Thank you for taking the time to visit our school website. I welcome you and your family to our beautiful small school.
Dederang Primary School is proud to offer you caring and conscientious staff, excellent facilities and innovative programs to enhance your child’s learning and wellbeing.
We embrace a strong sense of community and work in partnerships with students, parents and community members to ensure that the best opportunities are available to all of our students.
Our programs are specifically designed to respond to every students’ learning needs. Our school priorities are Literacy and Numeracy, with a focus on integrating Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) across all learning areas. We offer an extensive range of extra curricula activities and our specialist classes include Chinese, Art, Performing Arts (Drumming, Singing, Dance), STEM, Library, PE, and Hands On Learning (Horticulture/Cooking/Building)
Our school boasts a superb rural setting and our spacious school ground consists of great spaces for exploration of the natural environment. We continually strive to fulfil the school’s motto “where each child is challenged to be curious, creative and caring.”
Here in Dederang we gather on Dhudhuroa country. We pay our respects to the Dhudhuroa elders past , present and future, who have nurtured this land for many centuries. We thank them for the trees, the animals and birds, the clear waters and the fertile land on which we learn, play and grow. We promise to look after this land and to make it a sustainable place for future generations to come. We are part of this land and this land is part of us.
Our 2021 Annual Report to the School Community.
Our Strategic Plan for Dederang primary School currently spans 2021-2025.
Our 2022 School Information Book has information for current & prospective parents.
Dederang Primary School is committed to the implementation of Child Safe Standards to promote the safety and wellbeing of all young people.
Dederang Primary School is included in the Victorian Department of Education and Training’s bushfire at-risk register (BARR).
Inclusion on this register is a trigger for the school to pre-emptively close on days declared Code Red in their Bureau of Meteorology district.