Beaufort Primary School!
Over its more than one hundred and sixty years of educating the young people of Beaufort and District, Beaufort Primary School has seen many changes. From its early start in 1864 in tents on the goldfields of Fiery Creek - just out of the current township of Beaufort - it evolved to become the bluestone and brick school in Hill Street and, eventually, to the modern building on the Secondary College site in March 2014.
In partnership with our community, Beaufort Primary School will create a safe, supportive, inclusive and stimulating learning environment for our students. We will support the needs of the whole child by providing opportunities to develop academically, socially and emotionally so they can achieve their personal best.
At Beaufort Primary School we foster the development of respectful, compassionate thinkers who thrive academically, creatively and emotionally, and hold themselves accountable for the decisions they make whilst engaging meaningfully with their local and global communities.
Beaufort Primary School is committed to :
Specialist classes in the Arts, Physical Education, Sustainability, Auslan and STEM are provided to complement class programs.
A range of support and enrichment programs are offered to enhance learning opportunities for students, including our Tutor Learning Initiative, intervention and extension programs, swimming programs, athletics carnivals, team sports, camps, excursions and cultural performances.
All staff members demonstrate a strong commitment to professional learning and are continually updating their knowledge and skills to ensure high quality teaching occurs in every classroom. Teachers work collaboratively in Professional Learning Communities, meeting regularly to plan curriculum, share knowledge and reflect on teaching practices.
Parents and teachers are seen as partners in promoting children’s learning, with parents welcomed and encouraged to take part in a range of school activities.
Being co-located with the Beaufort Early Learning Centre and the Secondary College on the same site, we have have the opportunity to work with our colleagues for high quality, seamless educational provision, catering to the needs of the young people of Beaufort and District from early childhood to adulthood.
We look forward to welcoming you to our Beautiful Place to Learn.
Mrs Tameeka Rush