Student Experience


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Parent Involvement

Parents are actively involved in a wide range of activities including:

  • School council and its committees
  • Classroom support
  • Excursions
  • Incursions
  • Sport
  • Camps
  • Working bees
  • Canteen
  • Fundraising
  • Newsletter production
  • Social events
  • Special school events.

We would not have excellence in education at Hampton Primary School without the valued input of our parents.

Additional Student Support

Reading Recovery

Reading Recovery is an early literacy intervention program, designed for children at risk after one year of schooling. The Reading Recovery teacher observes, analyses and interprets the reading and writing behaviour of students and designs individual lessons to meet each student’s unique needs. Read more »

Levelled Literacy Intervention (LLI)

Levelled Literacy Intervention (LLI) is a small group, supplementary intervention designed for students who find reading and writing difficult. LLI serves those students who do not qualify for one-on-one intervention but are still struggling. The goal of the intervention is to bring students to year level achievement. More info »


Our school has an extensive excursion and in-school visit program. These visits are normally prepared as part of the group’s teaching program and therefore all children are expected to attend. If the excursion involves travel or cost, a permission form will be sent home to be signed. The permission note and any money due must be returned in a named envelope and returned by the due date to ensure the student’s participation. For local walking excursions, parents will be asked to sign an annual local excursion form.