Our aim is to provide quality education that will deliver excellence in learning, critical and creative thinking, and strength of character for all students.
We seek Excellence in: Learning. Thinking. Character.
Cottesloe Primary School is a dynamic, public school with a rich heritage, strong traditions and identity. This history influences the development, operation and learning environment of our school. Cottesloe Primary enjoys the well deserved reputation as being a school of choice for many families who live in the Peppermint Grove, Cottesloe and Mosman Park area.
The school also accepts enrolments from families outside these areas, if places are available. Currently we have capacity in Kindergarten, Pre-Primary, and a small number of places in Year 4-6.
We are a small school by design which allows us to get to know our students and their families and respond to their needs quickly and effectively.
The School strives to support students to achieve to their best academically, creatively and socially within and outside the classroom. Cottesloe Primary has developed a culture of high expectations and a culture of improvement. Academic progress and achievement is important. The school’s Mindful Breathing Program develops students and staff wellbeing and promotes focus and emotional regulation. We are working with parents and the community to develop the whole child.
We have a strong focus on our school Values – Excellence; Integrity; Respect; Perseverance and Kindness. We respond quickly and creatively to ensure all Cottesloe Primary students are given the opportunity to have success.
There is no doubt our students are fortunate to learn in such a calm, supportive, positive and engaging environment. Staff are privileged to be able to partner with parents and a community who is willing and able to help their children achieve to the best of their ability, achieving the goals described in our School Vision.
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