Respect, Resilience, 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.

Respect, Resilience, 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.

Respect, Resilience, 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.

Respect, Resilience, 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.

The Churchlands Way

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.

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.

Kindergarten enrolments are now open for 2025, limited spots available, get your application in today.

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Quick Calendar

Term 1 2024

Wed 31 January – Thur 28 March (9 weeks)

Term 2 2024

Mon 15 April – Fri 28 June (11 weeks)

Term 3 2024

Tue 16 July – Fri 20 Sept (10 weeks)

Term 4 2024

Tue 8 Oct – Thur 12 Dec (10 weeks)

 

Public Holidays 2024

Labour Day: Mon 4 March (Term 1, Week 6)

ANZAC Day: Thur 25 April (Term 2, Week 2)

WA Day: Mon 3 June (Term 2, Week 8)

 

Staff Development Days 2024

Term 1: Mon/Tue 29 & 30 Jan

Term 2: Friday 31 May

Term 3: Monday 15 July

Term 4: Monday 7 October

 

School Times
8.45am: Start of day
10.45 -11.05am: Recess
1.05-1.45pm: Lunch
3.00pm: End of day

Contact Us

SMS Attendance
0408 905 268

Education Security
If you notice suspicious behaviour on our school site call:
1800 177 777
9264 4632

School Principal
Kim Fraser

Address
Cromarty Road,
Floreat WA 6014

Telephone
08 9253 9450

 

Latest News

CPS Free Dress Day!

CPS Free Dress Day!

Today, the students and staff of Churchlands Primary School have been wearing their favourite clothes, raising money to support a worthy cause and enjoying a free dress day. We are proud to share that we have raised $566. This is our 5th year supporting the Solar...

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Sustainability News – Term 2 Week 9

Sustainability News – Term 2 Week 9

A huge thank you to Gemma Taylor for re homing three of the chickens to a farm. Unfortunately, they were roosters, and we are not allowed to keep roosters in the metropolitan area. We are down to three chickens. Gemma does a lot of behind the scenes work for our...

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Chaplain’s Chat – Term 2 Week 9

Chaplain’s Chat – Term 2 Week 9

Red Zone The Red Zone is used to describe extremely heightened states of alertness or very intense feelings. A person may be experiencing anger, rage, explosive behaviour, panic, terror, or elation when in the Red Zone. Being in the Red Zone can best be explained by...

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What’s Happening in the Art Studio – Term 2 Week 7

What’s Happening in the Art Studio – Term 2 Week 7

Most classes are focusing their art practise on the works of different contemporary Aboriginal artists. I am working closely with a wonderful resource from the The Art Gallery of South Australia called Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art in the Classroom 2.  The...

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The Music Review – Term 2 Week 7

The Music Review – Term 2 Week 7

CHUMT SHOW 2024 It’s getting very fruity now  Further updates FYI  Auditions are in full swing in preparation for the first semi-final – Junior – happening next Thursday lunch time. A letter with details, including performance order, will be given to all year 1 and 2...

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PE News – Term 2 Week 7

PE News – Term 2 Week 7

Running Club   For new families to Churchlands PS, running club is where students run laps around the oval earning points for their faction. Exercising in the mornings has many health benefits and is a great way to start the day.   Some benefits include:   improved...

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Chaplain’s Chat – Term 2 Week 9

Chaplain’s Chat – Empathy and Kindness

Empathy is another focus from The Resilience Project that builds resilience.   Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Having empathy can motivate us to do something kind for someone else. This causes our brain to release oxytocin which...

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The Resilience Project – Parent/Carers Frequently Asked Questions

The Resilience Project – Emotional Literacy

Did you know …  There are 27 main human emotions.  We experience at least 1 emotion 90% of the time.  And frequently experience positive & negative emotions at the same time.  If you’re interested in learning more about Emotional Literacy check out ‘The Imperfects...

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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

Teaching programs are designed to equip all students with the skills and knowledge to become confident, independent learners. A strong focus on literacy and numeracy along with opportunities for the academically talented, results in excellent progress and achievement. The school’s NAPLAN results are consistently well above like state and Australian averages. Many year 5 and 6 students benefit from external Primary Extension and Challenge (PEAC) programs which are supplemented by an enriched curriculum supported by digital and cooperative learning.

Innovative and Engaging Curriculum - "The Churchlands Way"

Teachers at CPS deliver innovative, diverse, challenging and differentiated curriculum across the school through evidence based instructional strategies and skills. Our learning program provides opportunities for our students to achieve their individual best in all areas of development. We cater for students in a variety of ways and focus on providing a curriculum that supports independent and inquiry learning and for students to be resilient and critical thinkers.

Celebrated Diversity

CPS celebrates its culturally diverse community. A significant number of students speak English as an Additional Language/Dialect (EAL/D) and  they are supported by a qualified specialist teacher to effectively access the Western Australian curriculum. We believe that every child has the right to feel safe and supported in a secure, well maintained learning environment. The Bounceback program focuses students on building a strong and resilient community, ensuring the expectations of school community are upheld and recognising and rewarding them for their efforts.

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

At Churchlands Primary School  we have set our sights on becoming a regional leader in offering digitally leveraged learning across all curriculum areas as well as provide authentic and diverse experiences that allow our students to explore, learn and create while learning the new WA Digital Technologies Curriculum. Our students are well equipped with skills and knowledge that help them not only adapt to their future professional roles, but to thrive in their ever changing environment.

Sustainability

Churchlands Primary School has a proud history of developing environmentally aware students through it’s renowned Sustainability program. A pillar of this program, the  9R shed, offers student’s ‘hands-on’ experience in sustainability science. The integrated environmental program also includes an outdoor learning area focusing on recycling and sustainability with vegetable gardens, worm farms, composting, bush tucker and a frog habitat. In 2017 the school regained the Waste Wise Accreditation.

“Our kids are really supported and enjoy the diversity of the Churchlands learning program.”

Susan Johnson

Engaged Students

Passionate Teachers

Dedicated Support Staff

Years celebrated