Welcome to Tuart Hill
Tuart Hill Primary School is an independent public school, enabling our community to have greater flexibility and accept higher accountability when we make decisions about curriculum, student support, staff recruitment, financial management and governance.
Tuart Hill Primary School was opened on the 25 April 1910 in the suburb of Tuart Hill, five kilometres north west of the Perth CBD. The main school buildings were constructed in the late 1940s and our most recent building opened in 2010. The school has a purpose-built kindergarten/pre-primary and library. Our school hosts the permanent Dental Clinic that is accessed by students from nearby schools. The Tuart Hill Community Kindergarten is located approximately 800 metres off-site and is closely linked to our school.
Specialist programs currently provided to students include LOTE(Spanish), Physical Education, Visual Arts, Music and Science as well as support being provided for environmental programs and Digital Technologies. Our staff are digitally literate and use interactive whiteboards, iPads, laptop and desktop computers to enhance rigorous learning and teaching programs.
The Perfect Way to celebrate the 2020 Dance Lessons! Dances called by Gavin from Humphrey’s Dance Studios – you will know all the dances. Come along, show off your skills, teach someone else the moves…. Thursday 10 November 2020 in our School Hall 4.00 – 5.15 pm -...read more
The Tuart Hill Primary School Board is calling for nominations for ONE vacant parent position. The appointment will be for a 2-year term commencing Term One 2021.
Further information about the roles and responsibilities of Board members can be found at: https://www.education.wa.edu.au/school-councils-boards.
Interested parents are invited to submit their nomination using the form attached to this eNews to me at [email protected].edu.au, thank you.
To be able to return to hosting assemblies but remain compliant with Phase Four Government restrictions, we have planned alternate assemblies. Junior Assemblies have changed to Friday afternoon, 2.20 – 2.50 pm, valuing literacy and numeracy learning. Students and teachers of Room10, Room 11, Room 12, Room 13, Room 14, Room 15 and Room 22 (163 students) attend the Junior Assemblies.
Senior assemblies remain at 8.45 – 9.15 in the morning, to avoid a clash with Senior Sport. Students and teachers of Room 3, Room 4, Room 5, Room 6, Room 7, Room 21 (162 students) attend the Senior Assemblies.read more