Berwick Lodge Primary School was established in 1990 in the South Eastern Growth corridor of Melbourne. The initial enrolment of 200 pupils quickly grew and has remained at the current population of over 500. Our school logo depicts the Helmeted Honey Eater – regarded as Australia’s rarest bird species, with one of its three acknowledged remaining habitats being on the eastern border of the City of Casey.
Today, four amazing students from 5B are presenting Berwick Lodge Primary School’s radio show program the ‘Student Hour’ on 97.7FM, Casey Radio. Listen to the show from 2.oopm – 3.oopm to hear them!
On Monday 8th August, 80 of our Grade 5 & 6 students performed their Storydance Canvas Your Imagination at Frankston Arts Centre. It was amazing to see months of rehearsals and preparation come together in a show stopping performance. Berwick Lodge were first to perform in the Primary Division of Wakakirri 2016 and they certainly set a fantastic standard. I was so proud to see the students perform with confidence and professionalism… Read More
Today the 2016 prep students of Berwick Lodge Primary School celebrated 100 days of school! Where does the time go? Check out our video below to see some great snapshots of the preps with their Grade 6 buddies!
The countdown is on! Robot makers of the world unite for this very special event as Sydney Opera House hosts FIRST Australia LEGO Education and FIRST Lego League! FIRST® LEGO® League is a competition catering for upper-primary and lower-secondary school students. Every year, teams of up to 10 students build, program and compete with a robot, while also learning about a modern problem in science and engineering and developing solutions for it. The entire competition… Read More
Berwick Lodge Primary School’s Radio Show ‘The Student Hour’ has finished broadcasting on 97.7FM Casey Radio this term. The show will return in Term 3 with 6M, 6N and 6PK presenting their grade’s final programs before passing the microphones over to the talented and excited students of 5B, 5K and 5R. Stay tuned!
To accompany our new website, Berwick Lodge Primary School has a new app. You can freely download our new app on your iPhone and iPad devices by simply searching for Berwick Lodge Primary on the App Store. If you have already downloaded a Berwick Lodge Primary School app on your iPhone or iPad device, please check to ensure you have the new version named ” Berwick Lodge Primary ” created by Rob Kelly. The old… Read More
The Australian Performing Arts dance competition known as ‘Wakakirri’ is back! Lorraine Montgomery + Jacqui Quelch have been working hard with the excited senior school students of Berwick Lodge Primary School to choreograph new story-dances for the competition. We won’t spoil the surprise, but we know you’re going to love it! Here’s a sneak peak – behind-the-scenes – photo from today’s rehearsal. Watch this space for updates, photos, event details and news…. Read More
Berwick Lodge Primary School is now the proud owner of a new Dremel 3D Printer. Thanks must be extended to Scarlet R’s Dad (Andrei) for organising the donation of the 3D Printer. This puts Berwick Lodge Primary School on the 3D printing map and opens up a world of creative possibility for the students of the school in science, mathematics, coding, design and technology! The printer has already produced a dice, a… Read More
This time last week, the Grade 6 students of Berwick Lodge Primary School left for Melbourne to experience their last primary school camp. For three days, the students explored the city visiting Parliament House (where they had a Q & A with MP Brad Battin ), The Shrine of Remembrance, The Immigration Museum, Captain Cook’s cottage and even a spin on the Melbourne Star. Despite the wet weather, it was an exciting… Read More
Yesterday, the Grade 4 students of Berwick Lodge Primary School were visited by Tom from The Royal Flying Doctor Service. The Royal Flying Doctor Service is one of the largest and most comprehensive aeromedical organisations in the world, providing extensive primary health care and 24-hour emergency service to people over an area of 7.3 million square kilometres. For more information visit: https://www.flyingdoctor.org.au. Read more about the visit on 4K’c classroom page here: 4K and The… Read More