The Victorian Government made a commitment to deliver 100 new schools between 2019 and 2026. This includes the new Clyde Creek Primary School, which will open in 2022.
Jodie Bray has been appointed as the new principal of this school. See the drop-down below for more information.
Clyde Creek Primary School was previously known by its interim name, Clyde North Station Primary School, during the planning phase.
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Jodie Bray has been appointed as the new principal of this school.Jodie has been an educator for over 19 years, most recently as principal at Hillsmeade Primary School in Narre Warren South for the last five years.
She has a passion for literacy and numeracy, health and wellbeing, and extra-curricular engagement opportunities.
As principal, Jodie aims to develop positive relationships across the community, working with students as they grow, supporting staff to reach their greatest potential, and fostering a strong partnership between school and home to support a positive school culture.
Get to know new principal Jodie Bray and meet the team at an online information session. Find out more about the school’s facilities, enrolments and student experience and join us for a Q&A panel discussion.
The session will run from 7.00PM to 7.45PM (AEST) on Thursday, 7 October. Register for the event and submit your questions here.
The school will have the following facilities:
In 2018, we consulted with local communities gaining new schools next year in Melbourne's fastest growing outer suburbs – including your new primary school. We captured each local area's broad aspirations and used this feedback in our concept designs.
During January and February 2020, a second round of engagement invited locals to share their ideas, local knowledge and the things that mattered most about how their school would look, feel and function.
The Clyde Creek Primary School community told us that it loves the local wetlands and wanted this reflected in the design of their school. Families wanted an appealing outdoor space with enough playground area for student numbers to grow as the population expanded.
Clyde North Station families gave priority to a broad array of sports and activities. They wanted their school to offer appropriate sports equipment that was suitable for all weather conditions, encouraged active lifestyles and helped to bring their community together.
Our consultation received strong and consistent feedback on many of their design needs and goals. Our architects used your feedback to help shape your school's interior and its landscape design. We have produced a report (PDF Word) that summarises your community's feedback and the shared thoughts of similar communities with schools opening in 2022.
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