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.
One more sleep until Maggie Dent presents at Singleton Primary school. Join us for an evening with Maggie who will be discussing Real Kids in an Unreal World frpm 6.30 - 8.30pm. Tickets at the... Read More »
Real Kids in an Unreal WorldChildren need to have certain basic experiences to build the competencies that will help them manage life — the good, the bad and the ugly. Popular Australian... Read More »
Join us for the ninth installment of our 2016 Parent Education Series, 'Parenting Adolescents with ADHD' presented by Complex Attention and Hyperactivity Disorders Service (CAHDS).
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Castaway's recycled sculpture competition and exhibition is on at Rockingham Foreshore until the end of next weekend. Our students have been hard at work creating a numbat, our West Australian... Read More »
It can be distressing for parents to find out their child is being bullied or bullying others. New communication technologies mean bullying is appearing in new formats and places. This one session... Read More »