Set on four hectares, Croydon Primary School offers enviable space and tree filled grounds.
The newly refurbished sport facilities include 4 basketball courts with new asphalt and basketball/netball towers. The line marking provides for tennis, rounders, soccer and volleyball as well as bike education markings. All of this is protected with our Covered Outdoor Learning Area. The canopy provides protection from rain and keeps the area incredibly cool in summer. This exceptional addition allows us to continue Physical Education classes in space and comfort.
Our play areas provide for active and passive pass times. Students climb all over the 5 metre rope tower gaining confidence and strength. The Junior playground has recently been doubled in size to provide more monkey bars and slides. The Senior adventure playground adds challenge through a rock climbing wall and flying fox.
Two sand pits, cubby house and lunchtime dress ups allow all students to develop lasting relationships.
The learning facilities include the new purpose built main building. The new building houses the Year 3 – 6 students with large double classrooms optimising team teaching and collaboration. Varied height furniture and adaptable seating adds to the flexibility of the space.
Our new library has direct access from both classroom spaces to allow for independent research, break out groups and small group teaching. The library space invites students to read, play chess or lego and relax on the deck at lunchtime. It has been created as a multi-function space with a radio station, green screen filming and 3 D printers.
The P-2 classes are situated in the Junior School BER building, which incorporates six classrooms and two large open spaces to cater for 21st century education. The classrooms have additional ‘flow out spaces’ and an outdoor learning area to accommodate independent and group activities.