Welcome To Ashdale Primary School

2005

Established In

K-6 

Primary School

121

TEACHERS AND STAFF

898

STUDENTS ENROLLED

Welcome To Ashdale Primary School 

Ashdale Primary is in the North Metro Education Region. It is located in the suburb of Darch. We are an Independent Government School which caters for students from Kindergarten to Year 6. Ashdale Primary School strives to be a 'school of excellence'. We recognise the need to foster the whole child and to create a safe, nurturing learning environment. 

Ashdale Primary forms part of a local cluster of Independent Public Schools which include Landsdale PS, Madeley PS, Carnaby Rise PS and Ashdale Secondary College. The Ashdale cluster of schools are establishing strong connections in many integrated areas of teaching and learning. Students attending Ashdale Primary will continue their secondary education at Ashdale Secondary College which is situated adjacent to the primary school.

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Ashdale Primary School

We are an Independent Government School which caters for students from Kindergarten to Year 6. Ashdale Primary School strives to be a 'school of excellence'. We recognise the need to foster the whole child and to create a safe, nurturing learning environment. 

At our school, highly skilled and experienced teachers work together to focus on maximising the learning outcomes for all children. Our staff members are constantly investigating ways to improve teaching and learning programmes through research, data analysis and professional learning. We have developed whole school, evidence based approaches to teaching to ensure that all students achieve to the best of their ability. Teachers recognise the important contributions that parents make to support each child's learning journey and work alongside families to best meet the needs of every child. Ashdale Primary School recognises that children are individuals with differing strengths and needs. Our staff identify and assist children who would benefit from extension and remediation. As part of our commitment to catering for the needs of all children we also offer a specialised Literacy Intervention Programme for students who require additional support. This ensures that all children feel confident, challenged and successful.

In addition to our effective curriculum based programmes, we have developed a whole school PERCS Values Programme. This explicitly teaches children about qualities such as perseverance, excellence, respect, cooperation and self-discipline, acknowledging when children demonstrate these traits in the classroom and playground. 

Ashdale Primary School opened in 2005 and as a result has modern, technology embedded facilities. Classrooms are equipped with interactive whiteboards and the school is well resourced with iPads and laptops for student use. Students from Year 4 upwards participate in the iPad 1:1 programme which provides them with the opportunity to use this technology seamlessly across learning areas. 

Children who attend Ashdale Primary School benefit from the expertise of specialist teachers in the areas of Music, Science, Visual Arts, LOTE (Italian) and Physical Education. Throughout the year there are a variety of opportunities to participate in sporting and musical/performance events with other local schools. A central hub of our school is our vibrant and expansive library which promotes reading for enjoyment and inquiry.

Our expansive nature playgrounds have been designed in collaboration with leading experts to create further opportunities for children to learn and play in inspiring outdoor environments. In addition, our community garden enables the children to participate in art, nature and science based learning experiences in collaboration with parents and community members.

Ashdale Primary School has students from a diverse range of backgrounds and this has created a culturally rich school community. Teachers embrace opportunities to incorporate aspects of culture into classroom activities, making links to our children's home lives. All students are encouraged to share and be proud of their heritage through whole school events such as our annual Harmony Day celebrations where we showcase our community's diversity through multicultural performances.