Our School

Facilities

 
 

A school which fosters 21st Century learning

 
 

Windsor Primary students enjoy learning in the beautiful, original brick Windsor Building - which is now of historical significance - and The Kingsbury Early Learning Centre, a 21st century building housing students from Prep to Year 2.

Information Communication Technologies are integrated throughout the school with all learning spaces having a diverse range of technology, enabling the school to embrace 21st learning needs.

An all-weather running track and mini-soccer oval, junior climbing equipment area, senior climbing equipment area, community shelter, indigenous garden and shaded courtyard provide delightful and varied outdoor play areas for the students.

A Multi-purpose room, The Kathy Hilton Hall, is located behind the main building.  This facility supports our Music and Physical Education programs, houses our Breakfast Club and After School Program and provides a central indoor location for the entire school to meet.

The School Council continually works towards upgrading the facilities to accommodate program priorities and to ensure the environment is pleasant, safe and conducive to learning.

From 2019 – 2021 the school will be undertaking a building project to the value of $4.7 million that will internally modernise the original Hornby Street building.

 
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Kingsbury Early Learning Centre

Home to students in Foundation to Year 2, the state of the art Kingsbury Early Learning Centre is a modern, light, welcoming space. It was named after Private Bruce Steel Kingsbury, a former student who was a Victoria Cross recipient for his actions during World War II.

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Windsor Senior Learning Centre

Home to our senior learning classrooms (Year 3 to 6), specialist teaching facilities for Art and Languages Other Than English (Greek), Library and School Administration.