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Choose Kindness

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Respect Self, Others and the environment

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To inspire young minds, foster creativity and culturally connect students in order to achieve together.

Welcome to Collier Primary School

Kaya, Wanjoo – Welcome to “Our School”

We acknowledge the traditional people, Biboolmirn people of the lands on which we gather and pay respects to the Elders past and present for they hold the memories, traditions, cultures, hopes and aspirations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Furthermore, we acknowledge the Beeloo clan group and the cultural significances of the Beeloo area.

We also recognise, respect the resilience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people including recognition of those whose ongoing effort to protect and promote their culture and lands will leave a lasting and proud legacy of their people.

Collier Primary is a distinctive school of choice. As a “country school in the city” we are well resourced with a welcoming country atmosphere. We ensure a balanced approach to academics, sporting opportunities and emotional and social wellbeing and support.

We are the ‘hub’ of the Como community and create a sense of belonging. Our community are welcome on our school grounds and you will find our community members enjoying our oval and playground after school and on weekends. 

We have a welcoming and inclusive community and we embrace culture and diversity.

Our transformational, innovative teaching practices empower lifelong learners and our staff continually grow themselves to impact student outcomes. 

Collier Dreaming School Artwork

‘Collier Dreaming’ Artist: Natasha Collard (AIEO)

Collier Dreaming Story: Koolanga (children) journey throughout their schooling years.

The use of the vibrant colours – blue, white, red, green, black and gold is used to reflect the school colours of Collier Primary School which is built on Boorloo Boodja (Perth Country)

Blue represents the Derbarl Yerrigan which is the traditional name for the Swan River. The River is a significant area for the Traditional Owners having a spiritual connection to the land and water.

The four blue, white and green circles represent the school’s CARE Matrix

  • Choose kindness
  • Act responsibly
  • Respect self, others and environment
  • Excellence

The fourteen red, green and blue circles along the bank of the River represents each school year from Kindy to Year 12.

Yarning circles represent support network – Family, Friends, School, Community, and External Agencies Pinetree leaf is symbolic to the school logo.

The pinetree is visible, particularly in the area. This gives a sense of belonging and identity.

Green, blue and white U shape represents our Aboriginal Elders meeting together to pass on knowledge to all Australians.