Why choose Caulfield Primary School?

Learn

One of only 12 immersion schools in Victoria, our children learn to become global citizens by studying at least 7.5 hours of Japanese per week. Research clearly demonstrates that children who learn in two languages develop better cognitive skills which provide lasting lifetime benefits. With the current focus on the teaching of Asian languages, we are leading the way as the wider community seeks to learn more about the benefits of bilingualism…
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Create

Whilst the the fundamentals of Literacy and Numeracy are an integral part of the curriculum, Caulfield students also benefit from specialist programs in Science, Performing Arts and Physical Education as well as a wide range of enrichment activites…a trip to Japan, choir, environment club, musical instrument tuition, debating, lunch time sport competitions, video linking to schools overseas and much much more…
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Participate

New families become part of a vibrant and welcoming school community. Parents are key partners in their child’s education and are encouraged to help in the classroom, join committees and be involved in a range of educational and social activities. Any level of involvement is welcome, from listening to reading, joining Parents & Friends Club, craft club, attending Japanese lessons for parents, or baking for cake stalls…
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Visit

School tours are held every second Wednesday and Open Days are scheduled for Terms 1 and 2. Our ‘transition to school’ program for Prep starts in Term 4. Children attending the Early Learning Centre are also involved in school life, visiting the library and benefitting from introductory Japanese sessions. We welcome international students and older children who join us are provided with extra Japanese tutoring if required…
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Culture Class

On August 14th we celebrated the diverse school community we have at Caulfield Primary School.

Loom bands for learning

From Peter Gray, Principal At the end of last term we had two activities covered

Tommy Lahiff Cup

On Thursday 26th June 16 boys and girls from Grade 5/6 represented Caulfield Primary School

Visit from the Japanese Consul-General

This week we welcomed the new Japanese Consul-General to Melbourne, Ms Keiko Haneda. During her

Japanese Garden takes shape

It’s very exciting to see the Kokoro Hiroba (our Japanese Garden) taking shape along the

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