Romaine Park Primary School is situated in the leafy parklands, just below Parklands High School and close to Romaine Reserve. Our school has been at this site since 2011. Our buildings are modern and inviting and we are surrounded by beautiful grounds. In the last two years, we have made some major changes to our playground to include swings, slides, climbing walls and a more natural outlook. We offer classes the opportunity to plant their own gardens in the school garden and have a lovely Aboriginal garden that is newly established with bush tucker plants and used as an outdoor educational resource.
We have dedicated play areas for our youngest students in Kindergarten and two other areas for our Early Childhood and Primary students.
Our classrooms are designed to support student learning, with some of our rooms being designed to be opened up to create larger learning spaces.
Health and Physical Education (PE)
All students K-6 participate in the following:
- Weekly PE lessons.
- Class daily PE sessions.
- Athletics carnival that leads to students being selected to participate in the NWSSSA Twilight Carnival.
- Water Awareness program
Our school also has Nurse Merrie Lewis who offers a range of health programs.
All students K-6 have weekly music lessons.
Our STRINGS program encourages student to learn violin,
Children from grades 3-6 can audition for the Emusicians. Information can be found here Emusicians – EMUsicians – Primary School Band
Launching into Learning (
Each term a flyer is available to show session times and programs on offer.
Romaine Park Primary School Association and Parent Community Group
When your child attends Romaine Park Primary you become a welcomed part of our school community. Our school association is made up of the principal, parent representatives and staff representatives and meets approximately 6 times a year. Meetings are held on a Monday and are at 4:30 pm in the school boardroom.
Our 2019 representatives are Rose Egan, Bill Jongschaap, Andrew Turner, Malinda Norton, Megan Knobben, Jan Cairns, Aleta Radford, Leanne Steers, Emily Pearce and Lucy Taylor
Our Parent and Community sub-committee group is our main fundraising group.
You can be involved as much or as little as you can manage. You may choose to attend our meetings, join our Parent and Community Group, be on a volunteer list or receive information about events and our minutes through your email.
- aims to provide a forum to promote communication and co-operation between the school and the community
- ensures that the school best meets the educational needs of all students
- assists in providing funding for additional resources for our students through fundraising activities
Each year our Grade sixes are given the opportunity to become Leaders in the school. They can nominate for the following:
- School Leaders
- Senior Leaders
- Sports Leaders
- Library Leaders
Part of their duties is to support and act as role models for younger students; plan, organise and run fundraising activities; assist in school wide activities; encouraging reading and provide regular reading activities.
Students who nominate for these roles are encouraged to write and present speeches then an election is held.
Throughout the year, students in other grades are given leadership opportunities within their classes.
The Learning Centre
The learning centre is a dedicated space for eligible children with Autism Spectrum Disorder accessible to students in grades 3-6. The program helps ensure students reach their learning potential and independence while improving social skills and developing self-regulatory abilities. Please contact the school for placement and eligibility information.
Out of School Hours Care
We have two outside providers, Discovery Early Learning Centre and SPRAOI, offering after-school care for Romaine Park Primary School. Children are picked up and transported to these child care facilities by the provider. Teachers supervise children until they arrive.