Happy 95th Birthday to Eltham North Primary School

On Thursday 23rd May, Eltham North Primay School celebrated 95 years. We celebrated with a fantastic Walkathon to begin the day, birthday cake and a huge 600 strong choir singing Happy Birthday.

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The whole school gathered to sing Happy Birthday to Eltham North Primary School

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Some of the students dressed up in clothing reminiscent of the era

Some of the students dressed up in clothing reminiscent of the era

Each Class made a banner that they carried during the Walkathon

Each Class made a banner that they carried during the Walkathon

Celebrating our school's 95th Anniversary

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The history of Eltham North Primary is the history of local people working to provide the best education for their children. Eltham North has had seven primary schools, in four different locations. It has been ravaged by fire and adorned by artists. While little material evidence remains of the early history of the school, the evidence of passionate parents, battling to improve and develop the school is evident everywhere.

Read more about this special journey. A Short History about Eltham North Primary School

For more information please download the booklet entitled "Seven of One" (click here). It was produced for the school’s 70th anniversary in 1994. We also have a one page summary available to download and print

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World's Great Shave - Go Cameron

After growing his hair for 8 months, Cameron wanted to take part in the Worlds Greatest Shave for the Leukaemia Foundation to raise money for people, including his Opa in the UK with Leukaemia.  The money raised gives the families facing blood cancer the emotional and practical support they need.  The money will also be used to fund vital research to help more people survive blood cancers, while improving their quality of

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Every day another 35 Australians are diagnosed with a blood cancer. That's one Aussie every 41 minutes. Although research is improving survival, sadly an Australian loses their life to blood cancer every two hours.

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Cameron’s hair was also donated to another charity, who will use his hair to help with the clean up of oil spills in our ocean.

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One amazing, selfless young boy!!