Welcome to the Coolbinia Primary School website.
We strive to continually improve the quality of this website and add different functions to provide helpful information vital for our community. We regularly post important activities that are occurring in our great school. We hope you find our website informative and easy to navigate. If you would like to make suggestions to help us create an even better website please feel free to complete the online feedback form. Thanks in anticipation.
Welcome to Coolbinia Primary School. We cater for students from 4 years of age (Kindergarten) through to those who are completing their primary education (Year 6).
We look forward to your involvement with Coolbinia Primary School and trust that a close and effective working relationship between the school and home will be established in order to ensure the optimum climate for the education of your child/children. The school regards parents as partners in education.
- Coolbinia Primary School opened in 1955
- Children come from a variety of ethnic backgrounds
- The school has a history of outstanding academic achievement.
All enrolments, mail, general enquiries and financial transactions are completed through the school office (8:00am – 4:00pm each school day).The school Executive Team comprises:
- Principal – Paul Westcott
- Associate Principal – Debra Holland
- Corporate Services Manager – Christine Rowett
Regular bulletins inform parents/guardians of any necessary changes to information and serves to keep the community informed of school activities, organisation and procedures. We encourage the community to regularly check the school website for information.
We look forward to working with you to attain the best educational outcomes for your child.
Acknowledgement to Country
Kaya wanju moorditj maarmans, moorditch yorgas.
Hello, welcome great men and great women. We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet, the Wadjak people, part of the Noongar nation. Wadjak country extends from Perth and all through the Swan Coastal Plains. It is on this very place we meet today where the Wadjak people have lived for thousands of years and will continue to live for tens of thousands more. As their elders have stated, we are all a part of this journey together and it is important that we embrace OUR Wadjak culture, with the respect and acknowledgement it deserves. We also acknowledge the contributions of Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Australians to the education of all children and people in this country we all live in and share together – Australia. It is a privilege to be meeting on this land.