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  • Gardening Club

    Our Gardening Club dedicate their own time to the vegetable garden between the Year 4 and 5 classrooms. Here is a time lapse video of our great volunteers preparing one of the garden beds.

  • Week 9 Assembly

    This week's assembly video can be found here:

  • Photo Catch-up Day

    A reminder to all of our families that photo catch-up day is on Wednesday 2 December (next week). If any student did not have an individual photo taken, or any family ordered a family photo and it was not taken, please email your classroom teacher so that we can ensure that you are on the list to have the photo taken next week. Year 6 students will also have a graduation photo taken, so we ask all Year 6 students to be ready for their photo next week. Please ensure that all students that require a photo are in full summer uniform (not sports uniform, even if you have PE that day).

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  • Employment | St Patrick's Primary School Kilmore

    Employment Opportunities St Patrick’s is located at the southern end of Kilmore, situated 57 kilometres north of Melbourne. It is a rapidly developing, light industrial and residential town. The leading industries are pastoral, horse racing/trotting, education and tourism. Many of our parents commute to the outer northern areas of Melbourne for work each day. The township of Kilmore and the surrounding townships that form part of the parish of St Patrick’s have been predominately Anglo-Saxon but this is changing as more people establish themselves in the immediate area. St Patrick’s is a co-educational school offering a comprehensive curriculum including opportunities for multi-ability grouping. Children learn in a positive environment, which encourages co-operation, risk-taking and effective communication between teachers, students and peers. Within this environment, students are expected to develop positive self-esteem, work cooperatively with others, take pride in their school and their work, value achievement and respect staff and other students. ​ Basic Selection Criteria All applicants need to meet the following basic selection criteria: Actively articulate the School’s vision and mission as a Catholic school, and use this as a wellspring in all discussions and decision-making; Be active as an individual, and/or as a team member, to work towards the success of the School Improvement Plan, providing support, stimulus and action as necessary; Contribution to the development of, and adhere to, all of the School’s current and future policies and procedures; Demonstrated understanding of child safety and appropriate behaviours when engaging with children; Commitment to child safety and adhere at all times to the School’s Child Safe Policy and Code of Conduct (a copy of which can be found on the school’s website); Commitment to personal professional training and annual training in relevant programs such as Child Protection, Student Duty of Care, OHS, Privacy, etc. Demonstration of adherence to the School’s Occupational Health and Safety program . and additional, specific key selection criteria relevant to the individual role. ​ ​ Child Safety All applicants must be a suitable person to engage in child-connected work. ​ All applicants must read and understand the School's Child Protection Program, including: Child Safe Policy , Child Safety Code of Conduct , and the Staff and Student Professional Boundaries Policy . Acknowledge of this information forms part of the application process. ​ ​ Eligibility to Work Only applicants eligible to work in Australia will be considered. ​ ​ Privacy Policy We invite you to read our Privacy Policy and our Collection Notice in regards to employment. ​ ​ Applications Only applications providing all of the requirements stipulated in the advertised Application Pack will be accepted. The successful applicant for teaching positions will hold Victorian Institute of Teaching Registrations. The successful applicants for all other positions will be subject to a Working with Children Check (as an Employee) and a National Police Record Check. The completed Application pack and attachments should be addressed to: Michael Bourne School Principal St Patrick's Primary School 1 Conway Street Kilmore VIC 3764 and emailed to: employment@spkilmore.catholic.edu.au ​ All applications will be acknowledged via email upon receipt. If your application is shortlisted, you will be contacted for an interview and asked to bring the following documents: At least one form of identification such as driver's licence or current passport; Original documents confirming your academic qualifications such a masters, degrees, diplomas, etc. Victorian Institute of Teaching Registration card for teaching staff; Current Working with Children Check as an Employee and Police Record Check for non-teaching staff. All staff at St Patrick's Primary School are employed in accordance with the Victorian Catholic Education Multi-Enterprise Agreement 2018. ​ ​ ​ Current Vacancies If positions are currently being advertised they will be posted here on the School website and also at www.teachers.on.net ​ Speech Therapist - Two day a week contract role to commence immediately. Applications close on Sunday 7 November 2021. For more information go to Teachers on Net here . ​ Special Education Teacher - Full time contract role to commence on Friday 28 January 2022. Applications Close on Sunday 7 November 2021. For more information go to Teachers on Net here . Facilities Staff

  • St Patrick's Primary School, Kilmore

    ST PATRICK'S St Patrick's is a relational school that believes in strong family-school relationships to help foster the best outcomes for the students, both academically as well as socially and emotionally. Get In Touch News: Limited enrolments are currently available in a number of year levels Bonjour, and welcome to St Patrick's Kilmore St Patrick’s is founded on the values and teachings of Jesus Christ as they are presented to us in the Gospel. Our students are placed at the centre of everything we do, as we work collaboratively with our families to maximise students outcomes. Recent Blog posts Gardening Club 107 0 4 likes. Post not marked as liked 4 Week 9 Assembly 65 0 1 like. Post not marked as liked 1 Photo Catch-up Day 42 0 Post not marked as liked St Patrick's Videos

  • Enrolment Criteria | St Patrick's Primary School Kilmore

    2021 Enrolments Limited places are available in Years 1, 2, 4 and 5 Prep 2022 enrolment places are still available ​ Please visit the school, email: kathryn.fuhrmann@spkilmore.catholic.edu.au or call on (03) 5782 1579 for more information and receive an Expression of Interest. Enrolment Criteria Enrolment at St Patrick's is done so in accordance with the school's Enrolment Policy, a copy of which can be found here . ​ Priority for enrolment at St Patrick's is given to Catholic students. Enrolments are also invited for children from non-Catholic families. ​ The student should be a resident in the Parish and within the catchment zone for St. Patrick’s Primary School Kilmore. ​ Parents/guardian, as the prime educators of their children in faith, must demonstrate a commitment to upholding the teachings of the Catholic Church in practical ways and agree to support the school in all aspects of the total education of their child. ​ Other circumstances may be considered. ​ NB. The Parish Priest is the final authority in accepting the enrolment application. Catchment Zones With the opening of Our Lady of the Way Wallan, there are now two separate catchment areas for primary school enrolments within the Parish of St. Patrick’s Kilmore. Families who live in the Kilmore, Kilmore East, Bylands, Broadford, Pyalong, Wandong and Heathcote Junction areas are zoned for enrolment at St. Patrick’s Primary School Kilmore. New families who live in the Wallan, Wallan East, Beveridge and Darraweit Guim areas are invited to apply for a position at Our Lady of the Way Wallan. Enrolment Forms and Supporting Documentation Once you have received your Enrolment Pack please read through the information, complete the Enrolment Agreement (see copy to the right) and return to the school office. Please remember that you will need a copy of your child’s Birth, Baptism (child/parent where applicable) and immunisation certificates. These are required before the enrolment process can be completed. Copies of immunisation certificates can be obtained by phoning 1800 653 809 or by visiting their website here . Copies of Baptism Certificates can be obtained by contacting the Parish in which the child/parent was Baptised. For non-prep enrolments, copies of the last two school reports are also required. For all enrolments, copies of all other relevant reports (speech, medical specialists etc) or documentation (court orders etc). School Tours External newsletters

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