Early childhood unit
The early years of schooling have a special place in the education of a young child and form a distinct and important phase of a child’s school life. Providing children with an appropriate start to these crucial early years is essential for successful schooling and long life learning. [read more…]
Health and physical fitness
Yuluma Primary School is working hard to encourage students to consider their health and physical fitness. The school promotes sun smart principles by wearing a bucket hat or wide brim hat for any outdoor activity. Physical Education classes are given to all students daily. [read more…]
Japanese and Asia literacy
Yuluma Primary School is involved in a federal initiative for Asia literacy and is an Access Asia school. The school engages with Asia using online and virtual environments. Students are given increased opportunities to use their learnt skills in real life situations. [read more…]
Music and instrumental music
We have a vibrant and active music program. Opportunities are provided throughout each year for children to participate in performances within the school and in the wider community. [read more…]
Yuluma Netball Club was established in 2005 by 3 parents of year 4 girls who got together to coach and enter a team into the Perth Netball Association Saturday Netball Competition at Matthews Netball Centre in Wembley. [read more…]
We have an ever growing Sustainability program. We are very focused on our students learning how to have a more sustainable approach to their lives. Our sustainability program consists of a Vegetable Garden, School Recycling Facility and a Community Food Garden. [read more…]
There is an established Visual Arts Program that allows students from Year 1 to 7 to develop their skills, ideas, understanding and appreciation of a range of Visual Arts. [read more…]
Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline
The School Curriculum and Standards Authority is responsible for Kindergarten to Year 12 curriculum, assessment, standards and reporting for all Western Australian Schools.
It sets out the mandated curriculum, guiding principles for teaching, learning and assessment and support for teachers in their assessment and reporting of student achievement.