OUR SCHOOL PURPOSE
To develop the cognitive, social, physical and creative abilities and skills of students thereby enabling them to fulfil their potential and contribute to the development of society.
OUR SCHOOL ETHOS: LEARNING TOGETHER
The school operates in partnership with the school community, where parents and friends are welcome and encouraged to take part in various aspects of the school operations.
A BIT ABOUT WHO WE ARE
Mundaring Primary School is located approximately 40 kilometres east of Perth on Stevens Street. Our school opened at this site in 1990 after moving from the original site on Great Eastern Highway and celebrated its centenary in November 2007. 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.
The school is nestled in a tranquil bush setting among the trees with 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/uniform shop and purpose built specialist teaching areas including a library resource centre, music room and art centre.
The school offers parents a Before and After School Care program in partnership with the Camp Australia group. This program runs throughout the year and more information is available from the link on our home page.
The school enjoys state-of-the-art IT facilities with fast WIFI access for the 110 Microsoft Surface Tablets used throughout the school. Additional technology includes interactive whiteboards in all classrooms and colour printing facilities.
We are also a Lighthouse School for the BouncED On-Line Learning Program which offers all students FREE 24 hour access to such great web-based programs as Sunshine Online, Britannica School, Studyladder & ZooWhiz.
Parents and friends are always welcome at Mundaring Primary School. If you have a minute or two, pop in to have a chat.
Mr Paul Larkin