Basket Range Primary School is nestled amongst a picturesque hill setting has been the school for many generations since 1885. It was and remains to be supported by a strong community of creative and supportive families including locals and elders. Our community’s knowledge and experiences are drawn upon to enrich the Basket Range Primary School education in an intimate family-oriented atmosphere.
At our school, each of our teachers brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and understanding to the classes and to the whole school. Our commitment to small class sizes allows each child to develop their strengths and realise their potential.
Basket Range Primary School offers both the Australian curriculum and Steiner curriculum. While different in their philosophies and pedagogies, both are designed to foster and develop children’s engagement in the world around them, can be tailored to the individual and are designed to teach children how to nurture respect for themselves, others and the environment.
The Steiner Curriculum provides a holistic approach to learning. Imagination, initiative and creativity are fostered in the child to encourage innovative thought and social consciousness throughout their life journey.
The change of season is an important and much celebrated part of the Steiner curriculum with seasonal festivals where children and families come together to acknowledge the changing of nature, climate and human activity.
The Australian Curriculum recognises the importance of building confidence and creativity within each child and encourages them to become active and informed citizens. This not only provides the children with opportunities for self-expression but also enhances communication and listening skills, encourages focus and discipline and improves memory and concentration.
At Basket Range Primary School in addition to the main curriculum, we also offer extracurricular activities such as
- Garden science
- Sports workshops
- Chess competitions
- Music classes
- Instrument tuition
To arrange a tour or talk to us further please get in touch.
Tours will be held mid term for 2022
Acknowledgment to Country
We acknowledge the traditional inhabitants of this land, the Peramangk people, whose land, winds and waters we all now share. We pay respects to their unique values and enduring culture that enriches the life of our community and country.
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