East Narrogin Primary School is an Independent Public School and offers a comprehensive education for kindergarten to Year 6 students (from four to eleven years old). We are located in Homer Street, in the town of Narrogin, which is a progressive regional centre in the Upper Great Southern region of Western Australia, about 200km south east of Perth. Our students are drawn from within the town of Narrogin and outlying communities.
Semester 1 2016 is almost at an end and the staff and students have been highly engaged in many facets of learning from STEM projects, Paper Planes and Glider incursions, Swimming Carnivals and challenging targeted learning. In amongst all of these special events, our students and staff are constantly supporting and guiding our students to become better communicators and decoders in both Literacy and Numeracy.
Our school has a reputation for inclusivity and we celebrate that diversity within our school. Towards the end of 2015 our school was nominated and chosen as the winner at the Regional Achievement & Community Awards (Department of Regional Development) within the Regional Safety section. This was in recognition of the success of the CHAT program (Community Health Acting Together) at East Narrogin Primary School.
Our new Business Plan for 2016 to 2018 has been developed, discussed and endorsed by the School Board. It incorporates all the recommendations identified and continues programs and strategies that were commended by the review process from Term 3, 2015. Our School priorities are:
These focus areas underpin our School statement “to achieve the highest possible outcomes, social and academic, for all students in our care.”
The learning environment at East Narrogin offers variety with a split level, linear classroom design, canteen, undercover area and library almost encircling a quadrangle with raised garden beds on the east side planted with citrus trees. The Art and Craft room in on the lower level and our purpose built Early Childhood centre is now secure within quality fencing. There are a range of playing areas and an oval on which students can run and play. All classrooms have interactive whiteboards and our computer lab is well equipped and is about to have another upgrade with new devices being purchased to further enhance our students ICT skills and knowledge.
All formal classes operate on the school site and our off site classroom is offering a 0–4 program with plans to develop programs for parents and carers as identified. Breakfast Club operates in the canteen area every morning and is staffed by volunteers coordinated by our Chaplin.
We warmly welcome you to East Narrogin Primary School!
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We are taking application for kindergarten enrolments for 2020. If you know anyone wishing to enrol their child/ren at East Narrogin Primary School next year, now is the time to do so. Please call into the front office and collect an enrolment form. We will require a copy of your child/rens birth certificate and immunisation […]Read more
The students from Kindy and Pre Primary have been very lucky this week to receive a visit from our local police officers. Thank you to the Narrogin Police for taking the time answering questions and showing the students through the police car.Read more
Each year the graduating Year 6 students get the oppourtunity to attend their leadership camp. A wonderful way to spend time together making memories with their class mates and teachers in their final year at Primary School. Last week the Year 6 students travelled to Perth and got to see the many exciting sights including the Fremantle […]Read more
During Week 1 all classes attended a Literacy Centre incursion with Jenny Botje who was able to show them original illutrations used in children books and take them through the process of writing and illustrating a book. This school has a well-established tradition of inviting the Literacy Centre back each year as we value the […]Read more
The First Aid Focus program aims to train and equip students with the skills to assess and respond to first aid situations, while developing strategies to seek help for themselves or others. The Preprimary, Year 2, Year 4 and Year 6 students had the wonderful oppourtunity to learn basic first aid skills with instructors Tanya […]Read more