Welcome to Pearcedale Primary School

Pearcedale Primary School provides a caring and stimulating environment where children are valued and encouraged to ‘have a go’. We recognise that each child is unique – each having special needs, abilities and preferred learning styles. It is our aim to help children grow and develop their own special abilities, self-confidence and self-esteem.

Our current enrolment is just over 730. The school is also host to the Pearcedale Deaf Facility which supports students with a hearing impairment, these students are integrated into all school programs.
Pearcedale Primary School welcomes and highly values support from the school community. This productive partnership reinforces the school motto: T.E.A.M. – Together Everyone Achieves More.
Pearcedale Primary School is dedicated to providing the community with a high quality education in a friendly and supportive environment.


Extensive work has taken place over the past few years to refurbish existing buildings, build new facilities and landscape our grounds.

Our redevelopment program included an upgrade of administration and staff areas, a new building consisting of eight new classrooms with withdrawal spaces, deaf facility spaces, reading recovery offices and new toilets, extensions to the library and a computer centre. A new indoor stadium for physical education and performing arts, school productions and school functions was also built, extensive renovations to the eight existing permanent classrooms and art room plus a new school canteen.


2018 Prep tours

Enrolment week

1st to the 5th of May

Please come along to any of our school
tours during that week.
9:30am every morning. Meet at the office.

Tuesday 2nd May – night tour @ 6pm



COMPASS LINK: https://pearcedaleschool-vic.compass.education

Absent Line
5978 6250

Please let the school office know if your child
is going to be away from school, by phoning our Absent Line.



Merdi Kanuara Ata NauDate of Birth: 23rdMay 2007Merdi lives with both her parents, her brother and sister in the East Sumba Area Development Program in Indonesia. Merdi and her family speak Bahasa.Merdi’s father and mother are farmers.  She enjoys playing with dolls and doesn’t help out around the house as she is too young.Merdi attends school and is in Grade 1. Her favourite subject is Mathematics.