The aim of the Secondary Assistance Scheme (SAS) is to assist low income families with secondary schooling costs (Year 7 to Year 12). It is made up of two allowances: The Education Program Allowance (EPA) – paid directly to the school and the Clothing Allowance (CLA) – paid to the applicant or the school. For […]
It was wonderful to have volunteers from Earth Assist which is sponsored by Rio Tinto, in to the school to make worm farms, bat boxes and native bee homes with students in Years 1, 2 and 6. With a focus on looking after the local flora and fauna the children enjoyed getting involved. The next […]
On Tuesday 24 October Mrs Hayes displayed our student work and photos at the Children’s Week Expo at the Narrogin Leisure Centre. It was lovely to have our community visit our display and participate in our art and play dough activities.
Our school displayed a wide range of student work at the Narrogin Agricultural Show. Well done students and staff for the wonderful effort.
Thank you to the P&C and their great volunteers who attended the junior and senior discos. Both events attracted a high number of children and the behaviour of all the children was fantastic.
Congratulations to the interschool team and how well you all performed at the Interschool Athletics carnival. The competition was of a high standard and East Narrogin Primary School finished 2nd in the outright shield, for the second year in a row. Students performed to the best of their abilities and many won a medal with […]
We certainly had a beautiful fine day for our Years P-6 Faction Athletics Carnival held on Tuesday 19 September at Thomas Hogg Oval. It was great to see everyone working together to make our Carnival an enjoyable and successful experience. The spirit of the students was excellent and they are to be congratulated for the […]
She’s called Aunty Laycee at school – a sign of just how popular Laycee Coles is with students at East Narrogin Primary School. Laycee Coles is a finalist for WA Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer of the Year in the WA Education Awards 2017. To view the full story please visit: https://www.education.wa.edu.au/web/newsroom/-/special-aunty-for-students
Check out the School’s new quadrangle!
On Thursday 21 September at the Burswood on Swan, the Deputy Premier of Health, on behalf of SDERA, presented the school with Gold Status for our whole school CHAT health program. Well deserved everyone!