Welcome to Newport Lakes Primary School where an enthusiastic and dedicated team of teachers work together to provide a stimulating and challenging learning environment for all students. The School Council, Parent Club, families and staff enjoy a positive relationship which is reflected in a school culture that values and embraces a partnership approach to education.
The vision of NLPS is to develop students that are resilient responsible, respectful and compassionate, within a safe and nurturing environment.
We provide a rigorous educational program that empowers students to excel, take action and become lifelong learners.
We believe all students can learn and as members of diverse communities we can make a difference to the world around us.
School Fete Wow – what a night it was! The 2014 Newport Lakes Twilight Fete was a fantastic evening of entertainment that the entire family could enjoy. The evening was all about bringing the community together and having fun and that is certainly what happened.
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A parent information session was held for new 2015 Prep Families. If you missed the presentation or would like to view this again please click here.
DATES TO REMEMBER
2015 Term Dates
2015 Pupil Free Days (TBC)
29th January - 27th March
13th April - 26th June
13th July - 18th September
5th October - 18th December
|Thursday 29th January||
First day for all students
Preps 9.00am - 1.30pm
|Friday 30th January||
Preps 9.00am - 1.30pm
|Thursday 26th February||
Preps and new families picnic
5.30pm - 7.00pm
Newport Lakes Primary is currently taking steps to become a more sustainable school. We are participating in a State Government initiative called ResourceSmart AuSSI Vic that endeavors to assist schools to embed sustainability in everything they do.
To begin our sustainability journey we are collecting data and information about our school population and environment. Our current focus is to investigate our ecological footprint. An ecological footprint, also known as carbon footprint
is a measure of human demand on Earth's ecosystems. It includes our food, energy use, waste and all other resources we use to live.
It would be a great help to our school if you could take the time to complete this ecological footprint questionnaire. It is available through the World Wildlife Fund website and will take around 10 minutes to complete.
For easy access to the website, go to
When you have completed the questionnaire you will be informed of how many Earths are required for your lifestyle. Please email this number and your child’s grade levelto the school with the subject “sustainability” by the end of Term Three. email@example.com
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to come and see me.
Follow us @nlpstweets
Newport Lakes is now on Twitter. Following the success of a number of schools, we are experimenting with using Twitter as a form of communication. So, if you already have Twitter, please follow us @nlpstweets. Just visit www.twitter.com
If you are interested in learning more about Twitter, there will be a short information evening held this term to explain what it is all about, and exactly how to use it. The date of this will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
Recently staff at NLPS undertook some professional learning about Twitter. We are in the early days of this ‘Twitter Journey’ so we all look forward to learning about it together.
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