GOVERNMENT - PRIMARY - COURTENAY GARDENS PRIMARY SCHOOL
COURTENAY GARDENS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Address: Rosebank Drive, Cranbourne North
Phone: 5995 7139
Back in 1995 Courtenay Gardens opened with beautiful buildings, chairs and tables and a little office equipment. The school was indeed fortunate to inherit an entire library collection from the closed school of Mimosa P.S. in Glen Waverley. In the intervening time frame we have built upon these basic resources and used forward planning so that now we are extremely well equipped and more than capable of addressing the needs of all of our students.
Highlights in the resource area include the building projects of a computer room, 6 new classrooms, open space and storage areas; an extension to the staffroom and assistant principal’s office; 5 large shade areas; 5 adventure playgrounds and a fitness track. In 2002 Courtenay Gardens was awarded an Achievement Award for their grounds and gardens by the State Schools Garden Awards. All of these major projects have come about through major injections of funds and the sheer hard work of the local community.
Over the past five years we have again added to our buildings with a television studio, a performing arts centre, an administration upgrade and the building of a full sized gymnasium and new science room. For Loretta each of these resources has added much to the education of all of our children. Loretta is constantly striving to have Courtenay Gardens at the forefront of innovation and excellence and has tirelessly promoted the school within the local community and wider educational community.
GOVERNMENT - PRIMARY - LYNDHURST PRIMARY SCHOOL
LYNDHURST PRIMARY SCHOOL
Address: 70 Brookwater parade Lynbrook
Phone: 8768 6700
Lyndhurst Primary School is a new school located in the Marriott Waters Estate in Lyndhurst. The school opened for all levels, Prep-6, in 2011. Lyndhurst is a Public/Private Partnership School that lies in the south-eastern growth corridor, in the City of Casey.
The school opened in 2011 with approximately 150 students and rapid growth has occurred in the first few years of its existence. Currently there are 830 students at the school and over 900 are expected for 2017. Lyndhurst Primary School, like several other schools around the state, is part of a partnership agreement between the Victorian State Government and Axiom Education, a private consortium.
Whilst Axiom and its partners are responsible for the construction and on-going maintenance of the school facility, in every other respect, Lyndhurst is a state government primary school. In essence, the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) lease the property from the private consortium over a 25 year lease period
INDEPENDENT - ST.THERESA'S PRIMARY SCHOOL (CATHOLIC)
ST.THERESA'S PRIMARY SCHOOL
Address: 131 Endeavour Drive, Cranbourne North
Phone: 5996 7525
St Therese’s is located on Endeavour Drive and a high secure fence surrounds the school, providing a safe sanctuary for the children within. There are three adventure playgrounds and an undercover sandpit that children enjoy all year round. There are multiple hard courts and a gymnasium that is used for sport lessons as well as after school community run sports such as karate and basketball. The students enjoy plenty of grassed spaces. There is a footy oval, a soccer oval and other grassy areas for students to play on.
There is currently an enrolment of 290 students. The school is structured into two streams of classes from Foundation to Year Four and three Senior classes made up of Year Five and Six children. The number of students in each class is kept as low as possible with classes in Foundation to Year Four having a maximum of 25 students.
GOVERNMENT - SECONDARY - LYNDHURST SECONDARY COLLEGE
LYNDHURST SECONDARY COLLEGE
Address: 950 South Gippsland Highway, Cranbourne North
Phone: 5996 0144
Lyndhurst Secondary College’s overriding vision is to empower students for both learning and life, beyond their secondary school years.
We provide a safe, challenging and stimulating learning environment in an effort to build student confidence and self-worth. Lyndhurst school values seek to make students feel proud of, and connected to, their school, that’s why we develop their responsibility for their own learning and development.
The creation of a positive and inclusive learning environment enables a stronger focus on learning so that all students are supported to reach their full potential, irrespective of background or individual need.
Through our common purpose, vision and value of respect, we aim to provide a rich, diverse and quality educational experience for our students.