Recent News

Uniform Shop

The P&C would sincerely like to thank Martina Pascoe for her role as Uniform Shop Co-ordinator over the past (many) years! Martina’s duties have included overseeing the running of the uniform shop, ordering stock, QuickCliQ implementation and much more. 

Christmas Raffle

Today is the last day for donations to be received at the Co-op and school front office. The P&C wish to sincerely thank those that have donated.  

Awards Presentations

Save the date!!!! Our 2021 Awards Presentation Assembly will be held on Thursday, 9 December. We would love to see you there!

End of Year Concert

Save the date!!!! Our 2021 End of Year Concert will be held on Tuesday, 14 December. We would love to see you there!

Connect in High School

The High School will be re-introducing Connect this week. Connect is a learning, support and communications platform developed by the Department of Education WA for staff, students and parents in public school. 

Secondary Assistance Scheme

The Secondary Assistance Scheme is now open. You may be eligible for up to $350 towards school expenses for 2022.

Swimming Lessons

Take the plunge! Enrol your child in VacSwim swimming lessons during the summer school holidays. Find a location near you at


The new Scholastic Book Club catalogue is out. If you would like to order a Book Club book you can do this online via LOOP. It is a great way to access some fantastic, well priced books. Register or Login to order your books online!


Our school canteen is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday and needs your support. The canteen accepts both Quickcliq and cash payments. There are always lots of great recess options available too! Menu and QuickCliq Guide


The P & C are in need of volunteers! We’re looking for a uniform shop co-ordinator and people to fill shifts in the uniform shop and canteen. If you can spare a couple of hours to help out, please contact one of our friendly committee members or come along to our next meeting.

Take pride in your school!

Parents are requested to send their children to school in uniform. Our dress code has been developed with input from parents, students and staff. The wearing of a uniform assists in the development of children's pride in their school, gives them a sense of belonging & adds to the tone of the school.  

Coronavirus Information

As the lead agency in Western Australia, the WA Department of Health is monitoring the COVID-19 situation and the Department of Education is acting on their advice as it relates to students and staff.