About Us

Principal’s Welcome

On behalf the students, staff and parents of Ormond Primary School, I extend a warm welcome you and your family. We are very proud of our school and trust that it will not be too long, before you also feel the same pride and sense of belonging that we all enjoy. In choosing Ormond Primary School, you have chosen a community that values the success of individuals, celebrates diversity and recognises the importance of community.
We are committed to creating an environment where all learners take risks, become confident, resilient and possess a healthy sense of self, students who are encouraged to develop a love of learning together with 21st Century skills, resources and motivation to fully experience lifelong education. Ormond Primary School provides a high quality education through a relevant and stimulating curriculum in a secure and purposeful environment.
Our school promotes a set of values which empowers students to make positive contributions to our school, local and global communities developing into the global citizens of today and for the future.
Our dedicated staff are committed to nurturing each child’s full potential with authentic, deep and relevant learning and teaching experiences. Our teachers set high expectations for student achievement, as our school implements the priorities of the Victorian education system, emphasising the importance of providing all students with strong foundations in English and Mathematics, but also curriculum with a global context.
We recognise your commitment to quality educational experiences for your child and hope you work in partnership with us to support your child in their learning journey. We ask you to embrace opportunities to get involved in our school, whether supporting our classroom learning programs, special events and celebrations, Parents & Friends activities both social and fundraising and membership on our School Council or subcommittees. Your contributions are valued and long lasting in this exciting part of your children’s lives.

We wish you a close and rewarding association with our school and look forward to working with you and your child at Ormond Primary. Please contact our office for further information on 9578 1327.

Kerri McLeod                                                                                                                                                                 Lorrie Dell
Principal                                                                                                                                                                         Assistant Principal

Ormond School Profile 2020

Ormond Primary School was founded in 1891 and is committed to providing a nurturing and stimulating environment which allows all children to be challenged, guided and engaged in their learning. As a learning community, Ormond Primary School aspires for all children to develop a love of learning and to value lifelong skills and knowledge.

Ormond Primary School is a school of approximately 420 students located in the suburb of Ormond in the Southern Metropolitan Region. The school is housed in attractive and well maintained grounds and buildings. The school’s excellent facilities include the original 1916 ground floor brick building and the double-storey 1927 Building which includes well-resourced and maintained classrooms, staff room, first aid, reception and office facilities. In 2020 this building is undergoing some major internal refurbishments including the instalation of a lift. The 2000 Building, which has also undergone a refurbishment in 2020 comprises a large multi- purpose hall and assembly area, an Art room, four flexible classroom spaces as well as the addition of a STEAM room due for completion mid 2020. The 2011 Building comprises a modern Library, Performing Arts area, Multimedia Studio on the ground floor and four flexible classroom spaces, atrium and wet area on the first floor. Four portable classrooms also accommodate class groups.

The establishment and maintenance of a school neighbourhood boundary has enabled the school to better manage enrolments. As a consequence the enrolment levels are anticipated to remain in the range of 400 – 475 students over the foreseeable future.

The school has an effective full time staff of thirty-five people. Staffing includes a principal and an assistant principal and a well-balanced staff profile comprised of one leading teacher and a range of expert, accomplished and graduate teachers. In addition, educational support staff members contribute effectively to provide an excellent learning program. Educational support staff includes one full-time business manager and a full-time assistant in the office as well as five integration aides who work with a small number of children across the school. The Library is managed by a part-time assistant and parent volunteers and Korean is taught by a part-time cultural aide. The Multimedia program is conducted by a multimedia technician. An Out of School Hours program is staffed by a manager and four assistants.

The school is organised into teaching teams which are based on the Victorian Curriculum standards. There is an extensive specialist teaching program covering Physical Education, Korean Language, Visual Arts and Performing Arts.

Ormond Primary Schools continue to be an active member of the Stonnington and Glen Eira (SaGE) Network of Schools.

Our Vision and Values

Our Vision

We believe:

All children should be stimulated, engaged, challenged and supported in their learning.

The school environment must have a safe and nurturing quality which allows all children the opportunity to learn.

The school community promotes and values diversity in interests, beliefs and perspectives.

Students can be effective global citizens with a sense of belonging and responsibility to our world.

Our Values


Treating one another with consideration and courtesy

For self and others

For property and the environment


Gaining knowledge and skills through educational experiences

Seeking knowledge through study and investigation

Displaying a positive attitude towards learning

Utilise critical and strategic thinking


Never give up

Remain committed to achieving our goals


Take pride in what we do

Strive to always do our best


Enrolment packs are available for collection at the front office Monday to Friday 9:30am to 2:30pm. If you would prefer a non-contact option or have questions regarding enrolment, please contact the school on 03 9578 1327 or ormond.ps@education.vic.gov.au


School tours for 2023 enrolments will be announced early in the 2022 school year.

Due to CovidSafe guidelines, tours will have a maximum capacity of 5 adults per tour (one adult per household) and bookings are essential.   To book your preferred tour, please contact the office on 03 9578 1327 during the hours of 8:30am to 4:00pm Monday – Friday. Please notify the office if you need to cancel or reschedule your tour booking.  Tours are subject to change depending on Government Health Advice at any time. 



2022 Curriculum Days 

  • Friday 28th January
  • TBC in 2022
  • TBC in 2022
  • TBC in 2022

2022 Term Dates

Term 1 –  Friday 28th January To Friday 8th April
Term 2 – Tuesday 26th April To Friday 24th June
Term 3 – Monday 11th July To Friday 16th September
Term 4 – Monday 3rd October To Tuesday 20th December




Return to School Dates

Students in Years 1 to 6 will start on Monday 31st January 2022.

Foundation students start Tuesday 1st February 2021. Students will be given a specific start time.

On Wednesday’s 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd and Friday’s 4th and 11th of February all Foundation students do not attend school unless they are required for an assessment. You will receive your individual date and time of assessment.

Foundation students will be dismissed at 3:30pm on all school days.

From Monday 28th February onwards all Foundation students will attend a full school week.

Neighbourhood Map

Our school zone

Our school zone is available on findmyschool.vic.gov.au which hosts the most up-to-date information about Victorian school zones.

Students residing in this zone are guaranteed a place at our school, which is determined on the basis of your permanent residential address.

The Department provides guidance through the Placement Policy to ensure that students have access to their designated neighbourhood school and the freedom to choose other schools, subject to facility limitations.

You can find more information and answers to frequently asked questions on the Department’s website under School zones.