HISTORY OF ALTONA NORTH PRIMARY SCHOOLAltona North Primary School was built in 1965 to serve a growing community from an industrial area and, at its peak, had a population of 1100 children. The school serves a strongly multicultural community covering 20 nationalities. In recent years the school has credentialed itself with an excellent educational program, a strong focus on performing arts and sustainability and has earned the complete respect of the local and broader community.
Altona North Primary School is about students, staff, families and the community working cooperatively together to develop positive attitudes, skills and the ability to confidently meet life's challenges.
At Altona North Primary School our shared values are;
Respect - to show politeness and have consideration for others.
Excellence - to strive to be better.
Acceptance - to be responsible for your own actions and decisions.
Community - A multicultural group of people living amongst each other sharing responsibilities and accepting diversity.
Honesty - to be truthful and sincere.
The school’s central purpose is to provide experiences which help students to develop:
TEACHING AND LEARNING STATEMENT
At Altona North Primary School, we believe children learn most effectively under the following conditions.When:
School Strategic Plan
Annual Implementation Plan
School Vision and Values