The facilities at our Scotsburn campus are fantastic. There are 3 classrooms, as well as the original classroom (used for meetings, intervention programs, small group work, cooking and so on), a large multi-purpose shed (decked out as a comfortable work space) and another dedicated class space used for Art and Japanese classes.
The yard is inviting and presents a broad range of play options for the students. There is a resurfaced oval complete with an in-ground sprinkler system, creative play areas for building cubby huts, a Ga Ga Pit, basketball rings, sand pit, a range of climbing apparatus and much more.
The school has a strong environmental focus, with children caring for chickens, fish, a lizard, tending to a vegetable garden, seed propagation & tree planting. As the Scotsburn Campus is a Landcare School, the children are also involved in programs and excursions in conjunction with the local Landcare group. A highlight for Scotsburn students is a rotation of activities each Friday where the children cook using produce from the vegetable garden and engage in Landcare/gardening and team building / B+ activities (Social Emotional Learning).