Thank you for visiting our school website. Haberfield Public School is situated in an inner western suburb of Sydney. Our beautiful grounds with wide-open spaces and leafy surroundings provide an excellent physical environment for our students. Our school includes students who come from a rich diversity of cultures. We have a committed staff and a supportive school community. Read more »
Staff: Principal Karlynne Jacobsen Deputy Principal Gaye Porter Assistant Principals Betty Favotto John McMichael Katie Martin Suzanne Curteis Classroom Teachers Aarja Cairns Betty Favotto Claudia Cimino Danny Truong Demi Arenas Demi Kesby-St Claire Dora Tomaras Holly Wright Jessica Moreta Fernandez Joanna Wilson John McMichael Julia Elks Katharine Thompson Katie Martin Kelly Minogue Lucia Scurrah Maria Read more »
Positive Behaviour for Learning (PBL) is an evidence-based whole school process to improve learning outcomes for all students. Over the last year Haberfield Public School teachers have been engaged in professional development in PBL, gathering data for evidence & begun implementation of this model across the school. More information please about PBL.
We ask that you ensure that all slips that are relevant for your child are returned to your child’s class teacher prior to the due date. This helps teach our students that punctuality and organisation is important and necessary. Permission Notes Representative Agreement Gifted & Talented Classes Voluntary Contributions 2017 School Voluntary Contribution Kindy to Read more »
Enrol Online Starting school is an important step in a young child’s life. Our Kindergarten Orientation in Term 4 provides opportunities for you and your child to meet our staff, tour the school and attend parent workshops that cover all aspects of general school life. We also encourage you to join us at our School Open Read more »
On 11th April 1910, Haberfield School was opened as an Infants’ School with Miss Elizabeth Williams as Headmistress and Miss Mary Bennet as assistant. The initial enrolment was 50. Following an increase in population at the time, Ashfield Municipal Council wrote to the Department of Public Instruction requesting the establishment of an additional Class. This Read more »