Mundaring Primary School (5335)

School Overview

At Mundaring Primary School we develop the cognitive, social, physical and creative abilities and skills of children so they have the best start possible to their schooling and can reach their potential. Catering for children from Kindergarten to Year 6, our school is characterised as being community and environmentally friendly. It has a small country school feel, yet is large enough to offer a range of options and facilities.

Our staff are life-long learners and are committed to making a difference to the lives of our students. Our programs provide children with the opportunity to study a range of subjects including music, physical education and Indonesian. We have an extensive environmental program that runs across the school and is an excellent example of the benefits of students, parents and staff working in partnership.

We have also implemented a whole of school approach to literacy through a variety of strategies including the Developmental Reading Groups program. This program involves children working with other students of a similar level of literacy development and being presented with work at a level at which they can achieve success and demonstrate growth. Students are also provided with extension opportunities through the Swan Education District Primary Extension and Challenge (PEAC).

Our social and emotional learning program, Aussie Optimism, is implemented across all primary classrooms to support students with peer relationship issues, anxiety and mental health issues. We also have support personnel on staff to help build positive behaviours and ensure our school is a caring and positive place for students to learn.

Our school has grassed play areas, an oval, cricket nets, basketball/netball/tennis courts and extensive playground equipment. The school is an air-conditioned open design with three clusters of classrooms, three early childhood units, an administration block, undercover area with canteen and uniform shop and purpose built specialist teaching areas, including a library resource centre, music room and art centre.

Parents take an active role in our school whether this is as School Council representatives, P & C Association members or as volunteers supporting the school by helping in the canteen, uniform shop or with classroom activities.

We welcome you to visit our website or contact us to discover more about our school:
T: 9295 1072