Cranbourne South Primary School

Community Spirit • Partnerships to Success

Cranbourne South Primary School (CSPS) was opened in 1956 and is proud of over 60 years of educating generations of individuals. Through such a rich history, we pride ourselves in providing children with a learning environment which is happy, secure, challenging and encourages cooperation and responsibility.

Mission – Our school endeavours to empower teachers, students and community members to embrace learning, achieve their personal best and strengthen emotional, social and physical wellbeing.

Vision – To provide all students with an education they can be proud of by exhibiting confidence and creativity in this complex and ever changing world. To assist students in taking ownership of their learning; to grow into responsible, happy, resilient and socially fulfilled individuals.

Values –

  • Positivity: I look on the bright side.
  • Persistence: I am determined.
  • Pride: I stand tall.
  • Passion: I strive to achieve.

CSPS Moral Purpose
CSPS Statement of Values
CSPS Democratic Rights

TS and Koorie flags

The Department of Education acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians of the land.
Cranbourne South Primary School acknowledges that we are on the traditional land of the Boon Wurrung People and pays respect to all elders past and present.

Latest News

School Photos

School Photos will be taken on Monday, 4 March 2019.  Order envelopes were distributed today, Thursday, 21 February 2019.  If you did not receive your envelope please collect one from the Office. Family order envelopes were attached to the eldest in each family.  If...

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Working Bee – Saturday, 23 February 2019

We are having a Working Bee on Saturday, 23 February 2019 - More hands make light work At CSPS we have been working on a lot of spaces in our yard. The school is looking great but we have so much more to do! This weekend's WORKING BEE needs all the helpers we can get....

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Immunisation requirements

In Victoria, the law requires early childhood services to take steps to make sure we have the latest immunisation information for enrolled children. In the unlikely event of an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease, we may need to work with health authorities to...

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