Supporting parents, supporting public schools

Latest News & Announcements

Canteen Supervisor wanted!

East Beechboro Primary School P&C are hiring a part time Canteen Supervisor. Details below:

  • Part time
  • Monday 8am-1pm, Wednesday 8am-1pm, Friday 8am-2pm
  • 16 hours per week
  • Start Date Monday 1st May

For all relevant duties, criteria and application information, click here.  

Are you concerned about the impact of alcohol and other drugs on your children?

Parents, teachers and school staff have a crucial role to play in the prevention of young people’s risk of harm from alcohol and other drugs.

School Drug Education and Road Aware (SDERA) invite you to attend a FREE Talking Drugs information session.

This session will help you understand the real picture of illicit drug use and the role you play in school drug education. You will learn how to open up a dialogue with children of all ages about drugs and where to go for help with a drug-related problem.

Date: Wednesday 7 June 2017
Time: 6.45pm - 8.30pm
Where: Canning Vale College 26 Dumbarton Rd Canning Vale WA 6155

To book this FREE event and for more information please contact Kelli Dawson at SDERA on 9402 6267 or Please RSVP by 1 June 2017.

Spaces are limited. Book now!

For more than 19 years, SDERA have been supporting school communities with successful, evidence-based drug and road safety education programs.

More information is available on SDERA’s website.

The Big Splash WA Schools Program

The movement to develop strong mental health and well-being in our children and young people has started. Be part of creating better mental health and well-being in children and adolescents and be part of The Big Splash WA.

Along with developing Literacy and Numeracy skills a student’s mental health is the greatest priority of teachers. It is an unfortunate fact that teachers on a daily basis see students who face mental health issues that do and will affect their future lives. 50% of affected children don’t receive professional help.

The experts tell us that early intervention is key. The Big Splash WA helps teachers start having the sometimes difficult conversation with their students and parents/carers to help build stronger mental health in children and adolescents using the arts to help children learn they are not alone and help is available.

At the same time, The Big Splash WA is a Wild Art event that will take place in the streets, parks and public spaces of Perth and surrounds in early 2018.

A huge pod of wildly colourful dolphin sculptures painted by local artists will swim into town as part of a mass public art exhibition to raise awareness of and valuable funds for Perth Children’s Hospital’s Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit.

Be part of the movement and promote mental health and well-being for your child by getting their school to join The Big Splash WA Schools Program.

Secure a dolphin for your school today! Contact Natasha at Perth Children's Hospital Foundation.


Telephone +61 (08) 9489 1100

+Info flyer