Recent News

Camps are Cancelled

It is with regret we need to cancel the Grade 4 and 6 Camps for 2021. 

Grade 3 - 6 on-site must wear a mask

From next Monday 18th October students in grade 3 - 6, attending school on-site, MUST wear a face mask.

Returning to On-site Schooling

Please find below the days / dates that each year level will be completing the staggered start to on-site schooling.

Quarantine Update

For any students who have been in quarantine, clearance letters are required to be presented to the school before you can return. 

Information on Prep Enrolment for 2022

I am excited about the prospect of the new Preps attending Courtenay Gardens Primary School in 2022. As we have been in lockdown, we have unfortunately needed to cancel some of our planned transition events this year. Nevertheless, we will be able to do the following:

Colour Fun Run

Due to recent announcements of Victoria's roadmap out of COVID lockdown released by Premier Daniel Andrews, we have managed to change the date of the School Colour Fun Run to December 10! Please read through all information to see updated timeline dates.

Parents Building Solutions Help Seminars

Presented by Anglicare, these are programs and courses to help carers and parents develop and strengthen their parenting skills.

A Student's Fundraiser

I, Keerat Singh will make a fundraising event for people in remote areas who are homeless, don't  have a job and people who have deadly diseases. Go to to contribute.


The school continues to use Compass as the main communication system for parents. It is necessary that parents can access Compass- the Parent Portal. There is a computer based log in and also the app for your phone. If you do not have your password for this, please contact the school office.

Premiers' Reading Challenge

The Premiers’ Reading Challenge is an opportunity for your child to read a selection of pre-approved books and receive a certificate for their efforts. It requires a commitment from both you and your child to read books from the PRC reading list.

Students cycling to and from school

It has come to the school's attention that some students cycling to school are not following road rules and not wearing helmets, putting them at risk of serious injury. If your child currently cycles to school or you are considering this, please note the following: