Upper Primary Learning Centre

Students in the Upper Primary Learning Centre range from 10 to 14 years of age. Students are placed in classrooms based upon their individual learning needs. We currently have around 140 students and 13 classrooms. Classrooms have between 5 and 14 students. We have high expectations of our staff, students and each other to ensure every lesson is a good lesson.

The Upper Primary team consists of four Professional Learning Teams. The main focus of the PLT is to build one another’s practice through classroom observations, planning and interpreting data to inform practice.  Staff have a collective responsibility for all of the students within the Upper Primary years class groups.  Each room has an Educational Support worker who assists the teacher and students in daily learning activities.

Professional Learning Teams

Each Professional Learning Team (PLT) is led by an experienced teacher. The team meets on a weekly basis and works through an Inquiry cycle process to plan highly engaging and focused lessons.  All teaching and learning is embedded in quality research and teaching practice.  PLT leaders attend weekly meetings to ensure consistency in all areas of teaching and learning throughout the school.  At Warringa Park School we work towards a common goal of making education accessible to all of our students no matter what their need or ability. Our Upper Primary students are working at diverse levels, ranging from Level A through to Levels 3 and 4 of the Victorian Curriculum.  All lessons are differentiated in every class to meet the individual needs of all students.

For more information, please contact the office for our Warringa Campus Learning Centre brochure on (03) 9749 5774