Welcome to Lalor East Primary School

Lalor East Primary School prides itself on providing an excellent education to children across the Whittlesea municipality in Melbourne, Victoria.

Our philosophy is education of the whole child with an emphasis on developing students who are literate, numerate and curious. Lalor East Primary School values include: Respect, Cooperation, Caring, Honesty and Personal Best.

Our attractive environment has been enhanced by the addition of a magnificent multipurpose centre where Music, Physical Education and community events are held weekly. We have extensive play equipment areas for the students
as well as a full size oval, indoor and outdoor basketball courts and quiet areas.

We value the partnership between parents, students, teachers and the wider community.

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Welcome to Country 2 We were fortunate to have Wurundjeri tribal elder Ron Jones come to our school on Monday 4 March 2013 to perform our ‘Welcome to Country’ Ceremony.The Welcome to Country Ceremony demonstrates respect for Koorie people and acknowledges the spiritual, physical and cultural connection their ancestors have with their ‘country’ as the first people of the land now known as Victoria.
During the ceremony Ron explained the importance of the land to the Koorie people. He presented our School Captains and Vice Captains, Billy, Yasmine, Randy and Suzana with some gum leaves to signify the link to the land and the importance of looking after the land on which we live. Welcome to Country 1
Our school leaders will continue to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land at our Monday assembly.We hope you enjoy the photos from the ceremony with Ron, our Koorie students, members of their family, our KESOs (Thelma and Michael) and our school leaders.
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On Wednesday, 8th August, the grade 1/2 students participated in a two- hour exciting
Ambulance in Schools Program as part of our ‘Community Helpers’ unit of work
Students participated in an interactive demonstration led by the
Education Officer by incorporating the five key messages:

CALL 000 in an emergency

DON’T HANG UP when calling 000


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Senior Tim Visits Lalor East Primary School
By 1/2 Kristian
On Tuesday Senior Tim from Epping Police came to visit our
school. Senior Tim talked to all the grade 1/2s. He talked
about where he worked and what he does for the community.
He showed us the things he uses for his job like handcuffs,
capsicum spray, fingerprint dust and different hats.
Some people were picked to wear the different hats and one
person got to wear a yellow police vest. One person even got
to try the handcuffs! We got to ask lots of questions and we
found out lots of information about the police. Thank you very
much to Senior Tim for coming to school. It was fun!

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Outside School Hours Care
We are proud to partner with Camp Australia to provide our outside school hours care program.
To find out more about the program at our school, including hours of operation, fees and how to register please click here

CUA Comminuty Care