18 November 2017

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. Because of this, the new school is situated in a park-like setting with many mature shade trees and grassed areas complemented by paved walkways and gardens.

The school was renamed Yuluma Primary School to reflect Aboriginal heritage in the area and was officially opened on 22 October 1997.

The catchment area for the school is the suburb of Innaloo, which has a strong community base.

The school has an experienced staffing profile that has embraced a professional learning environment. The staff profile consists of Principal, Deputy Principal and teaching staff including part time and full time personnel. Non-teaching staff, including a registrar, school and library officers, teacher assistants and gardener provide support to the teaching staff.

The School Board consists of the Principal and elected representatives – from the school staff and from the community, and an active P&C Association supporting the school and its programs.  Meetings are held each term and items for discussion can be forwarded via the principal.

The school is well resourced. Internet access is available to all users with an agreed code of conduct for usage. It works well with the integrated and interrelated approach to learning.

Yuluma Primary School  includes Kindergarten, Pre-Primary, and Years 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 and has Specialist support provided through Music, Visual Arts and a Japanese Language programme. Music has a strong focus within the school including access to brass, clarinet and guitar tuition through teachers from the School of Instrumental Music.

The school employs a School Chaplain to support its commitment to the pastoral care of the school community.  Whole-school approaches are integrated across the student leadership, peer support and behaviour management programs.

A strong emphasis on virtues is complemented by promoting postive behaviours and the development of individual care, respect and responsibility.

Learning and Growing at Yuluma

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