Victoria Avenue Public School opened in 2015 and is located on Victoria Avenue, Concord West. We acknowledge that we play and learn on the lands of the Wangal people of the Eora nation and the Barramattagal people of the Darug nation.
Victoria Avenue Public School is about preparing our community of learners for their futures. We are creating students who are passionate about learning, who strive to shape their creative and critical ideas into meaningful innovations. We aim to provide every student with the tools they need to collaborate, to succeed and to lead.
At VAPS we have big ideas and we bring them to life.
At VAPS we include and we are included.
At VAPS we are inspired and we inspire others.
Victoria Avenue Community Precinct is situated adjacent to Sydney Olympic Park which includes the Badu mangroves, the Narrawang Wetlands and the Homebush Bay Shipwrecks. Teachers and students regularly use Bicentennial Park as an additional classroom space for rich learning experiences.
We currently have 285 students and cater for a diverse community. Our school represents over 48 different cultural and linguistic groups and we have five Inclusive Classes for students with disabilities. Our parents have high expectations and are very involved and supportive of the school.
Victoria Avenue Public School is part of an innovative integrated community precinct partnership between the NSW Department of Education, City of Canada Bay Council and Sydney Local Health District. The precinct consists of four services including a 47 place child care centre catering for children from birth to school age, an early childhood health centre, an outside school hours care centre, shared community use of playing fields and communal hall.
For more information about our school and our programs, please don’t hesitate to contact our school office.