Stonnington Primary School is a school committed to maximising student achievement.
Stonnington Primary School is a school committed to maximising student achievement. Our school places a strong emphasis on the development of each individual’s learning capacity through providing challenging experiences and personalising learning. Student learning is inquiry focussed with high importance placed on collaborative learning environments and point of need learning. The individual academic, social and emotional needs of all students are a high priority. The school boasts a variety of electronic equipment for student use and the integration of Information Communication Technologies throughout the curriculum strengthens the stimulating programs offered.
Stonnington Primary School takes pride in the diverse cultural and socio-economic mix of the students, resulting in a rich environment that reflects the diversity found in the wider community. Elite gymnasts from the Victorian Institute of Sport High Performance Centre and international students add another dimension to the school.
Students learn best when they feel safe and secure in an orderly learning environment. Stonnington Primary School takes pride in the high priority that is placed on student wellbeing and welfare in order to facilitate high learning outcomes for all.
Stonnington Primary School (SPS) caters for students from Prep to Year 6 and is located in Hornby St on a landscaped site in the quiet residential area of Windsor. It has easy access to public transport, vibrant Chapel St precinct, the local library and a variety of parks and gardens. The school was first opened as Windsor Primary School in 1877 and today is known as Stonnington Primary School utilising the beautiful, original brick building, the Windsor Building, which is now of historical significance. The Kingsbury Early Learning Centre is a 21st century building housing students from Prep to Year 2. This building was named after Private Bruce Steel Kingsbury, a former student, who was a recipient of the Victoria Cross for his actions in Papua New Guinea during World War II.
An all-weather running track and oval, climbing equipment, community shelter and shaded courtyard provide delightful and varied outdoor play areas for the students.
Parents are fully involved with the school through school council, an active parents committee, supporting new families, and generally creating a warm community feel.
Following consultation with all members of the school community the school values of respect, responsibility, inclusivity, valour and passion were identified as the core set of values present in all aspects of school life from the curriculum to relationships. School tours are welcome please contact the Administration Office to arrange a booking.