Singleton Primary School brings this ethos to life. Established in 1996 to serve the southern metropolitan coastal communities of Madora Bay, Singleton, Golden Bay and semi rural Karnup, it is now an independent public school recognised for its commitment to equity and inclusivity. Singleton is a “village school” in every sense, with the school’s ethos of “equity, enterprise and endeavour” central to the notion of collective community responsibility for child development. The Singleton village serves as an extended family where children are schooled in an environment of mutual respect and community mindedness.
Our school is a motivating, dynamic learning community preparing students for the future by engaging them today.
At Singleton we develop in our students:
- A desire to learn and to maximise their opportunities
- A social and environmental conscience associated with being a good citizen
- The capacity to achieve their full potential in all ways – academic, social, physical, emotional and creative.
Thursday 5th May is '000' Hero Dress Up Day where students can dress up as their favourite 'triple zero hero' (police, fire, ambulance)
A gold coin donation will go to Mrs Kelly-Wilson who... Read More »
The Easter bonnets at this mornings parade were quite simply fantastic. You could see the time and effort that had gone into so many of the beautiful and colourful hats.Thank you to all the... Read More »
Caltex, The West Austrailian and Channel 7 are giving West Australian schools the chance to win a share of $20 000 to help buy the things we need that make learning that much more fun. Collect... Read More »
Some students were photographed several weeks ago by Kapture photography for promotional use. If you would like to see if your child was photographed and would like to purchase the photos, please... Read More »