We aim to provide experiences and opportunities for students to explore their uniqueness while contributing to a joyful community with a passion for learning. This is echoed in our school motto 'Joy | Pride | Success'.
Our core belief is that being valued as part of a school community, our students are able to create and strengthen positive relationships; develop resilience, social and emotional learning skills; experience learning independence; and become creative, critical and reflective thinkers.
Our teaching staff are experienced, innovative, and enquiring teaching professionals who use their knowledge to support the school culture of learning, engagement and education. Their enthusiasm and strong commitment enable all students to achieve their full potential in a safe and productive environment within the school and the wider community. We strongly believe in collaboration and sharing effective practise within our school and the wider educational and community networks.
As part of a small semi-rural community, we encourage community involvement in school activities; volunteers are an important part of the school community, providing children with practical skills, community engagement, a sense of belonging and opportunities to develop communication skills.
Using the 'Friendly Schools Plus' program we encourage all members of our school community to promote the social and emotional learning skills. We achieve this by promoting personal responsibility, considering consequences and making the right choices.
Taking advantage of our semi-rural location, we incorporate the environment into many of our learning spaces, through our environmental program, Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden and associated cooking activities, outdoor classrooms, and involvement in local activities such as Tree Planting Day, Clean Up Australia, and Ribbons of Blue.
Our webpage proudly displays our current and future events and activities and is a great source of information about our school and community. We'd love to show you our school and tell you more about our community, learning and engagement opportunities, and above all, why Jarrahdale Primary School contributes to a sense of belonging for our students.
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