Tickets for Sculpture under the Tree
Tickets are $5 per family and can be exchanged for a brochure on the night. Press the button to follow the link to Trybooking to purchase your ticket. Come along and enjoy the fun
Sculpture under the Tree
Our first ever sculpture exhibition invites students and families to create a sculpture guided by the theme ‘Reuse – Recycle – use found materials and set your imagination free’. Try to use materials that will last outdoors, as we are hoping to choose some to be permanently displayed in the school grounds. Entries accepted from the 10th May to be delivered to the hall with entry forms attached.
West Leederville Primary School
Welcome to our website. West Leederville Primary School is situated three kilometres from the central business district of Perth and occupies a unique place in public school education in Western Australia, due to the age and history of its buildings and a strong community focus. West Leederville Primary School is nestled in the Perth suburb of West Leederville, between Lake Monger and Subiaco Oval, 3 kms northwest of the CBD of Perth. West Leederville is the earliest area of residential subdivision in the Town of Cambridge occurring from 1891 onwards,with the school opening it’s doors in 1898 with 133 students. Today, close to 400 students from varied backgrounds and cultures are enrolled at the school.
This is a trial app for booking a 12 seater Hiace Commuter van with automatic transmission which can be driven on a normal car licence. While the primary purpose of the van is for school use, this trial allows members of the WLPS community to book the van for private use out of school hours. There is a $40 charge for four hours and $80 for a full day which is paid to the WLPS P&C to cover running expenses.
Age of school
Number of students
Our place in West Leederville
West Leederville Primary School is nestled in the Perth suburb of West Leederville, between Lake Monger and Subiaco Oval, 3 kms northwest of the CBD of Perth. West Leederville is the earliest area of residential subdivision in the Town of Cambridge occurring from 1891 onwards, with the school opening it’s doors in 1898 with 133 students. Today, close to 400 students from varied backgrounds and cultures are enrolled at the school. Our original buildings are heritage listed and these provide unique character with classrooms that surround the traditional school hall. In 2010 a new library and arts centre was completed and a new administration block in 2011.
Committed to learning
West Leederville Primary is committed to ensuring that all its students are provided with the opportunity to obtain a comprehensive, balanced, inclusive, equitable and environmentally sound education that will prepare
them for both their present and future life roles.
The purpose of West Leederville Primary School is to develop its students to their fullest intellectual, creative,
social, cultural and physical potential, so that they can be prepared for the opportunities, responsibilities and
experiences of life.
Parents expect a high standard of teaching and learning from the experienced and talented staﬀ. Strong community relationships ensure everyone is well known, childrens’ needs are identiﬁed and parents are active participants in their child’s education within the school.
What others say about us
Thank you so much to all of the staff for making his welcome to the school so special.Parent
I will never forget my time at West Leederville Primary School. The teachers, all of the experiences we had and friends I have. I leave with fond memories and feel ready for the challenges of high school ahead.Student