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August 09 Edition Cover

School is almost here

30 Sep 2020

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Docklands Primary is well on its way, with construction nearing completion, expressions of interest open and teacher appointments being regularly announced.

Photos of internal classroom fit outs have been posted on the school’s official Facebook page and on September 16, the school was officially named Docklands Primary School by the state government’s Department of Education and Training.

Teaching jobs are currently advertised online, including a specialist (the arts) classroom teacher, two graduate classroom teachers and five classroom teacher positions.

“I’m super excited to start this new school and create a fantastic learning experience for students in the community,” founding principal Adam Bright said in a Facebook post.

Joining him on the team is Louise Spalliera as founding assistant principal. Louise has spent the past 12 years working across all levels of primary school education.

Jan Selleck has been appointed as business manager. She was part of the team at the South Melbourne Primary School which opened on Ferrars St in Southbank three years ago.

Expressions of interest for enrolment can be found on the school’s Facebook page: Facebook.com/DocklandsPrimarySchool

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