Speech and Drama lessons have started this term at Pioneer Village School for students from PP to Year 6.
Our students are involved in a series of drama activities which aim to develop ongoing confidence, self-esteem and skill in verbal communication. Students have been participating in a wide range of activities covering speech, movement, drama, improvisation, dialogue development and script work.
Along with 13 other Perth schools, 8 Pioneer Village School Year 5 students were invited to a very special literacy event at the Maritime Museum. This event was organised by the Commissioner for Children andRead more
By Marcela Pasquini Over the last decade we have incorporated technology into our lives and our children’s and iPads have become a common tool for learning and playing. They are simple to use and allowRead more
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
The students were not afraid to make a big SPLASH and DIVED into their swimming lessons with determination to extend their swimming skills. Whilst they clearly had fun and enjoyed every moment, they were engagedRead 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.