School uniform is compulsory at Clyde Primary School. Our colours are navy and red. The Clyde Primary School uniform can be bought from Beleza School Uniform’s in High Street, Cranbourne.
Opening hours are:
Monday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Friday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 10:00 - 1:00pm
Students should wear closed toe school shoes or runners, only black or white no bright colours please.
Please note school hats and bags are available from the School Office.
The school's canteen is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays at recess and lunchtime, and is operated by Bellbrook Catering.
To make an order, parents should send a brown paper lunch bag showing the student's name, class, order and the amount of money enclosed. Please try to have the exact money so the need for change is avoided.
Alternatively, you can order and pay for your child's lunch using the QKR App, reducing the need to bring cash to school.
Students are also able to purchase snacks from the canteen window during the first half of recess and lunch.
Year 5/6 Laptop Program – Ordering Your Child’s Laptop
Just a reminder that that laptops can be ordered on-line by clicking the link below and entering the school code.
School Code: CLYDEPS2021
ICT at Clyde Primary School
These days, technology is an integral part of everyday life. Clyde Primary is no exception to this life and we provide programs and opportunities for students to use ICT and digital technologies to help enhance and engage them in their learning.
Clyde Primary Sentral Parent Portal
The Sentral Parent Portal is the main platform that Clyde Primary School uses to communicate with parents.
Through the portal newsfeed messages, reminders and an event calendar inform parents of important dates and information. Parents are able to message the school office, class teaches and specialist teachers. They are also able to notify the school of absences, access school policies and documents, upload completed forms and book interview times. We recommend that you download the Sentral Parent Portal app in order to keep up to date with notifications as they happen.
Clyde Primary School has launched a new, more convenient way for parents and guardians to make various payments to the school. Qkr! (pronounced ‘quicker’) is a mobile payments app which enables consumers to order and pay for goods & services directly from their smart device. Qkr accepts all major credit and debit cards accepted by the school (Visa and MasterCard) and you can register more than one card within the app. The Qkr app is available from the Apple App Store and Google Play. If using an iPad you can download the iPhone version of Qkr. You can download and register for Qkr now and start making payments right away.
Click here to view the guide on how to get started —> Qkr – How To
The app delivers real efficiencies for school office staff as well as convenience for parents, so we are hoping that Qkr will become the preferred payment method for all payments by families to our school.
Qkr! can be accessed via the App or through the link on FlexiBuzz. It is also available on-line by going here qkr home page.
Outside School Hours Care
Camp Australia Outside School Hours Care
We are proud to partner with Camp Australia to provide our Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) program.
As the most experienced OSHC provider in Australia, Camp Australia provides a safe, reliable, engaging and affordable program at our school, to help families balance time and responsibilities.
The Camp Australia OSHC program builds on our school values to further your child's experience and interests, providing time for homework, time to relax, educational activities and a healthy snack.
At Clyde Primary School we have 13 members in our School Council; 8 parent, 4 DET (staff) and one community member. Elections are held each year in March, with each councilor’s term running for 2 years. Our School Council has particular functions in setting and monitoring the school’s direction.
School councils have three main responsibilities:
- finance: overseeing the development of the school’s annual budget and ensuring proper records are kept of the school’s financial operation
- strategic planning: participating in the development and monitoring of the school strategic plan
- policy development and review: developing, reviewing and updating policies that reflect a school’s values and support the school’s broad direction outlined in its strategic plan.
Other key functions of school councils include:
- – maintaining school grounds and facilities
- – entering into contracts
- – reporting annually to the school community and the Department
- – creating interest in the school in the wider community
- – raising funds for school related purposes
- – representing and taking the views of the community into account
- – regulating and facilitating after-hours use of school premises and grounds