2019 School and House Captains


School and House Captains think replacing the School House colours with House names will benefit the school by both recognising the history of our great school by honouring people that have made a significant contribution to the school and by also giving the current students a greater sense of connection to the school. Having names for each house will increase their visibility and increase the amount of pride that people feel by being a part of these houses. Naming the houses will preserve the contributions of these people for future generations.


 

2019 School Captains:

 

Fred Purcell & Amy White

 

Enright House (Red)

We believe Mr. Enright is the perfect person to name a house after, as he is the school’s longest serving Principal. We have seen so many changes to the school since he has been around and his running of the school has had a huge impact on our lives.

 

House Captains:  Maya Barnes & Raphael Hipolito

 

Fleming House (Yellow)

Mr. Fleming was the person responsible for approaching the education department to request there be a school in Altona. They built the first school in their own backyard, that had 14 students in it, four of which were his own children, the youngest of which was only four but was enrolled to make up the minimum numbers required to start a school.

 

House Captains:  Lexie Perry & Brodie Cousins

 

Bromley House (Purple)

Mrs. Bromley is Altona Primary Schools longest serving female Principal and third longest serving Principal in total. She was very community minded and did things not only for Altona Primary School, but the Hobson’s Bay community. Even while ill, Mrs. Bromley still attended school fundraisers to support the famous purple, which was formed to recognise George Duke who was the first soldier from Altona to return after Word War 1. His battalion’s colours were purple and gold, hence why we think purple is a fitting choice.

 

House Captains:  Lucy Smith & Jackson Barker

 

Borrack House (Green)

Mr. Borrack was responsible for lobbying the Education Department in 1921 to get them to build the school building that still stands today, 97 years later. This allowed the school to be less crowded and to increase the amount of students who could attend. We have preserved this building and it is an important part of our school.

 

House Captains:  Jenna Greet & Jason Krstevski

 

 

Blyth House (Blue)

Altona Primary School is located on Blyth Street and we think it is a great name for a house, as we believe that our school is the best and most important community landmark on the street.

 

House Captains:  Georgie Christou & Ben Gourley

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