School Information

Policies and Procedures

Attendance

Alinjarra Primary School uses an SMS Communication Service to communicate unexplained absences to parent/guardians’ mobile phones. It is a legal requirement that parents contact the school regarding any student absences or reasons for lateness. This can be done via a phone call, in writing, or by sending a sms to 0409 682921 with child’s name/reason/date. Unexplained absences are followed up. 

Code of Conduct

Our School and Classroom Rules are based upon the following four Rights, shared by all:

1. Everyone has the right to teach and learn without interruption
2. Everyone has the right to be treated courteously and respectfully
3. We have the right to a clean and safe environment
4. We have the right to have our property respected by others

Download a copy of the Code of Conduct

Good Standing Guidelines

Alinjarra Primary School has instigated ‘Good Standing Guidelines’ which govern students’ code of conduct and behavioural responsibilities. The Good Standing Guidelines provides a framework designed to assist staff to help students to achieve pride, respect and consideration for school, self and others. Those students who endeavour to follow school and classroom rules receive the right to participate in a whole school reward each term, as well as extra-curricular activities such as school discos. ‘Good Standing’ is a restorative programme which provides the student with a process whereby they are able to recover any ground which may have been lost over the school term. All students commence the school year with Good Standing status and are trying to maintain a consistency of standards throughout the year.

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Curriculum

Alinjarra Primary School offers an inclusive and balanced curriculum that provides students with the support and rigour required for successful citizenship in both the school and wider community. The Phase 1 Australian Curriculum learning areas of Maths, English, History and Science have now been fully implemented and teachers will continue to refine programs in these learning areas to accommodate diversity and students needs as evident from school and classroom data. The school will continue to transition to other phases of the Australian Curriculum in accordance with the timelines determined by the West Australian School Curriculum and Standards Authority.