Principal's Message

About Us | Principal’s Message

Churchlands Primary has a reputation for great community spirit and innovative and inclusive teaching and learning programs. We provide a comprehensive innovative curriculum covering all aspects of the Western Australian Curriculum. Our students are provided many opportunities to actively engage in all learning areas including many forms of the Arts through music, Visual Arts and Drama and Physical Education. The learning program provides opportunities for the diverse group of 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 students in being independent, resilient learners and creative and critical thinkers. Students with special needs and with English as a Second Language are catered for ensuring they actively engage in school life. We work in partnership with our parents who play a significant role in assisting with activities, providing specific skills, contributing to the work of the P&C, taking on parent leadership roles through the School Board and attending a wide range of school activities throughout the year. We see parents as the educational foundations for our students, their teaching, guiding and motivating their own children through their learning journey makes a major difference in educational success. Staff are acknowledged as leaders in their own right and are encouraged and supported to aspire to leadership and furthering their own professional learning. At Churchlands Primary School our students are proud of their achievements. They strive to work to the best of their ability, showing respect, responsibility and resilience at all times. Each student knows that they are the most important element in their success at school and in their life. Churchlands Primary School endeavours to provide an environment that supports every student with their academic and social emotional needs. Your time at our school will positively support your needs as you travel the educational journey.

Kim Fraser