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Student Engagement

At Glengarry Primary School, we are empowered learners and respectful community members who embrace challenge and celebrate growth

Student Support

At Glengarry Primary School, we have programs and support to ensure all children can thrive. Not only do we have quality programs from within our school, we also have many external services that can contribute and support both our students and their families.

Our Principal, Inclusion Learning Specialist and Wellbeing Officer meet weekly to oversee the vital role of supporting our students at their point of need. We ensure we use a broad range of strategies and supports to enable our students to achieve the best possible outcomes.

We work closely with community organisations and local health practitioners to achieve the best outcomes for our students. We have a range of allied health practitioners who attend the school weekly to support interventions for students.

The aim is to provide evidence-based support to students and families so that they can maximise their experience at Glengarry Primary School.

Respectful Relationships

Everyone in our community deserves to be respected, valued and treated equally. We know that changes in attitudes and behaviours can be achieved when positive attitudes, behaviours and equality are embedded in our education settings.

Respectful Relationships is about embedding a culture of respect and equality across our entire community, from our classrooms to staffrooms, sporting fields, fetes and social events. This approach leads to positive impacts on student’s academic outcomes, their mental health, classroom behaviour, and relationships between teachers and students.

Together, we can lead the way in saying yes to respect and equality and creating genuine and lasting change so that every child can achieve their full potential.

The Respectful Relationships Curriculum is mandated in all Victorian classrooms and is a very important part of what we teach at Glengarry Primary School and include the following topics which are taught every year:

For further information on the Respectful Relationships initiative please see the following link:

Social Skills and 1:1 Support

We offer the opportunity for students to participate in small groups or in a 1:1 capacity to develop social skills, friendship building skills or a tailored support program. We know that every child is different and needs support and skill development in different areas, that’s why our targeted support is something we pride ourselves on

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club runs every Wednesday from 8.15 am to 8.45 am in the Riversdale Building.

Having breakfast has been shown to have a positive impact on factors such as physical and mental health, social skills, concentration, behaviour, attendance and academic outcomes.

Our School Breakfast Club aims to ensure any students who wish to come along and start their Wednesday with a healthy meal and a chat, are welcome.