It’s hard to believe we’re almost at the end of term 2. Week 9 has been a very busy and exciting week for Richmond Primary students and their families with Cross Country, Edu Dance and Richmond’s Got Talent auditions. Cross Country The weather, competition and atmosphere made for a great cross country on Tuesday. I
A SCHOOL RICH IN HISTORY EDUCATING SINCE 1921 WELCOMING YOU
Richmond Primary School is a Department of Education Independent Public School in East Fremantle, Western Australia. The school has a rich heritage and strong traditions and celebrated its 100th year earlier this year with a huge community fair; tour through the decades with classroom displays; and reunions that attracted hundreds of current and former students.
The school caters for over 430 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.
Our aim is to provide the appropriate supports and inputs to ensure that all children reach their potential, regardless of their starting point, and to foster in each child a sense of BELONGING, BEING and BECOMING.
This means belonging to the Richmond Primary School community and feeling valued; being self-aware, empathetic, resilient and capable; and becoming the best version of themselves, academically, socially, physically and emotionally.
WHO WE ARE
Tour of our beautiful school
To view the current tour dates and to book a tour visit our enrolment section for more information. Find out more>
Choosing the right primary school for your child is an important decision. Our administrative team are here to help you with your application to join Richmond Primary School. Find out more>
Message from Mr Mackesey I had the pleasure of visiting Rm 8 to take a look at the Year 2 HASS Museum. A lovely reminder of the past in the present was on display. The scary aspect is that I can still remember some of the technology being cutting edge! Exhibit A. Cross Country Our
Safety Message – WA Police re: Crossing on Canning H’way near Windsor Rd Please be advised: Only one warden will be available until further notice. No crossing guard will be in attendance on Friday 17 June. Please take appropriate action and be vigilant whilst crossing without a warden present. Cross Country Communications will be sent