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Osborne Primary School

Premier’s Reading Challenge 2022

On the 5 May 2022 the Premier's Reading Challenge was launched. Inviting students from Kindergarten to Year 10 to uncover great mysteries through the world of books and to sign up for the Premier’s Reading Challenge. The challenge is to log 12...

Kindergarten and Pre Primary Enrolments Now Open for 2023

KINDERGARTEN 2023We are now inviting enrolments into Kindergarten and Pre-primary for 2023. Applications for Kindergarten children have a closing date of Friday 22nd July 2022. Application forms are attached to this notice or available from the school...

School Assemblies

Due to COVID restrictions our school assemblies are now presented over the school PA system to staff and students only until further notice. Thank you

Containers for Change

Containers for Change Recycling at Osborne Primary School As a part of Osborne Primary School’s Waste Wise program, the school is continuing with multiple recycling initiatives teaching students about the importance of ‘The 3 Rs’ – ‘Reduce,...

Upcoming Events

Monday July 18, 2022
  • School Closed for Students
Tuesday July 19, 2022
  • NAIDOC Incursion whole School
Wednesday July 27, 2022
  • Student Councillors Assembly
  • Year 4 Constable Care Safely School Excursion
Monday August 1, 2022
  • RAC Incursion
Tuesday August 2, 2022
  • RAC Incursion

From the Principal

MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Welcome back to a new term at Osborne. I am delighted to have been asked to continue as Principal for this term and I look forward to working with our community once again.
There has been a great deal of work going on at the school over the holidays, with new storage sheds, a new water bore and a new slide being installed over the past two weeks. It was great to see the all the staff and students returning to school refreshed after a well deserved break. We have an exciting term ahead.
I hope that Covid has not had too big an effect on your lives over the past few weeks. While we will continue to experience cases in the community, the major changes to operations announced by the state government this week will see life at Osborne beginning to resemble normality once more.
I look forward to a happy and productive term working with you all, and thank you for your continued support of our school. Please feel free to contact me with any concerns you may have or if you would like to contribute in any way to the life of our school.
Kindest Regards,

Andrew Knight

PRINCIPAL