Message from the principal
We welcome you to our school because we want you to feel a part of our school. Yuluma has a long history of successful educational achievement across a broad range of students and families. You could be the next person at our school to help fly our flag. [read more…]
About Yuluma Primary School
Yuluma Primary School evolved through the Local Area Education Planning (LAEP) process when the Birralee Primary School closed at the end of 1996 and amalgamated with North Innaloo Primary School in new buildings on the North Innaloo site in Ambrose Street. [read more…]
Teachers and staff
All teaching and non-teaching staff in Yuluma Primary School. [read more…]
Annual reports and school policies
Annual reports and school policies including homework policy and dress codes. [read more…]
Local intake area
All questions regarding the school local intake area are to be directed to the school.
The following defines the local-intake area of this school: Yuluma Primary School (Western Australia Government Gazette No. 16, 31 January 1997)
Boundary for Yuluma Primary School
From the junction of Karrinyup Road and Huntriss Road, south along Huntriss Road to Sackville Terrace, west along Sackville Terrace to Holbeck Street, south along Holbeck Street to Scarborough Beach Road, in a general easterly direction along Scarborough Beach Road to the proposed extension of Stephenson Avenue, north along the proposed alignment of Stephenson Avenue and its extension to the Mitchell Freeway, north along the Mitchell Freeway to Karrinyup Road and west along Karrinyup Road to Huntriss Road.
The boundary parts of Scarborough Beach Road (north side), the proposed Stephenson Avenue (west side), the Mitchell Freeway (west side) and Karrinyup Road (south side) are included within the area for Yuluma Primary School, while the boundary parts of Huntriss Road (both sides), Sackville Terrace (both sides) and Holbeck Street (both sides) are excluded from the area for Yuluma Primary School.
Note: The local-intake area maps are based on a written description of the local-intake area (LIA) for the school as published in the WA Government Gazette. Although the map closely represents the LIA description, for some houses near the boundary (especially on street corners), it may be necessary to refer to the written description. The street address of a residence is used to determine whether that dwelling is inside a particular LIA. While local-intake areas for most schools do not change from year to year, changes may be made to local-intake areas as required. Such changes are published in the WA Government Gazette and subsequently the local-intake area map will be updated.