As of Tuesday 4th February, our most recent advice on the Coronavirus is that, if any students or staff of this school returns from anywhere in China they are required to be kept away from school for fourteen days from the date of return to Australia. For further information please click here.
In 2020, the cost of your child’s books is $110 per student. Thank you to all the many families who have so promptly paid this booklist money to the office. Just a reminder to all other families that you can pay this money at the office via cash or through our eftpos facilities.
The Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) will provide payments for eligible students to attend camps, sports and excursions. Families holding a valid concession card are eligible to apply. $125 per year is paid for eligible primary school students.
To download an application form click here.
We are a SunSmart school at Dandenong North Primary School. As outlined in our SunSmart policy we must ensure all students are protected from skin damage caused by the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun.
Please remember to call the school on 9794 7899 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to notify the school of your child’s absence early in the morning if your child is going to be away or late for school so that your child’s absence can be recorded correctly.
All Years 1 - 6 students at Dandenong North have access to Mathletics. Mathletics is an engaging mathematics learning resource that is highly supportive with learning tasks targeted to the Australian mathematics curriculum.
If there are any changes to the Student Emergency Contact Details please notify the office as soon as possible to make the necessary updates.
School tours will be held every Wednesday at 9:30. Look forward to meeting you on the day.
Dandenong North Primary School presents The Reading Factory - A Life Changing Literacy Support Program.
Congratulations Mrs Mackay on receiving the John Laing Award, which is presented to exceptional school leaders. Jenny’s dedication and work to help gifted and talented children; and EAL and disadvantages students, has greatly impacted on school practice and learning outcomes. Click here for article.
On Thursday 20th July the Channel 7 crew was at our school reporting on the careers of our illustrious principal Mr. Mackay and assistant principal Mrs. Mackay. Kevin and Jenny will be receiving a state award in recognition of a combined 95 years in education.
The medal was presented to Mr Mackay by the Governor of Victoria, the Honourable Alex Chernov...