Welcome to Belgrave South Primary School where we have been providing excellence in teaching and learning for over 100 years. Located in the Dandenong Ranges, the school provides well equipped grounds and buildings in a beautiful setting. The school has an enrollment of approximately 260 students from Foundation (Prep) to year 6. It is a very special community that demonstrates its vision to ‘Respect Self, Respect Others and Repect the Environment.’

At Belgrave South Primary School, we have an exceptional team of teaching and support staff that work tirelessly for the benefit of each and every student. We pride ourselves in being a place where our mission is to ensure every child’s potential is achieved. Our students experience a broad curriculum supported by specialist programs in Art, Environmental Science, Physical Education and Japanese. Computers, notebooks and iPad access, enrich learning across the school.

In addition to our exceptional staff, we have a very involved community filled with parents, families, and community members that all support all our students. As the saying goes, “It takes a village to raise a child.” I am very proud to say that at Belgrave South Primary, we are a village of staff and parents that work together to support all our children. We have celebrated our many success and work together to plan for our future.

We are proud of the strong links with local pre-schools and extensive transition program. The Dandenong Ranges Network provides the staff with an excellent means to develop professional relationships between primary and secondary schools.

Choosing the right school is a very important decision for all parents. We are so proud of our school. We invite you to explore this website, or visit us in person, to discover more about our school and the education services that we offer.

Kerryn Baillie

 BAIPrincipal: Kerryn Baillie

Take a look at Belgrave South Primary School from the air with this VIDEO taken at the 2014 STAXAFUN Fete, our very own annual school Fete.


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