Recent News

Farewell Mr Noly

After 8 wonderful years we farewell Mr Noly. He will be greatly missed by all.His expertise, caring and friendly nature have been assets to our school. Farewell Sensei Noly!

Book Week 2023

Each year we have a parade to celebrate Book Week.See More

Grades 5 & 6 Camp visit

Our grade 5 @ 6 students had an awesome time at Camp Woorabinda last week.see more

Uncle Ron visits our school

Ron Murray is a Wamba Wamba man (Swan Hill area) living at Yapeen, near Castlemaine, in central Victoria on Jaara country. Ron is a cultural educator, storyteller, musician, didgeridoo maker and wood sculptor. He has made beautiful art pieces for Muhammad Ali, Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens). Read More

100 days of school

Congratulations to our Foundation students on 100 days of school. Click here to see photos of the special day.

ABC TV interviews our Mini Socceroos

New Chickens

Meet one of our new chickens. Our students are so happy to have more chickens. They love to feed them and collect their eggs.

Fun Run 2023

We are thrilled to share the exciting news about our amazing Colour Fun Run.It was an incredible event filled with energy, laughter, and vibrant colours. Thank you to all who donated for the Colour Fun Run. Your contributions have made a significant impact in reaching our fundraising goal.

Gold Award SWPBS

It is with the greatest of pleasure that we officially announce St Albans Heights Primary School are the proud recipients of the Gold Award from the Victorian School Wide Positive Behaviour Support. We are one of only five schools in the Brimbank Melton Network to Achieve Gold.Read More  SWPBS

Parents enjoying Craft in the Community Hub

 Our Community Hub offers information sessions on diverse topics of interest for the local community, sports & recreational activities, social events, English & skills training classes, Playgroups and volunteering opportunities.Timetable 

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Ready Steady School 2023

Harmony Day

A great time was had by all our families at our Harmony day BBQ.A free sausage sizzle and lots of activities kept everyone very happy.Lots of families came in their national costumes which added a lot of colour to the day.Bubbles and music added atmosphere to a very successful day !

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Child Safety

St. Albans Heights Primary School is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people, we have a zero tolerance for child abuse. This will be the primary focus of our care and decision-making.

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