Curriculum – Teaching and Learning

Teaching and Learning at Peranbin


Peranbin Primary College’s vision is to be a community of learners where students thrive.


Peranbin Primary College’s mission is to provide an inclusive teaching and learning environment, which supports all students to be successful community members.


Peranbin Primary College’s objective is to ensure all students leave our school with a practical understanding of the curriculum and the capacity to be successful community members.


Peranbin Primary College’s values are Respect, Integrity, High Expectations and Responsibility. We respect our school, each other and ourselves. We model and demonstrate integrity taking every opportunity to be strong role models in the community. We have high expectations – we try our hardest and do our best. We take responsibility for ourselves, understanding that our attitudes and behaviours have an impact on the people around us.


As a Victorian government school we deliver the Victorian Curriculum. We seek to do this by using well planned lessons based on analysis of our students’ assessments. We also seek to incorporate the unique characteristics of each campus and community into the teaching and learning programs offered.

Our future plans include the creation of hubs at each campus which all of the Peranbin PC students will access during intercampus activities.

Baddaginnie and Swanpool –  an Art Hub

Strathbogie – Environmental Science Hub

Violet Town – STEM Hub (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)

We seek to strengthen links with each community to deliver a unique curriculum and become the school of choice for families.


  • The Victorian Curriculum guides teaching and learning at Peranbin.
  • For Literacy our students study Reading and Viewing, Writing, Spelling and Speaking and Listening each day
  • In Mathematics students learn about Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry and Statistics and Probability.


  • Students use a range of devices to support their learning in the classroom.
  • These include: iPads, desktop Windows computers, notebook computers, digital cameras and Interactive Whiteboards
  • Students also have access to the DET Edustar collection of software to support their learning across literacy, mathematics and numeracy, art and design and a host of other reference tools



  • All Peranbin students have classes in Art, Health and Physical Education, Indonesian and Music.
  • The mobile library,  MARC, delivers lessons in literature and library once a fortnight at each campus. For Violet Town and Baddaginnie/Swanpool this service comes from Springhurst PS. Strathbogie campus is serviced by Merrijig PS’ MARC van.