To build the capacity for students to achieve personal excellence by developing their academic, social, emotional and creative potential.
Risk Taker, Independent Learner, Critical Thinker, Team Player, Persistent, Optimism, Self-advocacy, Organized, Reliable, Strong Character and Visionary.
RELATIONSHIPS, RESPECT, RESILIENCE, RESPONSIBILITY
Remembrance Day at Chelsea Primary School. Click here for pictures.
Thank you to all of our wonderful community who were part of the Colour Fun Run! Click here for pictures.
Chelsea Primary School hare honoured to be one of the 15 schools chosen by Dyslexia Victoria Support to receive the Nessy programs.
Amid a swirl of psychedelic colour, Tim Richardson launched our Colour Fun Run with our ‘top 20’ fundraisers last Friday.
Friday 8th November is fast approaching, and we look forward to a fun filled community event from 4pm on the turf.
Tim Richardson, our local member of parliament, visited Chelsea PS yesterday. Tim informed me that Chelsea PS would be receiving funding to upgrade our toilets (new toilets) and to replace our fence along Glenola Road.
A beautiful day at District Athletics with a beautiful bunch of students!
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What a wonderful day of writing we had at the Kingston Network Writers Festival. Click here for more photos
What an extremely busy and fun-packed week it has been. Click here for pictures
You can donate to the school if you do not have a current child attending our school. As for the prize, we have chosen the sporting equipment to benefit all students during physical education classes.
Congratulations to all preps who passed the 100 days mark at school. Today we celebrated by doing lots of "100" activities. Thank you to parents and carers for helping with their children to look amazing.
A big congratulations to Noa for her fantastic achievement in coming 2nd in the State Cross Country Trials.
Very special thanks to Jacqui Waltzer who organised Australia's Biggest Morning Tea at Chelsea Primary School. Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea is the easiest way to bring people together to raise funds that will make a big difference to those impacted by cancer.
Congratulations to our student leaders who participated in the City of Kingston Junior Mayor speeches. Congratulations to Riley, Katinka, Olivia and Harvey for their moving presentation, 'If I had a magic wand, how would we change our generation.'