ROSEBUD PRIMARY SCHOOLHEART of the Community
Rosebud Primary School’s vision provides a positive and personalised learning environment where all students have the opportunity to celebrate success. Our values align with our motto that Rosebud Primary School is the HEART of the Community; HONESTY, EFFORT, ATTITUDE, RESPECT and TEAM-WORK.
Rosebud Primary School’s mission is to provide all students with positive, personalised learning, ensuring they all have opportunity to succeed. We firmly believe that the village educates the child, and everyone in our community is part of the education process.
Rosebud Primary School’s objective is to ensure all students leave our school with a practical understanding of the curriculum and are confident, life-long learners.
SCHOOL VALUES - H.E.A.R.T
Our School Values revolve around us being the ‘HEART of the community’ and developing Gratitude and Empathy.
HONESTY: With yourself and all the people you come in contact with.
EFFORT: Always give it your best shot.
ATTITUDE: Having a positive outlook on life.
RESPECT: Respecting yourself, others, our community and the environment.
TEAMWORK: Working together to achieve outcomes that benefit us all.
Innovative and Expert Classroom Lessons and Specialist Programs
The Victorian Curriculum is the Foundation to Year 10 curriculum that provides a single, coherent and comprehensive set of prescribed content and common achievement standards, which schools use to plan student learning programs, assess student progress and report to parents.
Our Targeted Learning Groups delivery of English and Math ensures that all students are provided lessons at their point of need. We also provide engaging and exciting specialist lessons in Art, Japanese, Music, Physical Education (including Outdoor Education) and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). Click below for more details.
A word from our Leadership Team
Rosebud Primary School is proud to be the ‘HEART of the Community’. We firmly believe that the village educates the child, and everyone in our community is part of the education process.
We are focused on building staff capacity and constantly improving our innovative curriculum and teaching practice.
Our School Values revolve around building gratitude, kindness, forgiveness and empathy, leading to resilience. ….MORE
Facilities and Resources
During 2021 and 2022, our school has gone through a modernisation process resulting in state-of-the-art learning spaces and resources. This includes our Senior Centre, a two storey building housing 8 classrooms, 2 large break-out areas, 2 small-group learning rooms, a huge tiered seating conference area, substantial art room, art gallery and STEM teaching room. Opening during 2022 will be a large indoor stadium, sports oval and new play areas.
Wellbeing of all our community is our number one priority …..MORE
Outside School Hours Care (OSHC)
Find out what’s going on in our school …. READ MORE
History of our School
Rosebud Primary School was established in 1884. MORE
"New Build" 2021-22
Many of our students were given the opportunity to go onto the build site and report on progress. Check our YouTube channel for these reports.
Tasty and nutritious meals are provided by “Stir Crazy Kids”. Click HERE for the latest MENU
Follow this link to our enrolment information
Our News & Announcements
Parents can find our weekly “Classroom Chatter” in our Compass portal.
Our unique virtual assemblies are both informative and entertaining. Assemblies are recorded and streamed on our FaceBook and YouTube channels twice per term. Check out our YouTube channel for the latest as well as checking out our 2020 and 2021 weekly virtual assemblies held during Covid lockdowns.
Parents are informed of school events and activities via our Compass calendar. Click on the link below for a basic web version of our calendar.
Our FaceBook page is the place to find out what’s happening in our school on a daily basis. Check out our latest stories below.
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We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land, the Boon Wurrung / Bunurong Peoples, and pay respect to the ongoing living cultures of First Peoples.