Hume Public School (179 enrolments, including 34% Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students) is located in the Albury suburb of Lavington. It provides for students with a diverse range of needs and backgrounds; it has a Special Education Unit incorporating Early Intervention and students from K – 6 with Moderate and Severe Intellectual Delay, a Preschool and K-6 mainstream classes.
Hume Public School is part of the Early Action for Success program and teachers are committed to improving their capacity to deliver high quality education driven by evidenced based programs and practices with the collaborative support of the Instructional Leader and executive.
At Hume Public School, we believe in trauma informed positive education. Students achieve when they feel safe, are connected and are assisted to regulate their emotions and behaviour in order to learn. Our school moto is 'Every child, every chance, every day'. We aim to do this through building positive relationships, academic rigor and providing opportunity and skills to learn how to be engaged and connected to school and community. Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) is incorporated into our wellbeing program with the values of respect, responsibility and achievement.The school is a member of the Albury Aboriginal Educational Consultative Group (AECG) and has close bonds with the neighbouring Northern Spirit Learning Community schools.
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