It seems incredible that we are in December, which commences the Nyoongar season of Birak and the end of the school year is upon us. Birak season sees the rains ease up and the warm weather really starting to take hold. The afternoons are cooled by the sea breezes that abound from the southwest. This was the fire season,
A SCHOOL RICH IN HISTORY EDUCATING SINCE 1921 WELCOMING YOU
Our school is located in the cultural region of Beeliar. The Beeliar district is bounded by the Derbal Yerrigan (Swan River). To the local Whadjuk people, Fremantle is place of ceremony, significant cultural practices, and trading. East Fremantle was known as Niegarup, the place where the pelicans meet. This is reflected in our school emblem. The Niegarup Trail is also incorporated into our logo Established in 1921, Richmond is an Independent Public School and has a rich heritage and strong connections to the community. Our school has been at the heart of the local community for over one hundred years and reflects the values of the families who make East Fremantle their home. The school provides high quality educational opportunities for over 470 students.
The school caters for over 470 students from kindergarten to year six.
The most common words parents use to describe the school are: community, friendly, caring, inclusive, quality, welcoming, nurturing, supportive, safe, excellent, positive, professional and fun.
This reflects the school’s strong pastoral care program, excellent sporting record and strong academic performance.
Please enjoy this website, which is designed to inform you generally about Richmond Primary School. Should you have a further query, please make contact with the front office on 9438 8700. There are tours of the school each month.
At Richmond we support our students to achieve their personal best in all areas whilst maintaining a strong social conscience. We value innovation, inclusion, and creativity in individuals. Our students will be enabled to be ethical, well-rounded, happy lifelong learners.
WHO WE ARE
Our Values: Ready, Respectful, Responsible
School Volunteers – Reminder School volunteers are vital to the running of programs and events at Richmond Primary School. We are very fortunate to have so many members of the community donating their time to make our school such a great place. The Working with Children (Screen) Act 2004 was designed to ensure the safety
Crazy Hair Day is a fun event, which has been embraced by the students and staff today and will raise money for Save the Children. All the community are horrified about the events being played out in the Middle East and the loss of innocent lives on both sides of the conflict, which includes children. We are blessed