Local primary schools

The Borough of Queenscliffe provides a range of educational opportunities in early and primary years, which give students the chance to develop the knowledge and skills needed to move confidently into secondary education. Children are able to learn and grow in a community-centred, resource-rich environment.

There are three local primary schools: Queenscliff Primary School, Point Lonsdale Primary School and St Aloysius Catholic Primary School.

Queenscliff Primary School

Queenscliff Primary School's vision of ‘Learning for the Future’, and values of Collaboration, Creativity, Curiosity, Communication and Compassion, drive all teaching, learning and programs at the school. It is the shared belief of all staff that that every child, regardless of their cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, has access to and is provided with equal opportunities for educational, social and emotional success.

Staff at Queenscliff Primary School believe in providing rigorous learning opportunities in Literacy, Numeracy, Science and Inquiry as well as offering a truly holistic learning program including Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Physical Education, Digital Technologies, Values Education, Kitchen Garden and Japanese.

Students and teachers at Queenscliff Primary School are part of a family of learners where endless opportunities are present for all stakeholders. Prospective families are welcome to contact the school for a personal tour of the facilities and to meet the students and staff, become familiar with the unique programs on offer and gain insight into the exciting and aspirational vision for constant growth and school improvement at Queenscliff Primary School.

St Aloysius Catholic Primary School

St Aloysius Catholic Primary School aims to support students to reach their full potential by developing in them a love of life and learning. Staff endeavour to instil courage and confidence while showing respect and care for others.

Children are regularly involved in local community activities such as sand dune revegetation, environmental planting programs, history walks and combined projects with the local council. Students regularly visit the local library to make use of community resources.