A vibrant community where everybody achieves success

Welcome to Hillman Primary School.

At Hillman Primary School we provide your child with a learning environment that caters for your child’s needs and support their academic, physical, social and creative skills. As such, staff are committed to providing excellent standards of teaching and learning in all programs. We select tools and resources that are reflective of best practice and provide your child with a range of opportunities to become a successful learner. 

We are an Independent Public School and our sense of tradition is embedded in a strong community culture and our values (Choose Respect) are clearly articulated by all members of the Hillman community, including students, staff and parents.

We know that if children are motivated, persevere with difficult tasks and focus their attention, they are more likely to succeed in whatever they do. Our partnership with you, as parents, is important and reinforces these learning qualities. 


Thursday August 1st          –                                   

Room 11 & 12 Assembly

Wednesday 7th to Monday 12th August      –         

Book Fair 

Thursday 8th August –                                           

Indigenous Screening – Ear Bus Foundation

Friday 9th August       –                                         

RASSA Carnival – years 4 – 6

Monday 12th to Friday 16th August –                     

Science Week

Thursday 15th August  –                                         

Room 15 Assembly

Exciting News

This Term Room 16 will be taking part in a program called Circuit Breakers run by Western Power. Over 150 schools applied to be part of this program but only 30 were selected. Students will be working with a Western Power Engineer who will help us learn about the different ways of making power. We will then be making our own working model of a future city, complete with forms of renewable energy. The final model will be displayed at a Science Fair in November at Scitech. As part of our participation in this project the school gets to keep all the resources provided by Western Power, including 30 Micro:bit computers. We will also be receiving a visit from the Premier, the Hon. Mr Mark McGowan in August to address students on the value of STEM learning.