The Victorian Government made a commitment to deliver 100 new schools between 2019 and 2026. This includes the new Keelonith Primary School.
Keelonith Primary School (pronounced keel-on-ith) was originally known by the interim name of Greenvale North West Primary School while it was being planned and built.
Loren Peavey has been appointed
as the first principal. Enrolments are now open for Prep to Year 6. For questions about enrolments, please email email@example.com .
information on the school, including enrolment, can be found on its official Facebook Page.
Enrolments are now open for Prep to Year 6.
Findmyschool.vic.gov.au has been updated to show school zones for 2021. This includes the zone for Keelonith Primary School.
Policies on enrolment, placement, and admission are available on the Department of Education and Training website.
Your new school includes:
Keelonith Primary School is a supported inclusion school. This means the school has been designed to support a higher number of students with a disability than a typical mainstream school. Included in the school design are facilities that provide additional support, so that all students have access to the same learning and play spaces.
These additional facilities include:
Greenvale West Integrated Community Centre is located next to Keelonith Primary School. This will help local children
make a smooth transition from pre-school and reduce the number of drop-offs
for some parents with kinder and school aged-children.
Loren Peavey has
been appointed as the first principal of Keelonith Primary School. This appointment follows a
thorough Department of Education recruitment process.
In the video presentation below, Loren Peavey answers all your
questions about enrolment, curriculum, wellbeing programs, facilities, uniform,
culture and more.
You can also read more about Loren's plans for the school in
this Frequently Asked Questions document (PDF or WORD)
Keelonith Primary School (pronounced keel-on-ith) was chosen as the school name following community consultation and discussions with Geographic Names Victoria, with consideration given to factors including public interest, relevance to the local area, and the consideration of local Indigenous languages.
Keelonith is from the Woi-wurrung language, as spoken by the Wurundjeri
people, and means ‘hear and understand’.
We consulted with local communities for three weeks from Wednesday 24 June to Wednesday 15 July 2020. Thank you for your input.
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