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Welcome to Spensley Street Primary School’s hub of community resources! Discover how we build connections with our community.
News & Events
Stay informed about all the exciting things happening at Spensley Street Primary School, from student achievements and community events to important updates and announcements. Whether you’re a parent, teacher, or student, you’ll find something of interest here.
All school dates and events are updated regularly on Compass. All families are advised to use Compass as their source for information about school events and dates.
View the school Compass calendar here.
Before & After School Care
Our Out of School Hours Care Program (OSHC) is managed by the School Council and offers care before school, from 7.30 am, and after school, until 6 pm. The OSHC program aims to provide a safe place for children to play, learn something new and have fun with friends. The Afters program is a great time for children to unwind after the school day and build strong friendships with children of all ages. The program operates at the school and children can choose from a range of activities including sports, arts and crafts, cooking, outdoor games and free play.
Spensley Street has a long tradition of participation by parents, carers and other volunteers in many aspects of the school. The school appreciates and values these contributions while recognising our responsibility to provide a safe environment for students, staff, parents, carers and other volunteers.
Welcome to our FAQs page where you can find answers to common questions about Spensley Street Primary School. We have compiled a list of questions and answers to help you quickly find the information you need. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for, please contact us.
At Spensley Street Primary School, we educate our community about the significance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, perspectives and histories. This learning enriches the lives of all families and their understanding of the Country on which they live and learn. We strive to instil a deep respect and appreciation for the truth of the history, place, values and cultures of First Nations People. Students and families will understand the significance of our place; the school’s proximity to the Merri Creek and Yarra River, and the importance of the Country we are on.