Harmony Day is officially tomorrow, Thursday 21 March. Ms Helen will be leading a “flash mob” style conga line onto the oval singing “Everyday People” tomorrow. She will start with one class and sing outside another classroom to get them to join in and so on. Here are the lyrics and song to practise to […]
- Kitchen Garden News - T5
What a great report from our students on our fabulous Kitchen Garden. Thank you to Geoff Mcleod and… Read More
- Coffee Available at Carnival
For your convenience, the Yahava Coffee Van will be serving coffee on the school oval during our Fac… Read More
- Kindy Harmony Day
Last Tuesday and Thursday, the Kindy classes dressed in cultural costume and orange clothes, par… Read More
- Harmony Day Hits a High Note at MRPS!
On Harmony Day last Thursday, Ms Helen led the entire student population of Margaret River Prima… Read More
- Student Leaders Elected!
CONGRATULATIONS to our recently elected student school leaders! Following the formal democrati… Read More
Editor’s Note: Last week our Year 4 students, staff and parent helpers climbed onto their bikes and set off for Bike Camp. Their overnight stay was an exciting first for many students who were very active, on and off their bikes, for the duration of the camp. Thank you to Nicholas T. from T3 for […]
No break for us over summer with the chickens to feed and clean, fish to feed, worms to feed, produce to harvest and jobs to complete while the students were away as they are simply easier to do when the garden is not in use. This included picking up 8 bales of straw from Sunflowers […]
On Wednesday the much awaited new nature playground for Years 4, 5 and 6 opened! As a staged opening, Year 4 students were invited to use the playground on Wednesday, Year 5s on Thursday and Year 6 students have it to themselves today! As you can see from these photos and video clip at the […]
Kelly Brierty is our new Deputy Principal all the way from Fitzroy Crossing Primary School where she has taught for the past eight years, including performing the role of Deputy Principal there for the last four years. As we all know, in the middle of summer, Margaret River is a far cry from Fitzroy Crossing […]