Since 2002 the P&C has invited NPS students and their families to purchase a personalised "Thank You" plaque that is installed on the white picket fence that runs along the west side of the school oval as part of the NPS Alumni project. The fence provides an enduring record of students, families, friends and supporters of Nedlands Primary School. 

To end Term 1 in style, and celebrate everything we have achieved over the term, our P&C have organised a Crazy Hair Day fundraiser. Did you know that every P&C fundraiser helps our school provide our students with resources such as playgrounds, BeeBots, our orchestra conductor, iPads, Mathletics subscriptions and one of our newest resources this year - the Student Wellbeing Hub due for it`s opening ceremony in early term 2!

On Wednesday 31 March, students can wear their craziest hair, we want to see colour, glitter, hairspray, accessories and most importantly lots of creativity and fun!

Students are asked to donate a gold coin on the day to help fundraise for the P&C. All monies donated will help our P&C contribute towards resources that directly impact our students at Nedlands.

Nedlands Primary School uniform shop will be open Monday 1st February.

Online uniform orders placed prior to the 1st Feb will be processed and delivered to your child's classroom or to the front office for pick up.

The next P&C meeting will be held at the school, Wednesday 12th May 6pm in rooms 16 and 17. Parents and caregivers are welcome to attend, however, please stay at home if you have any cold or flu symptoms.

 

If you have any questions about the meeting in advance please send them to the following e-mail address:

 

pccommnedlands@gmail.com

Nedlands Primary School

Nedlands Primary School is an Independent Public School with a rich, 100-year history that boasts alumni ranging from Olympic athletes to previous WA State Premier
Colin Barnett. The school provides education to students from Kindergarten to Year 6.

 

Though Nedlands is a school proud of its history, it is also one embracing the future with some of the best facilities of any public primary school in the state,
such as early childhood facilities, a 25 metre swimming pool, air-conditioned classrooms, computer network, basketball and netball court and an extensive playground.

 

Despite these modern conveniences, the most important part of Nedlands Primary is, of course, the students. Each child at Nedlands is encouraged to reach their potential wherever it may lie, whether it be in arts, athletics or academia, by a team of highly qualified and enthusiastic teachers and support staff dedicated to doing what is best for each child.

 

Nedlands Primary School proudly celebrates over 100 years of educating young people of all cultural backgrounds.  "Experience the Opportunities".