Mullaloo Beach Primary School (5683)



School Overview


Mullaloo Beach Primary School became an Independent Public School (IPS) at the start of the 2013 school year. Located in the Perth coastal suburb of Mullaloo, Mullaloo Beach Primary School is nestled in a tranquil environment just 300m from the beach. The school is located within a nature reserve and adjoins extensive playing fields. Large trees and grassed areas surround the school creating an open and natural ambience to greet visitors to the school.

Student enrolment currently stands at around 335 children from Kindergarten to Year 6 with students drawn mainly from the Mullaloo area. Indications are that student numbers are increasing. Many overseas and interstate families have chosen to live in Mullaloo after deciding to enrol their children at the school, due to its positive community based learning environment, progressive and developmental educational programs and its inclusive approach in catering for all students.

The school has a Collaborative Team Teaching structure of two teams, providing for the specific learning needs of Early Childhood and Middle/Senior primary students. Teachers recognise the developmental nature of learning and each team member strives to ensure every student receives learning experiences that cater for their individual needs and to ensure all students progress and experience success in their learning. School based Talented and Gifted Student programs incorporate a diverse range of interest areas and tap into the unique talents of students by providing a myriad of opportunities to encourage and support life long learning across all domains. In addition, the school offers specialists programs in French, Music, Science, Art and Physical Education.

The school community provide excellent support through a vibrant Parent & Citizens' Association and through representation on the School Board. The encouragement of parents to be actively involved in all aspects of their child's learning is supported by the Continual Reporting Process and the open door communication practices adopted by the school.