International Students

International education in Australia enriches both local and international students. It prepares you for a competitive and complex world where cultures and countries are connecting more quickly.

More and more, Australia is linked to other countries through trade, travel and migration. India, China and other Asian nations are growing influences in Australia. To be confident citizens of the world, our young people need to be exposed to many cultures and international variety.

Coral Park Primary School is a learning community where diversity is celebrated and excellence promoted. We provide high quality teaching in a caring and challenging learning environment in which students feel safe and supported to achieve their best. We aim to equip students with the skills, abilities and knowledge to become lifelong learners and valued members of the wider community.

 

The Department of Education & Training are the provider of the International Student Program and the CRICOS Provider Code is 00861K.

 

Applications from international students are handled by the International Education Division of the Department.

 

Enquiries relating to Overseas Students should be directed to the International Education Division, phone +61 3 9637 2990 or email international@edumail.vic.gov.au

 

Enquiries relating to dependents of Permanent Residents should be directed to the Early Childhood and School Education Group, phone +61 3 9637 2135  or email ESL@edumail.vic.gov.au

 

Information for prospective international students is available at http://www.study.vic.gov.au.

http://www.study.vic.gov.au/deecd/our-education/en/about-international-education

 

 

For further information please contact our International Student Coordinator Katrina Holland via email at coral.park.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au or via phone on (03) 9702 8398 or fax (03) 9702 8498 and view our International Student Policy

 

Coral Park is one of more than 150 Victorian Government schools accredited to deliver programs to fee paying international students (students holding a subclass 571 visa).  The accreditation and registration process seeks to ensure that international students receive a high quality education experience through a high level of support and care in a safe, welcoming and engaging learning environment. The Department has established a Quality Assurance Framework, including a set of Quality Standards which provide schools with a policy framework for the delivery of high quality programs to international students.

 

Coral Park strives for achievement through excellence in learning and promotion of our core values alongside  the school motto ‘Achieving S.U.C.C.E.S.S.’ (Safety, Understanding, Care, Community, Engagement, School Pathways & Student Wellbeing). The school takes pride in its cultural diversity, assumes a positive, energetic and vibrant learning environment and aims to achieve the very best from and for everybody, every day.

 

Located in the suburb of Hampton Park and with a current enrolment of 420 students, the school community has a mixed social demographic with over 40 nationalities adding to the social fabric of the school. The school is focussed on improving student outcomes in Literacy and Numeracy, which is highlighted in the schools Strategic Plan. We provide a comprehensive curriculum that enables our students to reach their academic, social and physical potential. Through explicit teaching we aim to develop learners who strive to achieve their best and who are socially competent. A strong sense of connectedness is promoted and emphasised throughout the school community. Importance is placed on setting high expectations for all learners, valuing our cultural heritages, respecting others and taking responsibility for one’s own learning and positive behaviour choices. Coral Park is dedicated to providing a wide variety of programs designed to ensure learning is enjoyable, engaging and relevant for all students.

 

 

Coral Park Primary School community values:

Excellence: In student achievement andhigh quality teaching and learning

Responsibility: For our learning, behaviour, efforts, actions and words

Respect:  Treat others, their property and personal space well

Cooperation: Valuing team work and getting along in learning, group work and friendships

Tolerance: Understand and accept that people have different backgrounds and beliefs

Resilience: To take on challenges and respond positively, being able to ‘bounce back’

Safety: Think safe, act safe, be safe and keep others around you safe