Linden Park Primary School aims to develop resilient, innovative, curious and creative lifelong learners who appreciate diversity and who will ultimately make a difference through their actions.


Early Dismissal end of Term 3

Friday 30th September is the end of Term 3.

Linden Park Primary school will finish early at 2:10pm.

Out of school hours care (OSHC) will be available if required - please book online via the My Family Lounge app.

On the last day of term 3 all students are invited to wear their pyjamas to school to celebrate the last day of term and to help raise money for purchasing lawn games over at Mariner Oval.

This year our SAC committee decided that term 1 and 4 would have a casual day where donations would be passed on to charities nominated by our students. Money raised from casual days in Term 2 and 3 would stay in the school and be put towards improvements and games at Mariner Oval.

If you choose to dress up, please bring a gold coin donation.

Theme: Pyjamas – Please wear closed in shoes e.g. sneakers/sports shoes (no slippers)

When: Friday 30th September

Donation: gold coin

From Even Stevens SAC representatives

Enrolment at LPPS

Applications for enrolment from families physically living inside the LPPS school zone will be considered if or when vacancies exist, with priority consideration afforded to those applicants already on the school’s enrolment register as per our Capacity Management Plan

Currently, no vacancies exist at the school and we are not able to offer direct enrolment at the school.

All enrolment register applicants will be encouraged to remain at their current primary school, or referred for enrolment to other
neighbouring schools, and upon an applicant’s request placed on the school’s enrolment register.

For more detailed enrolment information including school zones and register documentation click here

Traffic Changes on Highfield Ave


LPPS Governing Council have been liaising with Burnside Council, seeking to improve the traffic congestion and risks to our school community during peak traffic times of before and after school.

The outcome has been to remove access to Durham Avenue as a drop-off and collection point. From Monday 17 October (start of Term 4), we are asking families not to turn-into Durham Avenue cul-de-sac (No through Road), to drop off or pick up, as the current carparks will no longer be available to families. These changes have been made to protect the pedestrian traffic leaving Durham Avenue and to direct students and families to arrive and leave safely via the School road crossing.

Drop off and pick up is still available along the school (northern) side of Highfield Ave, at the 2 minute passenger loading locations.  There is NO STANDING (including kiss and drop) available on the Southern side of Highfield for morning drop off, or afternoon pick up ie. 8:00am – 9:15am and 3:00pm – 4:00pm.

Suggestions to support the traffic flow is to ask our community to treat Highfield Avenue as a one-way street during drop off and pick-up. The signage along the road supports using the Northern side of the road (closest to the school) as parking for ‘Kiss and drop’.

The School and the Council will have staff located along Highfield and Durham Avenue to assist the School community navigate the changes.

Leaflet attached here.

We look forward to your cooperation to help make our School environment a safer place.

Videos for parents


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