Educational Philospohy

At Camelot Rise P.S. we place a strong emphasis on teaching children holistically, focusing on their social, emotional and academic development. We believe that all children can learn and tailor our programs through the curriculum, using a range of evidence-based approaches and strategies to ensure each child reaches their potential.

Our aim is to maximise student learning through building a desire for personal excellence, a high sense of self-worth and a love of learning. We incorporate our school values of respect, responsibility, resilience and optimism in all of our daily activities.

We cherish and welcome the opportunity to work closely with our families and the local community as we believe a supportive school environment with strong parent/carer links allows for a high level of student wellbeing, learning and connectedness.

Camelot Rises P.S. teaches the Victorian Curriculum which incorporates a combination of knowledge and skills. We also use the curriculum to tailor programs for continuous learning of students with disabilities and additional learning needs, English as an additional language and gifted and talented students.



  • The Arts (music and visual arts)

  • English

  • Mathematics

  • Health and Physical Education

  • Languages (French)

  • Digital Technologies



  • Personal and Social

  • Critical and Creative Thinking

  • Ethical

  • Intercultural


Camelot Rise P.S. also provides extra-curricular opportunities, such as a variety of lunchtime clubs and access to external academic activities, including ICAS examinations, Science Talent Search and the prestigious Alliance Francaise French Poetry competition.

Learning @ CRPS


A:  Galahad Crescent, Glen Waverley

P:  03 9803 5344



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