Wilcats Visit Noranda Primary
On 16 May the Interschool Basketball squad were treated to a clinic from two members of the Perth Wildcats. Greg Hire and Clint Steindl were here to show us just how it’s done and to have fun as well! The students also received a souvenir bag. We’re sure the session will help us in our remaining games.
Noranda Students on Show
Several of our year 5 and 6 students have featured in the Ed! Section of the West Australian newspaper. The students were asked to respond to two questions: What is your favourite scary novel? or; What message would you give to world leaders today?
I wonder if there is a budding journalist among them!
Red Faction Victorious after 17 Years
Our annual faction carnival took place on Friday 31st of August. A fantastic day was had by all. Congratulations to Red Faction who won after a 17 year drought. The final points were Red 704, Blue 696, Gold 452 and Green 400.
We now have the task of organising our teams for interschool athletics events. Good luck to the students who will be trying out for interschool team game events.
Congratulations to our year group champions and runners-up who are listed below.
|Year Level||Champion Boy||Runner-up Boy||Champion Girl||Runner-up Girl|
|Year 3||Oska Kawabata
|Lucas Jones||Lily Jovich||Isabella Lakay|
|Year 4||Darnell Hampstead||Cooper Shafizadeh||Aoibhe Bohan
|Year 5||Justin Russell||Noah Phillips
|Bridgette Lavelle||Kylee Huynh|
|Year 6||Joshua Smith||Finn Hendry||Rebekah Lakay||Soraya Robinson|
Nationally Consistent Collection of Data for School Students with Disability
From the Principal
Our school is part of a national project about students with disability and/or learning difficulties.
We have been asked to provide data about the number and learning needs of children at our school. The name of the school and the name of the students will not be reported. Information about the different types of needs and the programs and resources the school uses to overcome barriers and support children with special educational needs will be collected.
We believe it is important to contribute to this because it will help Governments and the Department develop better policies that acknowledge the level of resources needed in schools to meet the needs of all students in Western Australia.
If you would like to learn more about the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data for School Students with Disability you can visit this website: