After spending Semester One developing performance skills and rehearsing with Kerry from the Helen O’Grady Drama Academy students from Year 1 to Year 6 performed in the PVS School Concert: How to be a Better Human. It was a wonderful night full of adventures. There was the Old Lady who lived in a shoe trying to deal with so many children, hardworking ants teaching some lazy grasshoppers to help, a pirate crew showing some new crew the ropes, the party of the year and even students taking on would be thieves in a Tutankhamen exhibition. The night was full of singing, dancing and lots of smiles.
The students involved developed their confidence, collaboration skills and got a chance to practice public performances. Everyone worked very hard on this production and should be congratulated on the amazing show.
Wild possums, bandicoots and native birds will now have a safe place to nest thanks to the efforts of local students and Western Power representatives. Students at Pioneer Village Primary designed and constructed a numberRead more
Pioneer Village School students are loving their Edu-Dance lessons! Edu-Dance provides children with the opportunity to be part of a fun and energetic dance program, develop coordination, musical appreciation and self-confidence, and gives them theRead more
Armadale’s Pioneer Village School has officially rolled out its remote home-learning program in a bid to support students amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The launch of the program coincided with state government announcement encouraging familiesRead more
In April our PVS girls were offered the opportunity to be part of the University of Western Australia’s emerging engineers’ program. This program is run to engage girls in the field of engineering and moreRead more
Pioneer Village School respectfully acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land as being the first peoples of this country. We embrace the vast Aboriginal cultural diversity throughout Western Australia and recognise their continuing connection to country, water and sky. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.