Our Values | Our School

Our Values

RESPECT | I treat myself, others and the environment with respect.

RESPONSIBILITY | I am responsible for my words and actions and choose to do the right thing.

RESILIENCE | I have the resilience to overcome challenges, in a positive way.

What Matters to Us

  • Knowing our people
  • A balanced approach to learning and wellbeing
  • Genuine partnerships with our families and community
  • Professional growth

Our Behavioural Expectations – Safe Kind Fair 

Our School

City Beach Primary School is a vibrant, dynamic and inclusive community of learners, steeped in cultural diversity.  Established in 1958, we have a rich history and traditions that span over 60 years. Our community serves approximately 200 students from Kindergarten to Year 6 and their families. We are committed to encouraging and supporting our students to be: curious and creative individuals; balanced in their approach to learning and wellbeing; committed to sustainable practices; and positive contributors to our world.

We believe in the importance of knowing our people: students, staff, families and our local community.  Knowing each child, how they learn, where they are in their learning and what they need to succeed to exceed their potential. This is what matters to us and drives our improvement focus.

The school population is an inclusive multicultural blend with a number of families making City Beach their school of choice when moving from overseas. Since 2018 the Japanese School in Perth have shared our campus; the two schools take advantage facilities and rich opportunities for cultural exchange over the year. Although the two schools operate independently, all students benefit from this unique setting.

Students enjoy open spaces, expansive ovals, courts, nature play areas and playgrounds. Facilities include: a purpose built Library; Early Childhood Centre; Undercover Assembly Area; a purpose built Science Lab, and Arts Centre; together with contemporary classroom spaces. This creates a vibrant learning environment. Our school facilities have benefitted from Department maintenance initiatives, grants and school support over the last few years. The recent addition of the Science Lab, resurfaced play and undercover areas, enhanced digital resources and infrastructure; places us in a good position to extend science, and STEM/STEAM learning. The use of an agreed inquiry process is intended to cultivate confidence, curiosity and creativity in our community of learners.