Progressive Independent School 3 & 4 Year Old Kindy to Year 6 Valuing Childhood Limited places for 2021

Why Moerlina? What makes us so unique?

Moerlina School celebrates more than 40 years of progressive primary education in the Western Suburbs of Perth. Classes are small, outcomes are high, original thought is valued, persistence is rewarded, play is important, the natural world is central and learning is meaningful in our unique city school.

At the heart of Moerlina School is a culture of collaboration, support and mutual respect. A sense of security and belonging allows students to take risks in their learning, to challenge themselves and to have high expectations for what they can achieve. Learning goes well beyond the classroom, with students often heading outdoors and off-site to explore new places and experience new things that are relevant to their studies, consolidating and expanding their knowledge and understanding of the world.

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Moerlina School as featured on Today Tonight

Our principal Perette Minciullo speaks about the importance of play as an essential element of a happy childhood and a driver for learning. The report also features Griffin Longley, CEO of Nature Play WA and Sandra Hesterman, Murdoch University Early Childhood Education Director.

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Children try to find voice as population grows

A recent article in The West Australian interviewed several students from Moerlina.

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Julie Bishop visits Moerlina School

A lovely article in The POST newspaper on May 26th, 2018 about MP Julie Bishop’s visit to Moerlina School.

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What’s happening at Moerlina

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Bush School

Native bush site
Throughout Terms 2 & 3
2021-10-01

Moerlina’s innovative Bush School program has been running since 2011. Fortnightly, for half a day, children from Years 1 – 6 visit a native bush site to explore and enjoy the surrounding natural bushland environment. The program usually runs throughout Terms 2 and 3.

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We acknowledge that this land that we live and work on is Whadjuk country and that the Whadjuk Noongar people are the traditional owners and custodians, who have a rich social, spiritual and historical connection to this country, which is as strong today, as it was in the past.