Melbourne SchoolÂ introduces Exford Primary School in Melton, for all your education and learning needs.
Exford Primary School was opened on July 1, 1902 under the name of Exford Estate School and in 2002, our community celebrated the school’s centenary.
Exford is a small and vital school, which has the unique attraction of being able to offer individual attention for all children, as well as being very well-resourced. We offer all the advantages of a small, semi-rural school environment, whilst having the latest technology and staff who are committed to supporting our students to be their best.
Exford is set in attractive gardens; our students are actively involved in planting and learning about sustaining our environment and we have a strong community commitment to caring for our grounds.
The school is located on Exford Road, six kilometres from Melton South within the Shire of Melton boundaries, on a 1.2-hectare site surrounded by farming land. We are approximately 5 km from the new Eynesbury estate. The majority of our students travel from the Melton area, with other families coming from Exford, Eynesbury and Strathtulloh.
Our families articulate that Exford is a school of choice, and that they are committed to travelling the further distance to bring their students to our school. When asked, our parent community identify the strong emphasis on courtesy, values, student resilience and personal and interpersonal learning fostered by our programs as being important reasons for selecting Exford for their children.
Welcome to Exford Primary School one of the popular educators in your Melton area. Our aim is help you in your learning journey.
We endeavour to celebrate each other's uniqueness by providing opportunity for all and to develop a culture that identifies that the journey towards excellence is often paved with trial and error, risk taking, learning from mistakes, flexibility and adaptability. We believe that encouraging students to take ownership of the learning is critical in achieving the best learning outcomes and that implicit in this concept is that students learn their own areas of strength and areas of development, through useful and explicit feedback.