Curtin News - Together we can make a difference


Mon 18 July Term 3 begins

Mon 18 July Rugby WA clinic – PP to Yr6

Tues 7 July Year 5/6 camp commences

Wed 3 August Asssembly – Preprimary to run

Mon 22 August Pupil free day

Wed 24 August Bookweek parade


NAIDOC presentation


On Wednesday our students acknowledged NAIDOC Week (commencing Sunday July 3) with a whole school presentation. We reflected upon our responsibility to care for the environment with a knowledge and respect for country as is the way in Aboriginal culture.

We all continue to develop our Kaartdijin or knowledge of sustainability and connection to country that will help us all to become respectful caretakers for the natural environment (boodja). 

Thank you to everyone who attended and viewed the children’s “Birds of Whadjuk” display.

Student reports

Student reports are now available. Parents can access their child’s semester 1 report via ‘Connect’. You can find a guide to accessing student reports here.

Term 3 Planner

Our term three planner is now available to download.

Kindy days – semester two

Starting next term we will see our youngest students attending our school 3 days a week (Monday – Wednesday). We are looking forward to seeing their beautiful, big smiles even more often next term.

On track Tuesdays – fitness and running with Mr Henderson

“On the Track” Tuesday with Mr Henderson will resume on Tuesday 19th of July at 8.20am sharp. Those students wishing to participate must come wearing joggers, bring a water bottle and be prepared to run!

Ellie’s Biggest Morning Tea

Curtin Primary is a connected, caring community. Together, we build a strong sense of belonging with all our families, students and staff.

This has certainly been clearly evident with the huge support that was shown towards our year 5 student, Ellie, with her recent Biggest Morning Tea for Cancer (her initiative to raise funds for Cancer research). The event was a huge success and we would like to thank you all for supporting Ellie.

Below is a message from Ellie .

Hello everybody, just to let you know we went way past my goal of $300 for The Biggest Morning Tea!  It was a great hit! We raised $1356.20!!  So, I would like to say a huge thank you to every one of you who took part in my Cancer Council Biggest Morning Tea!

I say thankyou to you all for the amazing effort you put into helping me reach my goal to raise money for research, prevention and support programs for those affected by cancer.

Thanks to you all, Ellie😊

Congratulations Ellie!

Interschool AFL & netball carnival

Last Friday our students represented Curtin Primary at the interschool AFL/ Netball carnival held at Manning Primary. There were some very tired bodies at the end of the day with our students giving it their all. We were once again very proud of the way our students conducted themselves, displayed fantastic sportsmanship and supported their teammates throughout the entire day.

We commend the five boys for embracing being part of a combined AFL team as well as applaud the efforts of our Netballers. We saw many of our students having a go at a different sport for the first time, well done! 

Thank you to staff and Mrs Watts for their assistance with teams on the day and to all of our parents and grandparents who came and cheered our students on.

Final results:

Netball A – 5th

Netball B – 5th

AFL – 5th

Uniforms and faction sports shirts

Faction shirts are available from the uniform shop. 

Uniform Shop is open Wednesday mornings before school and Thursday afternoons after school.  If you require items outside these times please call the school on 6455 8050 or email  to arrange.

Enrolments for 2023 are now open

Children born between 1 July 2018 and 30 June 2019 can apply to attend Kindy in 2023 – please let your friends, family and neighbours know to get their forms in early. Application forms are available from the front office


The challenge is on as to which class can do the best job at diverting waste from landfill. Be sure to bring in your recyclables listed below to contribute to our sustainability efforts and help your child’s class win the shield of responsibility.

Our sustainability leaders would like to remind families that our classes are collecting the following items. Also please follow the link to read about single use plastics.   Batteries   –   Bread Clips   –   Plastic Lids   –   Toothbrushes – Toothpaste Tubes  – Old Pens  


Please make sure when making electronic payments to the school you include your child’s name as the reference. Without this we cannot track or allocated payments.


Parents / Guardians need to have access to Connect to receive school communications from the Principal, classroom teacher and office. Information and Connect Help Cards can be found on our school website If you need assistance with your account please contact the office on 6455 8050.

Containers for Change

Collection bins are located outside of the early childhood area. Please remember to remove lids from containers (and recycle separately). There are two bins, one for glass only and the other for cans (please don’t crush) and plastic bottles. We appreciate your support.