Mon Oct 12 – First day of Term 4

Mon Nov 23  – School Development Day                                           (Students do not attend)

Artwork by Alice Davidson – Year 2

Artwork W10 T3

End of Term 3

Message from the Principal

Many thanks to all our families for helping us get through another term in this difficult time.  It was lovely to see everyone back in the school this past week.  Until we get further direction from our Government, which I believe will be announced on 24 October, current procedures at Curtin Primary will remain.

 I wish you all a very happy and safe holiday.  I’m looking forward to next term as I’m hoping that we will be able to catch up with some of the great events we have had to abandon due to COVID restrictions.

School Swimming Lessons

School Swimming will be held during Weeks 5 and 6. Swimming notes will be coming home next term, to be completed and returned with a $60 payment per child.

 HOCKEY – Expression of Interest

Curtin University Hockey Club (CUHC) is keen to run an eight week beginner hockey program consisting of 8 x 1 hour sessions, which will be held once a week on a Thursday 2:45 – 3:45pm in term 4, on school grounds. CUHC provides all coaching and equipment including hockey balls, cones and hockey sticks.

The cost of the program is $80.00 per child. This includes a complementary stick pack (including stick, ball, shin pads and T-shirt) for students registering for the first time.

Please note this is a community run program and will not have school staff supervising.

If keen to participate, please email Sheree at 

Containers for Change

As of the 1st of October our school will become a Containers for Change collection point. From Term 4, week 1, bins will be kept within the school grounds near the side gate entry for all eligible containers. To help our fundraising please check which containers are able to be returned and recycled. We will receive 10c for each recycled container.

Please visit  to find out more.

Messages from your P&C

Fundraising Update

We are pleased to report that we raised approximately $1200 over sports carnival week from our cake and coffee stall, sausage sizzle and raffle. What a great effort from a fantastic school community. Thank you to everyone who donated cakes, volunteered their time, bought lunch, cake, coffee and raffle tickets.

A further $400 has been raised through the sale of greeting cards based on student artwork. It is lovely to see many of these cards sold to members of our wider community who are really loving the designs.