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Primary School

Catering for students from Kindergarten to Year 6, the Primary School provides a welcoming, stimulating and twenty first century environment designed to engage the curious minds of children.
We aim to model Gospel values through our actions and our words, thus promoting the holistic and optimal development of each child.


Our core values of Peace and Hope,
Learning, Faith and Love are modeled
through the way we

  • Show kindness and respect to ourselves.
  • Show kindness and respect to others.
  • Show kindness and respect to our school community.
  • Show kindness and respect to our environment.


The Primary School curriculum is presented using a collaborative and integrated approach to learning, where continuous learning and success for each child is the focus. As we are a K–12 College, all students have equal access to exceptional architecturally designed educational facilities that are state-of-the-art, dynamic, interactive and user-friendly across the campus such facilities include:

  • Library
  • Gymnasium
  • Lecture Theatre
  • Oval
  • Basketball Courts
  • Technology Team
  • Music
  • Drama Center

At Mandurah Catholic College for Pre-Primary to Year 6, there is a firm commitment to providing a positive learning environment, both engaging and challenging, a place where children are encouraged to become successful life-long learners. Communication with parents is crucial and welcomed at all times, enabling a partnership between parents, teachers and students to strive for the same goals for the child.

Mandurah Catholic College’s Kindergarten has been designed to be dynamic, hands-on and most importantly, educationally fun. Through exploration and experiences, students acquire self-confidence and a love of learning. The staff plan play-based learning activities, which are embedded with intentional teacher focus utilising the Early Years Framework. The Kindergarten operates for 4 days per week.

Digital technology is a focus in our Year 5 and 6 classrooms with a parent funded digital learning device program. This enables our students to become true twenty-first century learners in our twenty first century world.

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