Small in size, but big on ideas

Mercury (Hobart) - - BACK TO SCHOOL -

NEW Nor­folk Pri­mary School is a small school that caters for the unique needs of each child, from our Launch­ing into Learn­ing pro­gram (birth to five years old) to Year 6.

Our car­ing and skilled staff work hard on en­sur­ing all as­pects of a child’s learn­ing jour­ney are catered for.

While our core pri­or­i­ties are in lit­er­acy and nu­mer­acy, New Nor­folk Pri­mary School also of­fers spe­cial­ist Health and Phys­i­cal Ed­u­ca­tion, mu­sic classes, and a band pro­gram.

The school takes a proac­tive ap­proach to teach­ing re­spect­ful be­hav­iours and re­la­tion­ships.

Cre­at­ing a pos­i­tive learn­ing en­vi­ron­ment is em­bed­ded in the cul­ture at New Nor­folk Pri­mary School and is part of our mis­sion for en­sur­ing a qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion for all chil­dren.

The Learn­ing in Fam­i­lies To­gether (LIFT) ini­tia­tive sup­ports and builds strong part­ner­ships be­tween home and school.

The school has a new Early Learn­ing space, which in­cludes a large kitchen and wet area for cook­ing and craft. The main part of the large class­room of­fers many ar­eas for imag­i­na­tive play.

The wider play­ground has started an in­te­grated gar­den play­ground de­vel­op­ment, where stu­dents will be able to grow and cook with their own fruit and veg­eta­bles.

New Nor­folk Pri­mary School wel­comes new fam­i­lies to our learn­ing com­mu­nity.

Con­tact the Prin­ci­pal, Rachel Old­ham, via our school of­fice on 6261 2488 for an ap­point­ment to have a tour of the school.

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