Churchlands Primary School
Empower, Engage, Excel
Churchlands Primary School is an Independent Public School catering for over 550 students from Kindergarten to year 6. Located in the leafy suburb of Floreat, approximately 7 kilometres north-west of the Perth CBD, it is a short walk from Churchlands Senior High School.
Another Big Music Night has come and gone. This year was a raging success for everyone who performed and was enjoyed by 400 audience members at the Newman College Auditorium. The record is now held by Tiya, who was involved in 9 acts on the night, but, hey, everyone...
Sustainability News Last Friday marked GIVE WRITE’S second anniversary. GIVE WRITE is a non-profit organisation that collects used and unused stationery from local schools in December each year. The products are sorted and given to disadvantaged families in WA. I...
Recently I listened to an interesting podcast on the power of storytelling. It spoke about how important it is to share stories, knowledge and culture, as well as entertaining others and creating an identity. Picture books partner visuals with the words to extend the...
What’s Happening in the Art Studio - Mrs Melinda Cockerill Frog Pond Mural This term many classes have been making ceramic tiles to install on the library wall behind the new frog pond. After observing drawings of frogs, long neck tortoises, birds, wildflowers and...
FROG HABITAT UPDATE On Sunday 31st October we held our last Busy Bee for the year. There was a terrific turnout with 4 staff members attending and over 20 parents. Thank you to the following people Luke Johnson, Andree Austin, Lucy Osterberg, Sheree Samsa, Pete Herne,...
Hot off the back from their wins in the CPS Design Thinking Challenge in Science Week during Term 3, our year 5 and 6 representatives were ready to apply their thinking skills against a broader challenge at the 2021 Scitech Challenge. This year, Scitech scheduled...
CHICKEN NEWS A big thank you to Natalie Britz who has worked behind the scenes to ensure our chickens are fed over the weekends and during the school holidays. This is Natalie’s last year at the school (Kyle, her son will be moving to high school in 2022) so we are...
The Churchlands Way
Churchlands Primary School (CPS) is an Independent Public School catering for approximately 500 students from Kindergarten to year 6. Located in the leafy suburb of Floreat, approximately 7 kilometres north-west of the Perth CBD, it is a short walk from Churchlands Senior High School.
Kindergarten to year 2 classes provide innovative and engaging curriculum programs reflecting the outcomes of the National Early Years Learning Framework and the standards outlined in National Quality Standard Framework for Early Childhood Education.
Community support of the school and its educational programs is excellent. The Parents and Citizens’ Association (P&C) is a dynamic in its ability to raise funds to support innovation and school improvement. The School Board is an informed , proactive body overseeing the school’s Delivery and Performance Agreement and Business Plan. The Board membership includes parents and staff who are involved in making wide ranging decisions that impact positively on the school.
All classrooms are air conditioned, networked, have digital technology capabilities and common wet areas. The school has well maintaintained grounds with multi-purpose hard courts, an oval, undercover area and playgrounds.
The highly professional staff at Churchlands Primary School work collaboratively to improve outcomes, maintain high standards and celebrate success in an inclusive, caring school environment.
Confident, Independent Learners
Innovative and Engaging Curriculum - "The Churchlands Way"
Vibrant Specialists Arts Program
The school’s vibrant specialist Arts program includes; music, visual arts and drama. Instrumental music tuition for piano, clarinet, violin, cello and double base. The school choir ‘VOICE’, band ‘HOTNOTES’ and the string ensemble perform regularly at school assemblies and at external events. Students also engage in 120 minutes physical education per week and French is taught to year 3s as a second language.
Technology & S.T.E.A.M
“Our kids are really supported and enjoy the diversity of the Churchlands learning program.”