St Columba's Catholic Primary School

Kindergarten - Year 6
South Perth, Western Australia

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St. Columba’s Catholic Primary School is committed to the total development of the whole child in a nurturing family community, revealing Jesus Christ.

30 York Street (cnr Forrest Street)
PO Box 8307
South Perth WA 6151
(08) 6436 9500

Specialist Programmes on offer
at St Columba’s

  • Extension/Enrichment Programme
  • Learning Support Programme
  • MultiLit, MiniLit, InitiaLit, PreLit and MacqLit Programmes
  • Robotics
  • 1-1 iPads (Yr 4-7)
  • Computer Coding
  • Whole School Music Programme
  • Instrumental Music Lessons
  • Tennis Coaching
  • Edudance
  • Kids n Sport
  • Running Club

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Kiss and Drive

Most parents have been driving through Kiss and Drive correctly, however, we are becoming concerned about the bank up of traffic on Forrest Street as parents start to form a queue to enter Kiss and Drive well before the end of the school day.
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School Photo Day

The Photo Hendricks School Photo Day is next Monday 27 March. All children in Years 1 to 6 are required to wear their full summer uniform.
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Parent/Teacher Interviews

Parent/Teacher interviews will be conducted by teachers starting on Wednesday 29 March and concluding Thursday 6 April.
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Important Dates

Saturday 25 March

  • Annunciation of the Lord

Monday 27 March

  • School Photo Day

Wednesday 29 March

  • Parent Teacher Interviews Commence

Friday 31 March

  • Year 3 Assembly


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We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands we are on. We acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal people to country. We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting/attending from other areas.