Satellite Classes


Mandurah Primary School

In Learning We Grow

  • Kindy/Pre Primary - Room 18
  • Year 1 - Room 11;
  • Year 2/3 - Room 12.

Peel LDS students participate in the Host schools behaviour program NED reward which stands for Never give up. Encourage others and Do your best.

Peel LDS provide specialist Art, Maths and Phys Ed teachers to all students at the Mandurah Satellite School. In addition students participate in Language Support with Peel LDS Language Support Teachers and Narrative sessions with the Speech Pathology team.

Students are involved in whole school events such as assemblies, incursions, swimming lessons, sport carnivals and special events such as Harmony Day, NAIDOC Week, ANZAC Day ceremonies.

Teachers from both schools meet regularly to ensure inclusivity.


Pinjarra Primary School

We Achieve

  • Kindy/Pre Primary/Year 1 - Room 28
  • Year 2/3 - Room 29.

At our Pinjarra site students participate in specialist Art, Maths and Phys Ed with a specialised Peel Language Development teacher. In addition students participate in Language Support with Peel LDS Language Support Teachers and Narrative sessions with the Speech Pathology team.

Students are involved in whole csampus events such as assemblies, incursions, swimming lessons, sport carnivals and special events such as Harmony Day, NAIDOC Week, ANZAC Day ceremonies.

Teachers from both schools meet regularly to ensure inclusivity.


Bungaree Primary School

Excellence through Effort

  • Year 1 - Room 1
  • Year 1/2 - Room 2;
  • Year 2/3 - Room 3.

At our Bungaree site Peel LDS students are taught Music, and Phys Ed with Bungaree teachers. Language Support, Science and Art are provided by Peel LDS support teachers and narrative sessions from our Speech Pathologist team.

At Bungaree Peel LDS students attend all incursions and assemblies, as well as join in on sports carnivals, swimming lessons and other important events such as Harmony Day and NAIDOC week.

In 2014 two students will be performing during the NAIDOC celebrations, one playing the didgeridoo and one performing dance.

Many of our students who live in the Bungaree PS catchment area exit our school and continue at Bungaree PS. Currently there are a total of 9 previous Peel LDS students attending Bungaree PS.

Teachers from both schools meet regularly to ensure inclusivity.