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Jun 01

AFL Clinic

Jun 03

Winter Sport

Jun 06

Western Australia Day - Public Holiday

Jun 07

Athletics Clinic

Jun 08

AFL & Athletics Clinics

Jun 10

Winter Sport

Jun 13

School Development Day - No Students

Jun 15

AFL Clinic

Jun 17

Winter Sport

Jun 21

Assembly Room 9

Jun 22

AFL Clinic

Jun 24

Winter Sport

Jun 24

Tree Planting Room 6, 9 & 13

Jun 29

School Photos

Jul 01

Students Last Day

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2016 Newsletters

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2016 Term Planners

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Uniforms - 2016

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Last Updated: 21/03/2016


Please note:

Term 3 begins for all students

Wednesday 20 July 2016

 

Please follow this link for information on the NCCD.

 

North Parmelia Primary School is situated in Kwinana, approximately 40km south of Perth and was built in 1971. The school has retained its 'bush' setting, although development in the area has seen housing beginning to encroach ever closer. The Kwinana railway station is situated approximately 800 metres from the school.

The school population currently stands at 370 children catering for students from Kindergarten (4 year olds) through to Year 6. In 2008, Middle Schooling, including Year 7, began at Gilmore College (Kwinana).

Academic and social success has a high priority at the school. A strong pastoral care program ensures students demonstrate high standards through the school's inclusive and safe learning environment. The whole school approach of 'Friendly Schools Plus" supports the positive school culture. The school uses funding supplied through the Behaviour Management in Schools (BMiS) strategy to upskill teachers in the Classroom Management and Instructional Strategies (CMS) program.