Kalamunda Primary School

32 Heath Road Kalamunda 6076

(08) 9257 4700

kalamunda.ps@education.wa.edu.au

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Parent Information

School Hours

 

  • 8.30 am        Classes Open

  • 8.45 am        Lessons commence

  • 10.30 am      Morning recess

  • 10.50 am      Lessons recommence

  • 12.20 pm      Lunch

  • 1.00 pm        Lessons recommence

  • 3.00 pm        School finishes

On Wednesday students finish at 2.30pm to enable staff to engage in collaborative planning and meetings.

Voluntary Contributions

The Department of Education allows the Principal to establish funds from parent contributions for school facilities.  These contributions are authorised by the School Council.  In addition our Parent and Citizens’ Association asks for a voluntary contribution from each family as part of their fundraising for the year.  These are published in Term 4 ready for the following year.

Other Charges

 

Kalamunda Primary offers enrichment activities such as whole school incursions and class excursions during the year to support and enhance your child’s learning.  Should any payment difficulties arise flexible payment options can be easily arranged with the office staff.

Student Requirements

 

Personal Items Booklists will be distributed near the end of each year. Parents can order the list online via Campion Education or from the supplier of their choice. 

Campion Education Online Order

Student Requirements PDF:

Pre Primary

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Newsletters & Announcements

 

Newsletters informing parents of coming events, activities, policies and general information are issued on the Skoolbag App and via email every Wednesday. Annoucements and reminders are also released via the Skoolbag app, via email, Connect and occasionally via text.

Assemblies

 

Parent assemblies are generally held every second Friday at 8.50am in the school hall, watch the school newsletter for exact dates.  Parents and friends are welcome to attend all assemblies.  This is a time for public recognition of achievement and for classes to display aspects of curriculum through assembly items. Between parent assemblies student pastoral care assemblies are held. 

Student Medical Information

 

It is essential for your child’s protection and ours, that we are fully aware of necessary treatment and medication requirements. Please ensure that all medical information is current and up to date. Where severe medical conditions or allergic reactions exist, we ask that parents complete Health Care forms available from the school office as soon as possible.  

 

When it is necessary to administer any type of medication at school, parents must complete the relevant documentation available from reception.

School Psychologist & Community

Health Nurse

 

The Community Health Nurse will carry out checks on students such as routine screening for vision and hearing.  This is done for all students in early childhood.  This school has the services of a School Psychologist who visits the school on a weekly basis to help with issues that impact a child’s learning. Enquiries can be made via the Administration team. 

Dental Therapy

 

The WA Department of Health operates a Dental Therapy Centre on the school site.  It is staffed by a Dental Therapist and a Dental Nurse and has a consulting Dentist. Please contact the Dental Therapy Centre directly on 9293 2801