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ESTABLISHED IN 1890
Hale Rd, Beaconsfield
.Website first launched on 24/09/1997
.Latest Update 12/04/2013
Phone: 9335 5806 Fax: 9336 4994
14 Kelly St, Rottnest Island 6161
Phone: 9292 5005 Fax: 9292 5024
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P&C information last updated 12/04/2013
Latest News: 28 March, 2013
Best wishes to everyone for a wonderful and safe Easter break.
Remember school is also closed on Tuesday 2 April, so enjoy that extra day!
P&C AGM is on Wednesday 4 April in Room 14
Latest News: 14 March, 2013
www.bullyingnoway.gov.au - some excellent resources for parents, students and teachers.
Latest News: 26 February, 2013
Its only Week 4 and already so much is happening in our great school. See more in our Newsletters!
Gardening club and zero food miles
The Gardening Club meets on Monday lunchtimes, 12.40 - 1.20pm
We will be planting out a range of herbs and vegetables to be used in the Canteen. As this food is grown at school, no transport costs are required hence the term- zero food miles.
All parent helpers are very welcome to come and join in the fun!
Congratulations to our Rottnest Campus for winning an acknowledgement of their wonderful PALS project.
We were granted $750 to use on a reconciliation project of our choice. We hired Lenny Thorne, an Indigenous artist, to visit the campus to assist with the design and painting of two wall murals. The students attended an education program on the Island called “Wadjemup Dreaming” as well as planting a Noongar Six Seasons garden with the Rottnest Island Authority Environmental and Education teams. During NAIDOC week, we researched about Indigenous art, culture, songs and Dreaming stories. All of our work was presented in a booklet and PowerPoint presentation.
Harmony Day at Beacy Many Stories - One Australia
Harmony Day is celebrated around Australia on 21 March each year. This year there will be two main events to celebrate Harmony Day at Beaconsfield Primary School.
Friday 22 March - Children are invited to wear their national costume for the assembly.
Thursday 28 March-Children can wear ORANGE for the Whole Day Kite Workshop and Display conducted by Michael Alvares.
Latest News: 12 February, 2013
School CHOIR is on Thursday mornings
MUSIC ROCKS AUSTRALIA is BACK!
and IT'S AVAILABLE FOR EVERYONE!
find out more at the whole school assembly in the undercover area on Friday 5 April, week 9, at 9am. read more...
We welcome Bronwyn Jones who will begin the 2013 school year as our Acting Principal
replacing Rosalba Butterworth who won a substantive promotion to Girrawheen SHS.
Bronwyn introduces herself in the 12 February Newsletter
Latest News 17 November, 2012
A Calendar of the 'Inspired By... Exhibition' is now on sale - look for Shay Chase in the undercover area before and after school. At $10 this is a great buy for your own home or as a gift.
Beacy's Got Talent @ the Fly by Night Club.
Congratulations to all concerned on a great night's entertainment!
Online Canteen Details
An A5 flyer explaining details on ordering online from
the Canteen has gone out as a hardcopy to all school
families. These details can also be accessed online at
Latest News 5 November, 2012
Art Blast 2012 is underway at the Fremantle Town Hall opening on 29 October 2012.
Open until 7.00pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Artist in Residence Sculptural Workshop is also open after school until 5.30
The Exhibition closes at 1.00pm Friday 2 November.
What a Blast was had by all who visited to check out Beacy's Owl and Pussycat Display.
Solar Eclipse - DO NOT look at the sun.
See information about the eclipse and ways that you can safely and indirectly monitor its progress
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