Herne Hill Primary School is situated in the Swan Valley on the outskirts of Perth, bordered by the Darling Range to the East and the Swan River to the West.
The school was established in 1922 and a significant number of students are descendants of the Swan Valley pioneers with several generations of families attending the school. The school has high expectations for students behaviour, values and work ethic. Students often refer to 'the Herne Hill way' and are encouraged to have active minds and bodies.
Students come from a diverse range of backgrounds there is a real connection and sense of partnership within our school. We encourage community involvement and have a tradition of support for the P&C and its committees. In return, the school enjoys a very positive image within the community which is reflected by the contact that is maintained by ex-students and their families.
Our staff have strong professional relationships with our students and are experienced and very capable. Some live locally and have strong links with the community.
Our school is set grounds with lush gardens with a mix of new and old buildings. Our classrooms are air conditioned and extensions are planned to our under cover area.
Please visit our website for more information.