Latest News

Sustainability Program Reviews

At the end of Semester 1 a series of reviews were conducted with students to determine the effectiveness of various programs from the students' perspective. The school respects and values 'student voice' because it enhances wellbeing, commitment to the sustainability...

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...

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...

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...

Our Ecological Footprint – what we are doing…

  Coolbinia Primary has been an active member of the Sustainable Schools WA since 2009. This means we seek to reduce our impact on the Earth by Eco Footprint actions related to caring for Biodiversity, and being Waterwise, Wastewise, TravelSmart/Your Move and...

Welcome to Coolbinia Primary School

Coolbinia Primary School is an Independent Public Primary School set amongst native bushland and open spaces of Coolbinia. Enriched by a strong community and a friendly, caring atmosphere, the school has developed close, productive partnerships with a range of organisations. We have a strong connection to our local environment and sustainable practices developing students with a community conscious view.

Coolbinia PS is committed to continual improvement in digital technologies and STEM learning. In doing so we support our students in developing the skills, knowledge and understandings required to access 21st Century learning tools and the opportunities to use them in finding solutions to authentic, real world problems. Our experienced educators work alongside our parents and community, to guide students to be the best version of themselves. Our students are our greatest resource and they are supported in developing the attributes required to become leaders and instilling in them a love of learning.

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.