Primary – Years 1-6

Joy, Pride and Success -Creating confident communicators, imaginative thinkers and informed citizens. Recognising the understandings and skills to make informed decisions about local, national and global issues and to participate.

Students achieve their potential in a supportive environment, where they are willing to take risks and accept challenges. A set of common values that encourages respect for self and others is vital to this environment.

 

(08) 9526 7100

20 Wanliss Street Jarrahdale WA 6124

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Mon-Fri: 8am - 4pm

 Primary – Years 1-6

Joy, Pride and Success -Creating confident communicators, imaginative thinkers and informed citizens. Recognising the understandings and skills to make informed decisions about local, national and global issues and to participate.

Students achieve their potential in a supportive environment, where they are willing to take risks and accept challenges. A set of common values that encourages respect for self and others is vital to this environment.

(08) 9526 7100

20 Wanliss Street Jarrahdale WA 6124

Mon-Fri: 8am - 4pm

Life Long Learning Skills

At Jarrahdale Primary School we combine academic and social development skills to provide a diverse enriching and educational learning environment. These skills are taught within the curriculum’s key learning areas combining teamwork, self-expression and personal development, contributing to lifelong learning skills.

Our school aims to prepare students for the future allowing them to become independent and successful learners, confident and creative individuals and active, informed community members. We focus on providing equity for every student and striving for excellence in all areas of education.

An important area of your child’s schooling comes from your role in their education and partnering with us to build a community of learning and respect through open communication and shared goals. We encourage you to participate in school activities in roles such as classroom or parent helper, P&C member or volunteering with our Earth Aware program (cooking and gardening activities).

We trust that your association with our school will be a long and happy one, as we work together to achieve the best possible educational experience for your child

Life Long Learning Skills

At Jarrahdale Primary School we combine academic and social development skills to provide a diverse enriching and educational learning environment. These skills are taught within the curriculum’s key learning areas combining teamwork, self-expression and personal development, contributing to lifelong learning skills.

Our school aims to prepare students for the future allowing them to become independent and successful learners, confident and creative individuals and active, informed community members. We focus on providing equity for every student and striving for excellence in all areas of education.

An important area of your child’s schooling comes from your role in their education and partnering with us to build a community of learning and respect through open communication and shared goals. We encourage you to participate in school activities in roles such as classroom or parent helper, P&C member or volunteering with our Earth Aware program (cooking and gardening activities).

We trust that your association with our school will be a long and happy one, as we work together to achieve the best possible educational experience for your child

English

The study of English is central to the learning and development of all young Australians. It helps create confident communicators, imaginative thinkers and informed citizens.  English helps students to engage imaginatively and critically with literature to expand the scope of their experience.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have contributed to Australian society and to its contemporary literature and its literary heritage through their distinctive ways of representing and communicating knowledge, traditions and experience. 

Maths

Mathematics provides students with essential mathematical skills and knowledge in Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Statistics and Probability. It develops the numeracy capabilities that all students need in their personal, work and civic life, and provides the fundamentals on which mathematical specialties and professional applications of mathematics are built.

The mathematics curriculum provides students with carefully paced, in-depth study of critical skills and concepts. It encourages teachers to help students become self-motivated, confident learners through inquiry and active participation in challenging and engaging experiences.

Science

Science provides opportunities for students to develop an understanding of important science concepts and processes, the practices used to develop scientific knowledge, of science’s contribution to our culture and society, and its applications in our lives. The curriculum supports students to develop the scientific knowledge, understandings and skills to make informed decisions about local, national and global issues and to participate, if they so wish, in science-related careers.

The science curriculum promotes six overarching ideas that highlight certain common approaches to a scientific view of the world and which can be applied to many of the areas of science understanding. These overarching ideas are patterns, order and organisation; form and function; stability and change; systems; scale and measurement; and matter and energy.

HASS

Humanities and Social Sciences is the study of human behaviour and interaction in social, cultural, environmental, economic and political contexts. In the Western Australian Curriculum, the Humanities and Social Sciences learning area comprises four subjects: Civics & Citizenship, Economics & Business, Geography and History.

By studying Humanities and Social Sciences, students will develop the ability to question; think critically; make decisions based on evidence; devise proposals for actions; and communicate effectively; providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to develop a broad understanding of their world and how people can participate as active and informed citizens in the 21st century.

