Special Events

art show

This year our Art Show once again showcased all of the fabulous work our PP-6 students have produced during their Visual Art lessons. Under the careful guidance of Mrs Parker from Year 2-6 and Mrs McInnes PP-1, our students experienced a range of opportunities using a wide range of materials and tools.


Western power circuit breakers program

We were so excited to be part of this fabulous program that meant our school was given 2 x 3D printers.  Our Year 5/6 students particpated in the program over the course of Term 3 and 4 and then showcased their work at the Scitech Exhibition.




Each year, we hold an exciting event known as Ripper Recess.  Each class organises a stall to fundraise for the school. Students have the opportunity from recess till lunch to move around to the different stalls where they can play games, try to win a prize, buy some yummy treats, have their nails painted and so much more! This year we raised $1091!








This year our Edudance concert did not disappoint! After 9 weeks of lessons throughout Term 3, the students' final routines were amazing!  Definitely a highlight of our annual calendar!






faction carnival

The sportsmanship of our students at our Athletics carnival was once again amazing.  Congratulations to Success (Red) for being the winning faction.




Interschool Athletics Carnival

Our students represented our school beautifully at the Interschool carnival that was held at Eddystone Primary School.


This year, we held our first Open Night during Book Week. Students and staff dressed up as their favourite book characters that were showcased in the parade at the conclusion of the evening. Students and their families visited classrooms to see all of the fantastic work they have completed.  The night was a huge success with recommendations it becomes an annual event.








Nature Playground

This year we opened a brand new Nature Playground thanks to the Local Projects, Local Jobs grant of $40000 and a $10000 donation from our P&C Association.





Kindy Playground Upgrades

We were so happy to see our Kindy children playing on their tricycles on their new figure eight path.  We are also looking forward to the new cubby arriving very soon!



World of maths

Thanks to the money raised at our yearly Math-a-thon, we were able to pay for every child in the school to experience the 'World of Maths' incursion.  The presenter was very impressed with the behaviour of our students.




Cross county

We held our annual cross country and were very impressed with the perseverance and determination of our students. All the training paid off with many of our students placing in the inter-school cross county!














Year 5/6 camp

Every two years our year 5/6 students go on a camp.  This year they went to Karem Adventure Camp in Bullsbrook.  The students and staff went for three days and two nights and participated in a variety of team building activities that were challenging and fun. Although they came back exhausted, an amazing time was had by all!





P&C Movie Night

Every year our P&C hold a Movie Night Fundraiser.  This year the movie was ‘Ferdinand’ and was another great success raising $253. The students and parents loved wearing their pyjamas and bringing their sleeping bags and pillows to our covered assembly area.




Running Club

This term, some of our students, staff and parents have been participating in Running Club before school on a Tuesday morning.



Film Crew

This term, a selection of students have been part of our HPS Film Crew.  Each Wednseday, they spend time recording information about our school, interviewing staff and students, and adding in some special segments about mindfulness and fortune telling.

Check out the link below to see their first movie:






Each year we hold a Welcome BBQ to welcome new families to our school and to welcome back existing families.  Our P&C are great supporters of this annual event.







This year, we held our first Light it Up Blue Day to raise funds for the Autism Association.  It was great to see all of our students, staff and families support this event. We raised $178.65!





Twice per term we hold a community breakfasts for our students and their families.  These breakfasts are always a huge success and are supported by our dedicated staff that organise them, our senior students who help with the food serving and cleaning up,  and Foodbank WA who contribute food supplies.




As part of our commitment to a high care culture, every Monday we practise mindfulness across the school.





As part of our high care culture we are committed to ensuring we address our students' mental health and well-being.  This year, Mrs Revill has taken on the role of our Mental Health and Well-being Coordinator and she has introduced Welcoming Wednesdays.









This year, we were lucky again to take part in the annual City of Joondalup's Lantern Parade. Our Year 4-6 students loved the opportunity to showcase their shadow puppets.





Each year we choose our School and Faction Captains.  Our captains take their roles very seriously and they relish the oppotunity to develop their leadership skills as they perform their duties across the school.









We continue our commitmemt to providing engaging learning at Heathridge PS. Active learning and technology are key components of all lessons across the school.





In 2018, we held our inaugural Heathridge Harmony Games.  This special day coincided with our Harmony Day celebrations and the Commonwealth Games that were held in Brisbane this year.  Our students rotated through a variety of maths based activities that had a sporty twist! Our students were split into teams representing a different country of the Commonwealth.  We held an opening and a closing ceremony where medals were awarded.  In the afternoon the parents joined us on the oval for a yummy lunch and some team sports.  A very successful day and fun was had by all!







Every year, our Kindy and Pre-Primary classes love holding pamper mornings and afternoon teas where they can spoil their mums in many ways. Our mums really treasure these special moments.







Each year, the ANZAC Ceremony at our school is a very important and special event. Our students demonstrate their respect via the activities they complete prior to the ceremony and their behaviour during it. We would like to thank Mr Bolton for coming in from his Long Service Leave to deliver his annual speech.  Once again he captured the spirit of ANZAC and the spirit of our values at Heathridge Primary School.  There wasn't a dry eye in the audience.





Each Friday at lunchtime, we invite our dads to come in and spend time with their children. This initiative is another example of the way we actively engage our families in their child's education.







In Term 2 of 2018, Miss Marrs and Miss Redknap are running a before school fitness club known as the Fitness Fanatics for our students.  Despite the puffing, the students love it!