Welcome to Madeley Primary
"Madeley Primary School will nurture and promote life-long learners within a positive school community where respect is valued and independence and excellence are expected."
Madeley Primary is a vibrant learning community where students work in a mutually rewarding partnership with staff, caregivers and the wider community.
Our school has a strong focus on developing the whole child in all aspects of their lives including cognitive, creative, physical, emotional, social and academic areas.
All students in our school are expected to achieve their very best so that they are equipped to deal effectively with the opportunities and challenges they encounter in our changing world. To support them we provide a safe and supportive environment in which they can grow and learn together.
Students are taught higher order thinking skills within a collaborative learning environment and have access to current technology in order to deepen learning experiences and engage with the global community.
Madeley Primary School opened in January 2009 and has operated as part of the Ashdale Independent Public School cluster since 2010. The cluster consists of Ashdale Secondary College, Ashdale Primary School, Landsdale Primary School and Madeley Primary School. The school underwent its first DES Review in 2012.
Our school falls within the Madeley/Wangara intake-area and is situated in the City of Wanneroo.
The Index of Community Socio-Economic Advantage (ICSEA) of 1058 is higher than each of the schools in the Ashdale Cluster. In 2015 81.32% of students spoke English as their first language. There are approximately 30 different language backgrounds represented by students at Madeley Primary School. Attendance rates at the school are above the state average.
The staff at Madeley is stable with 25% of foundation staff members still remaining at the school. The school has developed a collaborative and supportive environment in which staff are encouraged to promote and share their strengths in order to benefit others and improve outcomes for students.
Staff work in collaborative teams to ensure that learning programs are innovative and student-centred. Staff use flexible approaches that motivate, engage, challenge and respond to the needs of all students. Individual expertise is recognised and shared in order to enhance opportunities for all students
The school community is a valued partner in our school. It is supportive, aware and actively participates in learning and decision making. Parent skills are recognised and utilised where appropriate. The school enjoys the support of an active P&C and School Board.
As a learning community with an excellent reputation in the local area, Madeley Primary School continues to make a difference for students as they grow and develop.
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