Hampden Park Public School strives for excellence and equity. We aim to empower students with the knowledge and skills necessary to achieve their full potential. We recognise children as individuals, catering for their needs and talents and fostering tolerance, integrity and inter-racial harmony in our culturally diverse community.
We provide a happy, secure and stimulating environment which welcomes the interaction of teachers, parents and the community.
Hampden Park Public School is a large primary school of approximately 880 students in the south west Sydney suburb of Lakemba. Our community represents over 40 nationalities with 99% of students coming from non-English speaking backgrounds. There are 13% of students with refugee status or refugee-like experiences. Our main community languages are Urdu, Bangla, Arabic and Indonesian.
The school provides excellent education for all students from Kindergarten to Year 6 and we have four support classes. Our dedicated and enthusiastic staff focus on ongoing professional development and improvement, engage in distributed leadership practices and contribute to a culture of high expectations to ensure the best education for each student.
We actively seek student and parent voice in building a positive school community. Our parent community has aspirations for their children to be confident, respectful toward others and successful learners. The school provides excellent education for the 'whole child' from Kindergarten to Year 6.
Our school day starts at 8.55am and ends at 3pm. Our office is open at 8.30am till 3.30pm.