Primary Musique Festival 2018

On Friday, 10th August 2018, 35 of our Primary School Music students in Year 1-6, participated in our annual Musique Music Festival.  The audience were held spellbound by the diversity of items being performed.  Piano, vocal, snare drum, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, ukulele and musical theatre.  Our students showed tremendous courage to perform in front […]


Primary School Prefect Parliament House Visit

On Tuesday, 21st August 2018, the Primary School Prefects had the privilege of visiting our State Parliament in Perth with Mr Anthony Moses, Head of Primary. The students had a personal tour of Parliament by Mr Reece Whitby, Member for Baldivis, and a visit to the Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council Chambers. A highlight of […]


In The Classroom – Kindergarten 2

We have had an exciting funny start to term 3. We have been learning all about letter sounds and listening to funny rhyming stories. Here are some of our funny faces that we made using some of our funny dress-ups. We also had a chance to learn about emergency OOO with Constable Care.  

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In The Classroom – Year 2C with Ms Hart

Wow! The year is absolutely flying by for us in 2C! As we meet the halfway mark, it’s incredible to reflect on the fantastic learning we have achieved and are very excited for what’s to come. Here are some of our highlights so far. We investigated what living things need to survive by experimenting planting […]


In The Classroom – Year 5B with Mrs Ball

We have had a wonderful year in 5B so far. From our wonderful sleepover, to some great work in class, to our AMAZING ATCO cooking excursion.   The sleepover was for two days and we packed in some great activities, such as Scitech, swimming at the Cockburn ARC and challenging ourselves at the XLR8 course. […]

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Salaka Music Incursion

Vibrant!!!  Engaging!!!  Awesome!!! These are only a few of the remarks made by Primary students and teachers after the very energetic music incursion hosted by Salaka. So many teachers commented that their students were still singing the songs after the incursion. All students and teachers sang, danced and played drums and various other percussion instruments.  […]