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“Strive to Achieve”

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Welcome to Neerigen Brook Primary School

Neerigen Brook Primary School is an Independent Public School located in the centre of Armadale, 36 kilometres south east of Perth and caters for children from playgroup, through early childhood education to Year 6.

We have 13 general school classes for Years 1 to 6 and five classrooms for Playgroup, Kindergarten and Pre-primary children. Our school is committed to high expectations and excellence in academic achievement. The school has state of the art Information Technology, Science and Music facilities and also features highly practical and flexible learning and teaching spaces. We firmly believe that every child can learn and that every child brings a contribution to our community.

We are committed to building strong community partnerships and a sense of belonging. Teachers, students and families work in partnership to nurture children and ensure that they are provided with quality learning opportunities in a safe, supportive and inclusive school environment. We also offer a wide range of on-site services including community health nurse, dental therapist, school psychologist and referrals to outside agencies. In addition we have a Breakfast Bowl which is available free of charge to all students from 8am daily.

Parents and community members play an active role in ensuring that students achieve the best possible educational outcomes. We foster a positive environment where emphasis is placed upon mutual respect and success for everyone. Adults and children are valued for their unique individual qualities and contributions and are always encouraged to ‘Strive to achieve’.

This motto of ‘Strive to achieve’ encompasses our strong culture focused on high expectations, academic excellence and ensuring that all children have the skills needed to be active and resilient citizens.

Acknowledgement to Country
Neerigen Brook Primary School respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of this land on which this school is built and where we meet, the Whadjuk Noongar People. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.

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