Buildings & Grounds

Coldstream Primary School is lucky enough to have a wonderful undercover area that means that even on the wettest and hottest days, children are able to go outside for fresh air and activity while still staying well protected.




We are fortunate to have spacious, well-maintained grounds and adjoining council sporting grounds and the Margaret Lewis Reserve that the school has historically used and supported. The extensive shaded grounds also feature two basketball/netball courts an oval, modern play equipment and lovely gardens. To keep the grounds in their best condition, the school employs the services of a talented gardener, Meredith Tilton, whose work is appreciated, not only by those who are at school each day, but by the many visitors to the school.


Prep playground

The school buildings are spacious with many double classrooms allowing flexible use and student comfort.



Well-resourced Art Room and Library and extra spaces are being upgraded as funds become available.
Facilities are well managed by the School Council through its Buildings and Grounds sub-committee. This committee meets monthly to plan and work through maintenance items and apply for grants to further improve facilities. All families are invited to become involved in management of the school’s resources that utilise a combination of professional skills and community support through our working bees.

In addition in 2018 we were lucky enough, through a Creative Artists Partnership, to be able to work with the super-talented artist (Tiger) Dave Monks to create a Reading Pod through the children's exploration of Reading and books.  The children LOVE this space and use it whenever they can.