Learning Together

Leadership at Boyare PS

At Boyare Primary School the Year Six Students are the Student Leaders.


They participate in a structured program which provides opportunities to enhance and develop life skills such as organisation, time management, working collaboratively and goal setting, while developing persistence and resilience in academic and non-academic settings.


Students undertake a range of activities throughout the year including selection speeches for Head Boy, Head Girl and Faction Captain positions. In addition to this, students participate in a Bibbulmun Track bush walk and a comprehensive High School Transition Program. The highlight of the Leadership Program is the annual three-day camp to Naga Bush in Term Four.

Our motto ‘Learning Together’ captures the community focus of our school. We are committed to building strong and positive partnerships with parents and local community.

In addition to this, students participate in a range of weekly activities which include managing a worm farm, paper recycling, leading assembly each fortnight and sounding the sirens.


Commencing in Year Five, there is a focus on developing a deeper understanding of our First Nations people with an emphasis being placed on the Noongar Culture.

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