St Columba's Catholic Primary School

Kindergarten - Year 6
South Perth, Western Australia

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St. Columba’s Catholic Primary School is committed to the total development of the whole child in a nurturing family community, revealing Jesus Christ.

30 York Street (cnr Forrest Street)
PO Box 8307
South Perth WA 6151
(08) 6436 9500
admin@stcolumbassp.wa.edu.au


Specialist Programmes on offer
at St Columba’s

  • Extension/Enrichment Programme
  • Learning Support Programme
  • MultiLit, MiniLit, InitiaLit, PreLit and MacqLit Programmes
  • Robotics
  • 1-1 iPads (Yr 4-7)
  • Computer Coding
  • Whole School Music Programme
  • Instrumental Music Lessons
  • Tennis Coaching
  • Edudance
  • Kids n Sport
  • Running Club

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Latest News


Open Night

On Tuesday night at our school’s Open Night, we showcased the work that reflects the excellent standard of teaching and learning at St Columba’s and the partnership we have with you in your children’s education.
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Calling for Sewing Volunteers

We are making up Religious Education boxes for each classroom which include items for our prayer tables. We have pieces of fabric that need to be cut into 4 strips and overlocked. There are 20 boxes with 4 coloured strips of fabric per box.
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Sports Carnival - Coffee Van

This year, the parent's race will be to the coffee van! Our Ruby Girl's Coffee Van will arrive at 9am. Delicious coffee, wraps and sausage rolls will be on sale, along with Faction cupcakes (proceeds from cupcakes will go the school). See you there!
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Latest Correspondence

Term 3 Calendar
Available Now...

School Building Master Plan
View The Plans for our School.

Important Dates

Friday 20 September

  • School Sports Carnival

Friday 27 September

  • Year 3B Assembly at 8:50am
  • Last Day of Term 3

 


St Columbas - Aerial View


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We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians whose ancestral lands we are on. We acknowledge the deep feelings of attachment and relationship of Aboriginal people to country. We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting/attending from other areas.