Glen Huntly Primary is proud of providing a caring and challenging learning environment for all of our students, which is enabling them to reach their full potential, become life-long learners and effective citizens in a global world.
The dedicated and motivated teachers are inspired and passionate and place high value on having a major positive effect on all students and providing individualised differentiated learning for each student. Glen Huntly Primary School is committed to the Real Schools program, which implements Restorative Practices across the school, to maximise student engagement and wellbeing and social justice approaches.
Our high academic achievement in Literacy and Numeracy, is attributable to our teaching and learning program which incorporates explicit and structured Big 6 strategies and utilises extensive current ICT learning approaches.
All teachers comprehensively determine all students’ individual prior knowledge and readiness to learn, whilst developing a culture of high expectations, by modelling and setting challenging and personalised learning goals.
An exemplary Visual and Performing Arts program is well established with an annual Art Show exhibition and Cabaret, proudly showcasing all student work and artistic endeavours. The addition of our resident student rock band, The Party Hats, and more recently The Second Chairs, has been a wonderful experience for all involved.
Our environmental sustainability program incorporates a cooking program, caring for our chooks and waste-wise initiatives.
The spacious, well maintained grounds include a separate Junior site for Prep – 1 classes and a Senior site for Grades 2 – 6.
The parent community is exceptional and proactively involved in a positive and valued partnership, with the Glen Huntly Parents Association, Buildings and Grounds and Fete committees, being very active contributors to the life and functions of the school.
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Victoria and pay respect to the ongoing living cultures of First Peoples.