School News

Mark Lee Football Coaching is back in Term 2

  Mark Lee Football Coaching is delighted to be back in Term 2 at Coolbinia P.S. Wednesday 5 May to Wednesday 9 June 7.30am – 8.30am 6 week program Children from Kindy to Year 6 can attend. Children will be placed with their own age group. $119 per child Simply...

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Chess for Life in Term 2

Chess For Life morning chess club will recommence in Term 2 on Tuesday 20 April in the library from 7.20am for a 7.30am  start till 8.30am. New members are welcome in Term 2. More information can be found here.

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Your Move Festival

Students across all year levels participated in the Your Move Festival last Friday 12 March. The main aim of this event was to promote active healthy lifestyles.  Early Childhood children enjoyed the Constable Care puppet performance and the message of the road safety...

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Women in Leadership Finalist – Dr Elaine Lewis

We are proud to announce that Dr Elaine Lewis has been selected as a one of four finalists in Director General’s Women of Achievement Award. A statement released by our Director General Lisa Rogers acknowledges; Dr Elaine Lewis for her work as a prominent leader in...

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Computer Programming with Grok Learning

Coolbinia PS is continuing to invest in an annual school subscription to a Coding website called Grok Learning (soon to be rebranded as Grok Academy in 2021). About Grok Learning Grok (verb): to understand intuitively or by empathy. Grok Learning is a team of...

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Our Social Handprint – what we are doing

The Social Handprint refers to all the ways our school is working to increase wellbeing, social and cultural sustainability. Coolbinia PS supporters these key features in the following ways; Student & Staff Wellbeing The school is committed to enhancing the...

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Coolbinia Virtual Bushland Tour – 360 degree photography

Our Year Six students are currently developing a virtual tour through our bushland trail. When this is completed there will be a link to it on this page. For now see below a few of the 360 degree photos taken which will be included in the finished tour. [gallery...

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Cross Curriculum Highlights for 2020

Cross Curriculum Highlights for 2020

Teachers across the school embed the three cross-curriculum priorities - Aboriginal, Asian and Sustainability - into their class programs. In addition to these learning experiences, the following aspects of the cross-curriculum priorities are whole school initiatives....

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Outdoor Classroom in Our Bushland

Outdoor Classroom in Our Bushland

View the fabulous Dept of Education video illustrating the learning experiences of our students in the school bushland:  Click here please. Digital Technologies, Biological Science and Sustainability are all featured.  Congratulations and thanks to the students, staff...

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A taste of the Bushland Trail experience

Zamia Palm https://youtu.be/EcyMghqbGVg Moodja  https://youtu.be/MbSEtN4n5EQ Balga https://youtu.be/-HEQf2LV7u0 Banksia https://youtu.be/QZsGzTfJr5c Jarrah https://youtu.be/oQb13nkHdEE Bushland and Bushfire  https://youtu.be/pGewCPgbCxE Bushland Landscape...

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Grok Learning for 2020

Grok Learning for 2020

Coolbinia PS is continuing to invest in an annual school subscription to a Coding website called Grok Learning for 2020. About Grok Learning Grok (verb): to understand intuitively or by empathy. Grok Learning is a team of educators and software engineers who want to...

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Connect – Online Communication

Connect is a secure, web based communication system developed and maintained by the Department of Education. It provides teachers, students and parents with secure access to a collaborative online learning environment via the internet. Coolbinia Primary School uses...

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Bush Trail Opening Day Success

Bush Trail Opening Day Success

The whole school community, parents and special guests joined Mort and Vivienne Hansen in our Yarning Circle for the official opening of the Coolbinia Bush Trail on Friday 30th August. The celebration began with a heartfelt rendition of Wandjoo by the students and...

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Understanding the WA school curriculum

Understanding the WA school curriculum

A new website has been designed to help parents and community members better understand the Western Australian school curriculum. The new website developed by the School Curriculum and Standards Authority, can be accessed by visiting www.scsa.wa.edu.au and clicking on...

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