Our Year 6 2020 Camp was a huge success! We started off with beach activities and it was really great to see the teamwork between our students. The second day was all about adventure. We spent it at the flying fox, on climbing walls and abseiling. I was most impressed with how students worked through their fears with the support of their peers.
The whole camp staff was inspired by our students’ encouraging words and compliments to each other. We had a great time playing sports together and watched a beautiful sunset at the beach. Our last day was just as exciting as we completed orienteering activities and worked on our archery skills. The afternoon was bittersweet as students stopped to reflect on how much fun they had had, how lucky they are to be able to go to camp and how much they will miss one another next year. I certainly had an amazing time and feel lucky to have spent these days with such a great bunch of kids!
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
For some children trampolining is just a bit of fun but for Alfie Curran-Ragan it is serious business. The Cardup boy and Pioneer Village Primary School student first started gymnastics when he was seven-years-old afterRead 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