School spirit is built on the traditions of the past but also depends on the commitment and teamwork of all current members of the school community. As teachers, parents and students it is important for us all to realise that we all have a significant role to play in supporting and promoting the positive ethos evident at Armadale Primary School.

School Ethos

Our purpose is to ensure that all Armadale Primary School students develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to achieve their individual potential and contribute to society.

School Motto

In 2006 the school community was consulted and asked to make suggestions for our school motto. We were looking for the strengths and values that best described our school. We believe our school motto of Attitude, Persistence, Success accurately represents all at Armadale Primary School.

Values we seek for out students

Actions at Armadale Primary School are based upon the following core values:

  • Pursuit of knowledge and a commitment to achievement of potential;
  • Self acceptance and respect of self;
  • Respect and concern for others and their rights;
  • Social and civic responsibility; and
  • Environmental responsibility.

Outcomes we seek for our students

Major learning outcomes are that all students:

  • Demonstrate effective literacy skills for the present day;
  • Demonstrate effective mathematical skills for the present day;
  • Demonstrate the ability to find and use information using current technologies where appropriate;
  • Develop an understanding of their historical, social and cultural context;
  • Develop an understanding of the natural world, care for the environment and demonstrate an understanding of scientific principles;
  • Appreciate and understand how to achieve physical health and well being;
  • Develop a positive attitude and skills in music and the creative and practical arts;
  • Demonstrate purposeful application of knowledge, experiences and resources to create products and processes that meet human needs;
  • Demonstrate an ability to communicate in a language other than English; and
  • Demonstrate a working knowledge and acceptance of the school’s established code of behaviour.