Wembley Primary offers a comprehensive range of opportunities to encourage students to build on their personal strengths. This develops their self concept, resilience and confidence to attempt new things and to have the opportunity to work with other students.
It is with a great deal of pride that the staff, students and parents welcome you to the Wembley Primary School community. Wembley Primary School, established in 1936, has a tremendous tradition of academic excellence, community support and the provision of a wide range of opportunities to develop the skills, interest and knowledge of all children in our care.
Wembley Primary School strives to provide a learning environment that is underpinned by a strong set of values. As a staff we work together to develop in students the values that will stand them in good stead for the future. Our aim is for students to develop positive relationships, to be accepting of difference, to appreciate the environment and to be respectful. We believe there is a positive tone and spirit evident immediately when walking into Wembley Primary School, with children, staff and parents proud of the school’s achievements.
We all join in wishing you a happy and successful time as part of our school community.
Thursday, 23rd April was Wembley's ANZAC Service. Our art teacher, Mrs Barratt organised all students and staff to make red poppies to place in the gardens and Mrs Goyder taught the whole school a beautiful song called ‘The Song of Australia’. The choir and band also performed for the ceremony.
The Year 5 children were visited by the President of the Deafness Council WA, Mr Barry MacKinnon AM, along with staff and "Charlie" the mascot from the Ear Science Institute Australia (ESIA). The children attended an ESIA Cheers for Ears session to learn strategies to protect their hearing from noise induced hearing loss (NHL) which can be caused by personal music players (PMPs) such as iPods. The session provided information on the ear, how we hear and the children also learnt to protect their hearing and the importance of not listening to music that is more than half the volume of their PMPs.
The Years 1 and 2 children enjoy playing on their own special equipment that is set up daily at their designated play area.