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Meet our Principal

Irymple South PS has been providing education to the community for over 100 years and a strong sense of community pride has always been a key feature of the school. There is a long history of parents, students and staff working as teams to provide the best possible education for our students.

We are proud of our school and the high standard of education and facilities we provide for our students. Teachers have high expectations of students and are committed to quality professional development, which means we are always exploring current research, thinking and new developments in education. Teachers are constantly reflecting on their own teaching and ensuring that they are implementing current best practice in the school’s teaching and learning programs.

I invite you to visit us. You will find our school has a warm and welcoming environment and that our students are supported to be the best they can be.

Please contact the school if you require further information regarding the programs the school provides and the exciting and progressive educational opportunities available to students.

Robyn Brooks


May 20th, Week 3, Term 2


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Lunchtime activities are great fun! Today some students came to the Art Room to do some colouring. Their pieces will go together to create a collaborative art work ❤ See MoreSee Less
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Cultural Experience DayKylah, Mackenzie, Jessica and Austin, along with our KESO Simone, have organised a Cultural Experience Day for the Prep to 2 students this Friday, 27th May. See MoreSee Less
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This week, the Year 4 students have participated in a Swimming and Water Safety Program at the Mildura Wave Pool. The students have been working on developing their swimming strokes. They have also been learning important skills for survival in the water such as survival strokes, floating and sculling, what to do if they do get in trouble in the water and how to rescue someone while still keeping themselves safe. They have had a blast swimming every day! See MoreSee Less
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