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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.


Last day of Term 2 – Friday 3 July

    Dear Parents,

    The last day of Term 2 is Friday 3rd  July.  School will finish with early dismissal at 2:10pm. 

    We invite our students to wear their “Happy Holidays” casual clothes on Friday.  (no gold coin required)

    ** Parents please ensure children can play and learn safely while at school (i.e. appropriate closed in shoes – no wheels etc and that children able to go to the toilet unaided)**

    We wish all our LPPS families a safe and happy holidays and we will see you back on Monday 20th July at 8:50am for the start of Term 3.

    Enrolment at LPPS

    School Tours

    There are currently no scheduled Linden Park Primary School tours. Please check back on the school website as new tour dates open.

    Reception 2021 Registrations of Interest

    OPENING Date*: Monday 24 February, 2020 – Reception 2021 Registrations of Interest are now OPEN.

    CLOSING Date*: Friday 7 August, 2020

    *dates may be subject to change, please keep an eye on our school website for possible future changes

    Please refer to our Quicklink “How to Enrol” for more detailed information and REC 2021 Registration of Interest form.

    Enrolment in 2020

    Please be aware, enrolments at Linden Park Primary School are in high demand and we are currently operating under a Capacity Management Plan. At this time we are not able to offer enrolment in any year level. We are unable to enrol any International Education Program students.

    We can only accept applications for our Enrolment Register from families physically living in the Linden Park Primary School zone.

    Please refer to our Quicklink “How to Enrol” for more detailed information on all enrolments.

    Year 2 2019 Water Well Initiative

    Last week (26th June) we received some exciting news.  Last year the 2019 cohort of Year 2s explored the global perspective of water in their Unit of Inquiry, “Sharing the Planet”.  The central idea for this unit was ‘Water is an essential natural and limited resource’. You may recall that the students held a 10c recycling drive in order to be able to build a well in a less fortunate country, as they were astounded by the number of people without access to fresh drinking water around the world.

    We can now report that the well has finally been constructed!

    The LPPS funded well is located in Bhatipara, Laksmir Char, in Bangladesh. During our fundraising efforts, Naveed (student in Room 4 last year) suggested that a well would make a large difference in a poor country like Bangladesh. The well will help the lives of approximately 100 people.

    We were delighted to see that through our action we can make a positive effect on the lives of others.

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