Arts & Music

Visual Arts incorporates all three fields of art, craft and design. Students create visual representations that communicate, challenge and express their own and others’ ideas, both as artists and audience members. They develop perceptual and conceptual understanding, critical reasoning and practical skills through exploring and expanding their understanding of their world, and other worlds.

Music has the capacity to engage, entertain, challenge, inspire and empower students. Studying music stimulates imaginative and innovative responses, critical thinking and aesthetic understanding, and encourages students to reach their creative and expressive potential.

Health & PE

In Health and Physical Education, students learn how to enhance their own and others’ health, safety, well being and physical activity participation in varied and changing contexts. The curriculum (P–6) offers students an experiential curriculum that is contemporary, relevant, challenging, enjoyable and physically active.

Through Health and Physical Education, students learn how to enhance their health, safety and well being and to contribute to building healthy, safe and active communities. It provides opportunities for students to develop skills, self-efficacy and dispositions to advocate for, and positively influence, their own and others’ health and well being.

English

The study of English is central to the learning and development of all young Australians. It helps create confident communicators, imaginative thinkers and informed citizens.  English helps students to engage imaginatively and critically with literature to expand the scope of their experience.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have contributed to Australian society and to its contemporary literature and its literary heritage through their distinctive ways of representing and communicating knowledge, traditions and experience. 

Maths

Mathematics provides students with essential mathematical skills and knowledge in Number and Algebra, Measurement and Geometry, and Statistics and Probability. It develops the numeracy capabilities that all students need in their personal, work and civic life, and provides the fundamentals on which mathematical specialties and professional applications of mathematics are built.

The mathematics curriculum provides students with carefully paced, in-depth study of critical skills and concepts. It encourages teachers to help students become self-motivated, confident learners through inquiry and active participation in challenging and engaging experiences.

Science

Science provides opportunities for students to develop an understanding of important science concepts and processes, the practices used to develop scientific knowledge, of science’s contribution to our culture and society, and its applications in our lives. The curriculum supports students to develop the scientific knowledge, understandings and skills to make informed decisions about local, national and global issues and to participate, if they so wish, in science-related careers.

The science curriculum promotes six overarching ideas that highlight certain common approaches to a scientific view of the world and which can be applied to many of the areas of science understanding. These overarching ideas are patterns, order and organisation; form and function; stability and change; systems; scale and measurement; and matter and energy.

HASS

Humanities and Social Sciences is the study of human behaviour and interaction in social, cultural, environmental, economic and political contexts. In the Western Australian Curriculum, the Humanities and Social Sciences learning area comprises four subjects: Civics & Citizenship, Economics & Business, Geography and History.

By studying Humanities and Social Sciences, students will develop the ability to question; think critically; make decisions based on evidence; devise proposals for actions; and communicate effectively; providing students with the knowledge and skills they need to develop a broad understanding of their world and how people can participate as active and informed citizens in the 21st century.

Arts & Music

Visual Arts incorporates all three fields of art, craft and design. Students create visual representations that communicate, challenge and express their own and others’ ideas, both as artists and audience members. They develop perceptual and conceptual understanding, critical reasoning and practical skills through exploring and expanding their understanding of their world, and other worlds.

Music has the capacity to engage, entertain, challenge, inspire and empower students. Studying music stimulates imaginative and innovative responses, critical thinking and aesthetic understanding, and encourages students to reach their creative and expressive potential.

Health & PE

In Health and Physical Education, students learn how to enhance their own and others’ health, safety, well being and physical activity participation in varied and changing contexts. The curriculum (P–6) offers students an experiential curriculum that is contemporary, relevant, challenging, enjoyable and physically active.

Through Health and Physical Education, students learn how to enhance their health, safety and well being and to contribute to building healthy, safe and active communities. It provides opportunities for students to develop skills, self-efficacy and dispositions to advocate for, and positively influence, their own and others’ health and well being.

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Jarrahdale Primary School

20 Wanliss Street, Jarrahdale

(08) 9526 7100

jarrahdale.ps@education.wa.edu.au

Jarrahdale Environmental Centre Accomodation

(08) 9526 7100

jarrahdale.ps@education.wa.edu.au

Jarrahdale Primary School

20 Wanliss Street, Jarrahdale

(08) 9526 7100

jarrahdale.ps@education.wa.edu.au

Jarrahdale Environmental Centre Accomodation

(08) 9526 7100

jarrahdale.ps@education.wa.edu.au