Establish in 1963, East Narrogin Primary School is located in the progressive regional centre of Narrogin in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia about 200km south-east of Perth. The school is located on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk Noongar people. The name Narrogin is derived from the Noongar word Gnarojin which mean place of water. Our school provides primary education for Kindergarten to Year 6 students drawn from within the town and outlying areas. We provide a safe, inclusive learning environment with a focus on the wellbeing of each child. The Chaplain and the AIEO are an integral part of our school community, working to strengthen links between families, the local community and the school. In recent years our staff have been recognised through the WA Education Awards for the care and support shown to students. We provide specialist programs in Music, Visual Arts, Library, Indonesian and Physical Education to enhance our curriculum offerings. East Narrogin PS is well resources with a large undercover area, art and craft room, computer laboratory and purpose build Early Childhood Centre catering to our Kindy and Pre-Primary students.
The School enjoys the support of an active Parents and Citizens’ Association (P&C) and an effective School Board. The school recognises and values our positive working relationship with the wider school community. Our diverse student population represents families from across the globe, including, South Africa, the Philippines, Netherlands and India. Our canteen is managed by the P&C, offering healthy lunches, whilst our pastoral care staff provide students with a nutritious start to the day through Breakfast Club each morning. Amity Health operates a community playgroup within the school grounds, supporting parents with the transition from home to school. Parenting workshops are also offered throughout the year from our Community Centre.
Our school is focused on ensuring all students, regardless of ability or style of learning, are provided with the opportunity to reach their full potential in a positive, supportive and engaging learning environment. We foster individual student interests, encourage active participation in the learning process, and provide opportunities for students to apply knowledge and skills to real life experiences and challenges. At East Narrogin PS we maintain high expectations of our staff and students, recognising that high quality teaching positively impacts students learning outcomes. We celebrate good behaviour, challenge students academically and provide opportunities for children to be leaders in their classroom, school and in the community.
East Narrogin Primary School welcomes the opportunity to share our school and our achievements with parents, carers and visitors to the school.
P&C Day WA was started in 2019 as a day for the school communities to give thanks to their P&C for all their hard work and contributions. At East Narrogin Primary School we are grateful for all the work and effort that our dedicated P&C do to help our school. Our P&C contribute their time […]Read more
At the end of Term 2, East Narrogin participated in the annual Winter Lightning Carnival along with students from Williams, St Matthew’s, Narrogin Primary, Wandering, Wickepin and Yealering. The day was a great experience for all involved and the students participated with enthusiasm and great sportsmanship. Thank you to the staff and families that supported […]Read more
Thank you to our wonderful school community for supporting our bread bag collection. The collection process has now closed and the next step is to see how many points we have accumulated. Once this process has been completed we will share the details in the newsletter. Information will be shared in the coming days on […]Read more
Welcome to Term 3 at East Narrogin Primary School. We hope all parents, carers and students have had a restful and enjoyable holiday and are ready for the busy and exciting term ahead. Our Term Planner will be issued this week to families. Already we have dates planned for in-school incursions, the Year 6 Camp, Book […]Read more