Hammond Park Secondary College (4210)

School Overview

Opening in 2020, Hammond Park Secondary College will provide local students with a dynamic and innovative learning environment centred around the social and emotional wellbeing of each child.

The school will provide challenging, engaging and intentional instruction to meet the diverse learning needs of all students and foster a culture of life long learning. Student voice and agency will be a key aspect of the school in creating high expectations and an environment where all can flourish.

Foundation Principal Joanne Willesee is leading community wide consultation with a range of stakeholders to ensure the development of the school's programs and extra-curricular offerings meet the needs of the local community. Strong, productive working relationships with families and the community are essential for the success of Hammond Park Secondary School.

Located in Hammond Park on Irvine Parade the school is being built in two stages. Construction of Stage 1 is well underway and includes state of the art classrooms, a library, administration and extensive student services area. The school will also feature specialist facilities for performing and visual arts, science laboratories, food and textiles, design and technology workshops and a gymnasium. The cafeteria is the hub of the central precinct and provides indoor and outdoor seating, landscaped gardens and open spaces. Multipurpose courts and school oval are also included in the first stage of the build.

Stage 2 of construction will open in 2023 and include additional learning area classrooms, sports courts and playing fields.

The school will open in 2020 catering to Year 7 students and will grow to accommodate approximately 1450 Year 7-12 students by 2025.

For more information on the school, including regular progress updates on the building progress, local intake area and enrolments, please visit the Facebook page Hammond Park Secondary College or contact:

Principal: Joanne Willesee

T: 08 9395 3800
E: Joanne.Willesee@education.wa.edu.au