Hudson Park Primary School (5819)

School Overview


Hudson Park Primary School is located 20km north of Perth in the centre of the suburb of Girrawheen. It opened as Hudson Park Primary School after the amalgamation of Girrawheen and Blackmore Primary Schools in 2009. It has extensive grounds with large shady trees, grassed play areas, a large grassed oval, modern playground equipment and natural vegetation. A substantial upgrade was completed in 2009 adding two new blocks including new classrooms, kindergarten, undercover area and canteen.

The school enrolment is approximately 235 students from Kindergarten to Year 6. The school population is multicultural with 47% of the students speaking a language other than English. Major cultural groups within the school are Vietnamese, Sudanese, African nations, Malay, Burmese, Filipino, Cambodian, Iranian and Afghani. 8% of the students are of Aboriginal heritage. Hudson Park Primary School employs an Literacy Support / EALD Teacher and an Ethnic Assistant to assist with children and their families.

Hudson Park Primary School is committed to providing a quality education for every student and prides itself on aspiring to high standards. We provide a strong foundation in Literacy, Numeracy, Science, HASS and Technology. The academic program also includes a specialist Physical Education, French, Digital Technology and a Music/Drama program. Hudson Park Primary School continues to embrace technology throughout the curriculum as a tool to enhance learning.

The school has a strong emphasis on pastoral care, inclusivity, values and teaching the students responsibility. The 'You Can Do It' program, Good Standing and a school wide incentive program have helped the school gain an outstanding reputation in the region for pastoral care. The school also employs a Chaplain and an Aboriginal Education assistant to support students and families across the school.

Hudson Park's facilities include three teaching blocks, science laboratory, library and a fully enclosed and assembly area. All classrooms and wet areas are fully air-conditioned. The Library Resource Centre contains a wealth of books for students, networked computers, digital cameras, laptops, iPads and other electronic equipment to enable the students to utilise technology.

This unique school is underpinned by strong community links and collaborative partnerships that work together to make this a vibrant, innovative, contemporary education facility. The school actively promotes and encourages parent participation through the School Board, the Parents & Citizens Association and parent volunteers in various curriculum and extra curricula activities.

T: 9342 4300
E: HudsonPark.PS@education.wa.edu.au