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At Healesville Primary School we inspire all students to be curious, creative and engaged lifelong learners.
We develop resilient, confident and respectful students who have the necessary skills to be a valuable member of their community.

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LATEST NEWS


Healesville District Rotary Speech Competition 2021


Evelyn Blake-Witton and Ella Deefholts were the finalists from Healesville Primary School. Both girls had to present their speeches via zoom and were competing against finalists from three other local primary schools. HPS is very proud of these amazing ambassadors for our school.

Congratulations to both for outstanding presentations.

Ella presented a speech on ‘The Earth in 2051’. The judges said that it was well thought out, well written, well researched and passionately presented. They were particularly impressed with her closing, which was a call to arms. Click on the link to watch Ella's presentation: https://flipgrid.com/s/AzhAyG-YwY3S

Evelyn presented her speech ‘Planet Earth from and Alien’s Perspective’. Again, the judges were very impressed with her level of maturity and her use of language. They explained that in the three areas they were looking at matter, method, and manner she was outstanding! Click on the link to watch Evelyn's presentation: https://flipgrid.com/s/tBYspwZSF4X9

CONGRATULATIONS to Evelyn for winning the Rotary Speech Contest. Her speech was brilliant, clever, emotive, passionate, and very well presented.

We are so proud of both of your efforts.


Enrolments for Prep 2022 are now open!

Please explore our Starting Prep section on the website to find out more or contact us on 5962 4053.

HART 2021 FINALISTS - Culture For Life!

Congratulations to HART 2021 finalist Healesville Primary School for their project 'Culture for Life'! Culture for Life is a cultural education program at Healesville Primary School. Now in its fifth year, the program builds appreciation and understanding of both traditional and contemporary Wurundjeri culture, history and more recently Woiwurrung language. The program creates awareness and respect for cultural diversity within the school and the community. The program has been designed and delivered by Traditional Owner Brooke Wandin with support from her family and Elders. There have been significant results around the school with the program growing from Prep to Grade 2 participating in 2017 to all year levels in 2021. Preps say an Acknowledgement of Country in Woiwurrung language at the beginning of each day. Culture for Life aims to plant seeds of curiosity in students and, when nurtured, can grow into strong trees to live within them for their adolescent and adult lives.Reconciliation VictoriaBank Australia3KND Kool 'N' Deadly#HART21


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