Aveley North Primary School has developed a model of educational delivery that embraces an extended services philosophy whereby the school promotes the involvement of partner organisations. Research consistently demonstrates that a collaborative and integrated serviced delivery model for the provision of programs and services to pre-school children, school-aged students and families, will result in positive outcomes for children and the community more broadly. Working collaboratively with these partners Aveley North is able to access professional growth for staff and to engage wider community support for the school and its students. We aim to maintain effective partnerships by promoting, supporting and communicating effectively with parents/carers and the wider community.
Aveley North PS has partnered with CAMP Australia to provide our Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) program.
Camp Australia programs are centred on child enrichment, while ensuring a reliable, engaging and hassle-free OSHC service at our school. Their engaged educators foster a safe, inclusive environment where children can relax, have fun and grow.
Edith Cowan University
At our school, we are proud to have established a dynamic and collaborative partnership with Edith Cowan University (ECU). This partnership encompasses a range of initiatives aimed at fostering ongoing pre-service teacher development, providing professional learning opportunities for our staff, engaging in impactful research projects, and promoting student initiatives.
We recognize the importance of nurturing future educators, which is why we actively participate in pre-service teacher development programs facilitated by ECU. Through this collaboration, we provide aspiring teachers with valuable hands-on experience, mentoring opportunities, and a supportive environment to refine their skills and grow as professionals. We are dedicated to shaping the next generation of exceptional educators.
The primary responsibility of our on-site dentist is to deliver essential dental services to our students. They perform routine check-ups, examinations, and preventive treatments to maintain optimal oral health. Our dentist also provides guidance on oral hygiene practices, offering valuable tips and strategies for maintaining healthy teeth and gums.
One of the key advantages of having an on-site dentist is the convenience it offers to students and parents. Regular dental appointments can be seamlessly integrated into the school day, minimizing disruptions to learning and reducing the need for students to miss valuable class time. Our on-site dentist strives to make dental care accessible and hassle-free for our students and their families.
At our school, we are fortunate to have a dedicated and caring school nurse who plays a crucial role in promoting the health and well-being of our students. With their expertise and compassion, our school nurse ensures a safe and nurturing environment for everyone within our school community.
The primary responsibility of our school nurse is to provide comprehensive healthcare support to our students. From managing daily health concerns to addressing emergent medical needs, our nurse is always ready to provide timely and professional care. They administer first aid, assess illnesses and injuries, and offer guidance on managing chronic conditions, all while prioritizing the well-being of our students.
Aveley North Primary School aims to support therapy service organisations who wish to contribute to the achievement of positive educational outcomes to students during school hours. We enjoy developing collaborative partnerships with external agencies that are based on active communication, consultation and collaboration.
Once an on-site therapist request has been made by a family, we work with the family and the therapist to ensure that therapy is conducted at an appropriate time where educational and therapy goals can be met. In addition, we conduct review sessions to monitor that onsite therapy is effective for both the therapist, the classroom and most importantly the student.