Extra Curricular


Mount View Primary School has a wonderful reputation in interschool chess tournaments.

The Open chess team has won the Victorian Chess Tournament on four occasions since 2009, while the Girls’ team has also won the state competition on four occasions since 2009.

In addition, the Open team has won the Australian chess competition three times and the girls have won twice.

Chess at Mount View starts with a good instruction and coaching program that is conducted by Chess Ideas. Skilled chess coaches teach the interested students on Mondays at school, both during lunchtime and after school for an advanced group. Students from Year 1 to Year 6 are eligible to participate in chess lessons and competitive chess tournaments throughout the year.

A highlight of chess at Mount View is the sporting way in which students play and the friendly manner in which they support their peers.

Innovate Technology and Robotics Academy

Innovate Technology and Robotics Academy’s STEM programs are available exclusively for the students at Mount View Primary School. Students in Grades 1 to 6 can explore and develop their love for STEM subjects through the variety of programs such as Robotics, Game Development, Web and Mobile App Development.

Courses are available for students who are keen in these STEM subjects, love technology and who wish to improve their soft skills such as communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking and to prepare to become tech leaders of the future.

Junior programs for Grades 1 and 2 are integrated STEM learning pathways which include coding, robotics, electronics and engineering activities which inspire the younger ones to open up their minds to the way things work and to prepare them for the senior programs when they enter at Grade 3.

If you love technology, think that coding, robotics what you may like to explore further, or if you would like to learn how to work with others, improve your soft skills and develop the ability to problem solve, join an Innovate program today!

For more information and to book a spot in the various programs at Mount View Primary School, please visit our website:


Metro Music Lessons

Mount View Primary in association with Metro Music School is now offering Music Lessons to students who are interested in learning an instrument at school every week. Lessons are held during school hours (30 mins/once per week) at suitable times. (Grade 1 – 6 only). Enquiries are welcome on 9460 4818 (Metro Music School).

Lessons Offered:

  • Keyboard
  • Piano
  • Violin
  • Drums

Discount Hiring and Purchase also available. Contact us for details or visit our online shop at https://metromusic.net.au/

Enrolment forms can be obtained from the school office or contact Metro Music School You can also enrol online at the above website address.

Instrumental Lessons


Emily Kimpton is an independent music teacher who is offering music lessons to students at Mount View Primary. Lessons times are available both during and after school hours at suitable times. Lessons are 30 minutes long and are held every week.

Lessons are fun and engaging, teaching students the fundamentals of music. Performance and exam opportunities are provided as students progress.

Lessons are tracked digitally allowing both parents and students to view what was covered every week. Students can then refer to this during the week and log their practise via an online portal.

Lessons are available in groups (2-4 students) or individually in:

  • Flute
  • Clarinet
  • Alto Saxophone
  • Piano

Emily Kimpton has taught in both primary and secondary schools for over 10 years and is passionate about instrumental music education for children. Emily has taught children through all levels of the AMEB and VCE syllabi.

For further information please do not hesitate to contact Emily on 0408 106 873 or at emilykimpton@rocketmail.com

Further Lesson information can be found at:



Student Clubs & Activities

Art Club

Art Club provides a weekly opportunity for students to pop into the Art Room at lunchtime and be creative!

The Year 6 Art Captains help organise different activities each week such as painting, drawing, printing and collage. Students can bring their own art from home and to work on it during Art Club. Students from all levels are welcome to join in and share their passion for art. We look forward to expanding the club and seeing lots of new members!