The school chaplain is Christell Lotriet. Christell is available on Tuesday and Thursdays to offer assistance to students and parents. You can also leave a note in her letter box located in the library and she will get back to you.
School Health Nurse
The school health nurse visits the school regularly. If you wish to discuss your child’s health with the school nurse please contact the Kwinana Community Health Department on 9419 2266.
The Library is cared for by our Library Officer Miss Emma Pitchford and is the hub of our school. A small Breakfast Club is run during the half hour before school for students who have not had access to breakfast. Students are encouraged to borrow books and families have access to the Library System to monitor books being loaned or enquire about availability of books. Find out more about the library.
Story Time is presented by Mrs Tracey Hall. Tracey is one of our Early Childhood Specialists from Rainbow block whose motivation is to introduce a love of literature and books for her young audience. She does this with song and movement and the children (aged between 0-4) are encouraged to participate. All children and welcome to borrow books to foster an early love of reading. It is also a wonderful opportunity for parents and community members to meet others with very young children. After story Time the school café is open for those who would like to enjoy a cuppa!
Supa Club (Scripture Union Primary Age)
Supa club is held in the Blue Block wet area on Wednesdays after school between 3.00pm and 4.00pm. Children meet and learn Christian based teachings that are age appropriate. If you would like your child to attend, please complete the form in the office and give to your child at their first attendance. Parents are responsible to make arrangements for their children to travel home.
Runners club is a sports activity for students who would like to increase their fitness and participate. It commences at 8.00am. All students are welcome.
Please check with school for confirmation on dates and times.
Singleton Primary has a school banking program through the Commonwealth bank, held in the library each week. Contact the reception for days and time. With every deposit made the CBA will give our school a commission and at the same time will teach our children to save money.
To open an account, take your driver’s licence and your child’s birth certificate and ask to open a Youth Saver account. Your child will be able to start banking the following Thursday.
Mini Minors is a community based program for children from 0-4 years of age. Held in the Early Childhood playground (Rainbow Block) Parents and Carer’s are encouraged to come along for their little ones to enjoy playing and meet other families. All are welcome. Commences week 3.