School Profile


Our school embraces the following Foundations: Getting along, Organization, Persistence, Confidence, Resilience.

Frankston Primary School was established in 1874

The school currently has an enrolment of approximately 250 students

We are located adjacent to the Frankston business district and its recreational and community facilities.

Our convenient location provides ready access to many community services conducive to authentic education all learning experiences

The school belongs to the Frankston Federation of schools and maintains its strong links with neighbouring schools

The school is noted for its sense of community in which parents, teachers and students are equally valued

Parents acknowledge the dedication, experience and ongoing professional development of the staff

Strengthened links with Monash University

Frankston City Council conducts an after School Care program for children from the general locality


Enhance teaching and learning across the school by:

Continuing to provide a comprehensive curriculum developed through planned learning programs which encompass all stages of learning

Developing an effective Oral Language Program throughout the school

Maintaining a stimulating and caring environment that encourages learning and fosters respect within the school

Ensuring Individual needs are met to enable all students to reach their full potential

Challenging and extending students in order to achieve high quality learning outcomes

Focusing on developing higher order thinking skills and consideration of different learning styles




Staff at FPS acknowledge that optimum development relies on self-confidence, self-esteem, co-operation and consideration for others

A positive attitude towards learning is pivotal to success

Staff are committed to creating positive classroom climates in which students are encouraged to take increasing responsibility for their own learning as they progress throughout the school, in the pursuit of personal excellence

Great emphasis is placed on building positive relationships amongst students, between teachers and students and with parents and caregivers of our students

All classrooms have a bank of computers and interactive whiteboards