Our Year 5 & 6 students enjoyed their last PEAC day for 2021 in Narrogin on Wednesday 1st December. This is the very last PEAC day for our Year 6's as they move on to High School next year.
It is with sad advice that we let our Braeside Community know that the Flexischools Canteen will not be operating in 2022. Please send lunches with your child/ren each day. Thank you
Positions are now open for Kindergarten 2022.We look forward to seeing you in the office to assist you with your child's enrolment for Kindy 2022.If your child's birthday falls within 1st July 2017 to 30th June 2018, they are ready to enrol for Kindy.
In 2021 Braeside Primary School became a Teacher Development School (TDS) for Early Years and STEM.
This year Braeside Primary School has two finalists for the Vi Barham Awards 2021. Congratulations to Jonah Stade and James Standage for their outstanding achievement, both students received a 2021 Vi Barham finalist plate.
Our Year 6 Student Leaders attended the Student Leadership Day in Wagin today (23rd March 2021) with Miss Lydiate. Students engaged with other schools in the area for team building and leadership based activities. Students enjoyed the experience and the activities throughout the day.
Congratulation to Mr Geoff MacNicol, who has been elected to be our incoming P & C President, replacing our outgoing P & C President Mrs Louise Stade. Welcome to the Braeside P & C. We thank Mrs Louise Stade for her commitment to BPS fundraising.
Thursday 14th and Friday 15th October was the Inter-School Carnival between St Patrick's Primary School (this years host), Braeside Primary School and Katanning Primary School. Congratulations to Katanning Primary School for coming first on the day.
Faction Athletics ran over two days, 15th & 16th September. Fantastic sportsmanship over the Carnival with the winning Faction being Mallee, closely followed by Wandoo, then Acacia.
Please view our new Workforce Plan, following is information about the Workforce Plan 2020-2023.Click here to read the plan.
Braeside Primary School was one of 29 Schools who was successful to commence as an Independance Public School from Semester 2, 2020.
As a result of our recent parent survey review and School Development Day session, staff have decided to engage in a process called Positive Behaviour Support. This is a school wide process that involves a fundamental change in thinking towards student behaviour.