Amsleigh Park Primary School


Located in the quiet suburban streets of Oakleigh East, Amsleigh Park Primary School is the local school of choice. Our dedicated and caring staff focus on developing the ‘whole child’ with a balance of; academic learning, social-emotional development and the provision of a range of quality extra-curricular programs. Our staff pride themselves on providing high quality programs that engage our children in their learning and instil the essential skills that will enable them to become lifelong learners.

Our vision ‘To provide a supportive, engaging learning environment through high quality teaching that enables all students to reach their full potential as lifelong, resilient learners well prepared for an evolving global future, ’ is embedded in all our programs.

In 2016 we will continue to focus on our 5 core values: Respect, Integrity, Motivation, Tolerance and Empathy ensuring that we are, at all times, living up to our school motto ‘Our Best Always!’

We would love to show you around our school.

Please call now to arrange a tour

Phone: (03) 9544 1553


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Excursion to Melbourne Museum – Cooks Cottage

"Last Thursday, 29th of February the Grade 3 and 4 classes set off for their first excursion of 2019! We headed into the city to explore Captain Cook's cottage in the Fitzroy Gardens and a First Peoples exhibition in the Melbourne Museum, to further our understandings...

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The School Picnic

Huge thanks to everyone who came along to our annual school picnic last Friday. It was an absolutely glorious day, and great to see so many families along for the event. There were numerous games, sporting activities and of course the adventure play equipment was a...

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Celebrating Book Week – Bedtime Stories Night

All children love it when someone reads to them and our staff love to read, so what better way to celebrate Bookweek than to have a bedtime stories night. This event is a great favourite and it was no wonder the learning street in our Junior Learning Centre was packed...

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School Upgrade Project