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St Mary's Primary School is committed to students experiencing a sense of inclusion that is respectful of their giftedness, abilities, cultures and contexts. Our students experience learning and teaching in a child safe environment that is engaging and liberating.

St Mary's Primary School acknowledges the Minjambuta people as the traditional custodians of the land on which our school is situated. We recognise the continuing connection of the people of the Dhudhuroa and Waywurru Nations to land, water and community. This land we share is sacred, this land is a gift, this land is thousands of years old.

At St Mary’s Primary School, students are engaged in a minimum of 5 hours of mathematics per week where automaticity in the basics such as mental maths and tables is fostered to enable more complex problem solving as the students become more proficient. It is understood by teachers that without the fundamentals such as basic skills in addition and multiplication, problem-solving and challenging maths tasks are more difficult. Freeing up working memory by automatically knowing number facts and maths concepts, ensures more complex mathematical tasks can be undertaken as the brain is free to fully engage with the problem.

Contact Us
Ph: (03) 5752 1808
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43 O'Donnell Avenue
(PO Box 320)
Myrtleford, Victoria 3737
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Term Dates
Term 1: 28 Jan - 8 Apr
Term 2: 26 Apr - 24 Jun
Term 3: 11 Jul - 16 Sep
Term 4: 3 Oct - 20 Dec