On behalf of our school, I want to say a big thank you to all our students, parents and carers for your continued resilience and support during Term 3. I know remote and flexible learning has not always been easy, but through our collective efforts, our students have continued to make valuable progress in their learning. You can be confident that our school will support any student who has fallen behind to catch up.

Term 4 is important for every Victorian student, and our teachers will strive to deliver high-quality learning for all our students. Whether we’re teaching remotely or face-to-face, our focus for Term 4 is on making sure that every student is supported in their wellbeing, learning and transition needs.

Term 4

On-Site schooling arrangements for students

Please click on the school letter below for important information regarding students returning to on-site schooling. 

Important Information for Term 4 2020


Regards, Diane Bassett 

School Principal 


Curriculum Day- Wednesday 9th September

Reminder that this Wednesday 9th of September is a HVS Curriculum Day;

No students will attend school on this day.

Fortunately, students will be able to continue with their wellbeing Wednesday activities on Google Classroom– there will not be a morning or afternoon check in.

Our VCAL Students have produced a new film called ‘Stick Together’ that aims to celebrate the inventive ways we are trying to communicate with our friends during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Please click on the link below to watch and vote for our short film.


As we all know Gracie is one of our school dogs and is very much loved. She has felt like she has been forgotten over the past two weeks so would like to share her joy with everyone


The latest update regarding HVS closure:

Please click on the link below further information from our School Principal : 

School Re-Open Parent Letter


As you are aware, Hume Valley School was advised of a reported case of coronavirus (COVID-19) and was closed for 24 hours from 09/08/20 as a precautionary measure.

The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) has confirmed that a student at Hume Valley School has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). This case has been reported to the Department of Education and Training (DET), and the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is currently undertaking further investigation.

The school will now remain closed from 09/08/20 until advised otherwise.

While DHHS conducts further investigation, all students and staff must remain at home. This includes limiting movements to home-based activities and not attending public places.

DHHS will work with our school to identify and notify any staff and students identified as having been in close contact with the person who has tested positive to coronavirus (COVID-19), providing further advice as required.

At this stage staff and students do not need to seek testing unless they develop symptoms.

To slow the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), Stage 3 restrictions now apply for regional and rural Victoria and Stage 4 restrictions now apply for metropolitan Melbourne.

More information

I am very aware that this is a time of heightened anxiety for us all. The people best placed to answer your questions are the DET staff who are supporting us. You can contact them on the coronavirus (COVID-19) hotline on 1800 338 663, 8am to 6pm, seven days a week.

For school information in your language, call TIS National on 131 450. Please ask them to call the DET coronavirus (COVID-19) hotline on 1800 338 663 and they will help interpret.

For health advice in other languages visit www.dhhs.vic.gov.au.

A number of resources can also be found on DET’s coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for parents, carers and guardians page.

I remind you to please respect the privacy of our student who tested positive to coronavirus (COVID-19) and encourage everyone to continuing supporting each other during this time.

Thank you for your support, and I will provide further information as soon as I receive any updates.


Diane Bassett  Principal

The Victorian Government has now advised that all Melbourne schools will move to remote and flexible learning from Wednesday 5th August until the end of Term 3.

Tuesday 4th August will be a Pupil Free- Curriculum Day for Teacher’s to prepare for remote learning.

Monday 3rd August (Today) will be a ‘normal’ school day for students.

Please click on the link below further information from our School Principal : 

School Community Letter for Parents/ Carers Term 3 2020 

School Community Letter for Parents/ Carers for Term 3 2020- Arabic  



Dear Parents and Carers,
The staff are looking forward to having our students back onsite at Hume Valley School (HVS).

As you know, Tuesday 26th May is the first day back for all students.

Please read the following documents as they are IMPORTANT to your child’s return to on-site schooling.

Return to School Procedures For Parents

Drop off and Pick Up For Junior Students

Drop off and Pick Up For Primary, Middle, Secondary and Senior Sub School Students

VCAL STUDENTS- Parent Information

To all independent travellers at our VCAL Campus, students will be dismissed at 2:30pm. 

Parents who request an early pick-up at 2:30pm for your child, please submit the following form: 

Early Pick Up at 2:30pm Request Form: 


Once request form has been submitted, our Reception staff will make contact with you.


Kind Regards

Diane Bassett – School Principal 

Gracie’s Update