Teaching and Learning
Language - Indonesian
Indonesian - or Bahasa Indonesia as it is known by Indonesian speakers - is spoken by approximately 230 million people throughout the Indonesian archipelago. Children in Year 3 will learn to listen, respond and speak simple Indonesian.
At the core of the program, DRUMBEAT is about healthy human relationships, thus having universal application to many cultures around the world. DRUMBEAT is delivered in a variety of settings including South Hedland Primary School.
Principal: Mr Daryl Mansfield
Deputy Principal: Ms Lee Pereira
Deputy Principal: Mrs Julie Rose
Manager Corporate Services:
Mrs Janice Bentley
School Officer: Mrs Debbie Edwards
1 Weaver Place
South Hedland WA 6722
Telephone: 08 9172 7272
Our STEAM Enrichment Program runs on Fridays. STEAM stands for Science Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics. The STEAM program is for selected Year 4-6 students.
After School Learning Club
The Learning Club is a program managed by The Graham (Polly) Farmer Foundation and supported by BHP. It is aimed at providing Indigenous students in Years 1 - 6 with opportunities to be involved in a range of numeracy, literacy and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) activities in a secure and supportive environment.
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