday, October 31.


Please note that letters received after this date will NOT be accepted. All letters will be dealt with in the strictest confidence. Whilst each request will be given consideration, no guarantees can be given as there are many factors that need to be taken into consideration whilst grade lists are being compiled, with gender balance, diversity of learning styles, abilities and friendship groupings being some of the major ones. Finally, if you consider you have special circumstances, please make the request in writing EVEN if it has been made before –as much as we would like to think so, we can’t remember everything from years gone by! We do appreciate your trust in our professionalism in these regards.

Thursday, 16 October 2014 13:32
Wednesday 22nd October is our Japanese Day! Students will participate in a range of Japanese cultural activities and incursions, including a taiko drumming performance!


If you have pre ordered a special Japanese lunch order, they will be delivered to your child’s classroom at lunchtime.


The day will be a free casual dress day and children are encouraged to come out of uniform dressed in their grades/teams appropriate colour. Please see the table below to see what colour your child/children’s class is wearing.




Prep F

Prep R

Prep B

Prep C

Prep D

Grade 1L

Grade 1C

Grade 1H

Grade 1M

Grade 2K

Grade 3/4N

Grade 2L

Grade 3C

Grade 3B

Grade 4C

Grade 3K


Grade 4K


*Students in grades 5 and 6 have been split up and individual students will be told what team/colour they are in. Teachers will also have a copy of this.


Please note we will be doing some sports activities, so please ensure students wear suitable clothing.

Thursday, 16 October 2014 13:30

The Junior School Council’s ICE CREAM DAY will be held on Tuesday 21st October. For a gold coin donation students and staff can collect a Streets ice cream from the canteen at lunchtime. The JSC council reps will be helping to give out ice creams and collect gold coins.

The money collected will be forwarded to the Starlight Foundation.

Don’t forget to bring along your gold coins so you can enjoy an ice cream next Tuesday.


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