“I am what I am because of who we all are”
-- Ubuntu: African Belief.
Welcome to Brighton Beach Primary School. We hope that the enrolment of your child marks the beginning of a long and happy association with the school for your family. Our community school is vibrant and inviting. We know that all children can learn just not in the same way and not on the same day. By offering engaging choices we enable all children to understand and access their particular disposition as a learner, and to recognise that they have the capacity to be agile and adapt to the ever changing nature of education.
Brighton Beach Primary School prides itself on a culture of effective teaching and learning to achieve maximum student participation and engagement. Our goal is to develop discerning students who: thrive on thinking reflectively; relish embracing creativity; have the patience to be persistent; and the courage to build their stamina to be a risk taker.
Our values are promoted and lived each day, creating a learning community that ensures all students build resilience and can personalise their learning, care for others and feel safe.
The school is committed to building partnerships with parents in the education of your child/children. As parents, your involvement in the school life, your participation in the education programs and your interest in the activities of your child will add to the enjoyment of their primary school years. This strong home-school partnership drives our success and ensures that Brighton Beach provides the highest quality education for your child to grow and thrive socially, emotionally, academically and physically.
Brighton Beach Primary School is an exciting place to be that encourages positive attitudes to learning. Our students enjoy secure and pleasant surroundings that are superbly resourced for learning, sport and play.
I look forward to meeting and working with you in the future. If you wish to tour our school or discuss any aspect of the school or your child's welfare, please contact us to arrange a time.
Mrs Beverley May