Mindarie Primary School is proud to be a Waterwise School. Our school is a member of the Water Corporation's Waterwise School Program which focuses on teaching students about water, spreading the waterwise message into our community and celebrating National Water Week.  The program  helps to educate students about water so that they have the knowledge and skills to make sound water management decisions in the future.

The education program themes are based on the many different ways water impacts our lives.  These themes include:

  • Water supply
  • Water conservation
  • Wastewater
  • Stormwater and waterways
  • Water and the natural environment
  • Water and health

In Australia, the world's driest inhabited continent, it is especially important that we conserve our water. As WA continues to experience the effects of a drying climate and our population continues to increase, it is important that everyone participates in water conservation behaviours.



Library Grand Opening


Everyone is welcome to join us in celebrating the Grand Re-Opening of our Library on Monday, 20 February.

Please see the attached flyer for further details.


Kids' Art Fundraiser


The Kids’ Art Fundraiser is underway with the new online ordering system.

All artwork from students at Mindarie Primary School is now online in our own secure school link. The ordering system is now ready for all orders to be placed.

Ordering is very simple.

1 – Go to this link: wa5752.wehelpfundraise.com
2 – Search for your child in the “Artist search” box
3 – Your child’s art will come up for you to view and place your order.

Ordering for free delivery to school runs until Friday, 18th November. After that you can still place orders or re-order but postage will be paid and it delivered to you.

The popular products will be available: phone and iPad covers, greeting cards, calendars and more.

We encourage everyone to get on board and support the P&C with this fundraising venture.



Our 15 month project between Mindarie Rotary  and Mindarie Primary saw our shipping container full of desks, chairs, clothing, stationary, toys, solar panels and books being lifted onto a truck and commencing its way to Fremantle Port and onto Papua New Guinea.  This process should take about 6 weeks.  I’ve attached photos taken this morning your students might like to see. 

A big thank you to Jon Hobson and Elaine Pither for their wonderful led in this project and to our school community and students for their support and involvement.


IMG 1054

IMG 1041

Page 2 of 3