The following links provide parents and the wider community information on policies and procedures associated to teaching, learning and school administration at Paringa Park Primary School.
If a policy or issue you are seeking information on and is not available in this section, you are invited to contact the administration on  8296-8904.
This policy and procedures explains our beliefs about school attendance, the responsibilities for ensuring children of compulsory school age attend school and document procedures for absences.
Portable digital devices have become an important and invaluable part of our modern lifestyle, and are managed in accordance with this policy.
Chromebooks can be purchased through our school portal however you will be invoiced for a Chromebook management license if the device is purchased from another outlet. This cost is included if you purchase from our Parent Portal.
The Governing Council has approved the Dress Code Policy. A “colour code” uniform represents image and unity and demonstrates equality for all students. It prevents peer pressure and competition amongst the students.
Paringa Park Primary School is committed to the development of a high quality curriculum for all students that promotes excellence, equity and entitlement to an inclusive education.
This policy provides direction to students, staff and families about managing mobile phones and other digital devices that students choose to bring to school. Digital devices include, but are not limited to, smartwatches, tablets or laptops that are not part of a separate Bring Your Own Device arrangement. This policy applies while students are at school, or attending an authorised school activity such as an excursion, during school hours.
This policy and procedures explains our compliance with Department for Education in the provision of services to children by non-Department for Education service providers in school time and/or on school premises.
Our school is committed to providing opportunities for children to engage in open-ended, diverse and meaningful learning experiences that are connected to natures, while also being connected to curriculum.
At PPPS we are committed to a strong focus on explicit teaching of phonological awareness skills for all reception children and then taught explicitly as needed for all children throughout the early years.
Our Preschool to School Transition policy aims to provide procedures that assist both parents/families and children commencing reception to adjust to the school setting with practices that are sustainable and of high level across all principles of effective transition.
At Paringa Park Primary School we have the expectation for students that they are in control of their own learning and learn best in safe, supportive, thought-provoking and inclusive learning environments.