Heritage College Perth is a small school with a big difference. Our caring environment allows students to be treated as individuals, and their needs to be identified and met. We aim to provide high quality education and to support parents in their role of raising their children. We promote Godly values of honesty, diligence, excellence, respect and discipline.
Thanks to the support of our community of parents and friends, our College has developed and matured into a unique environment for students to learn and grow.
Whiteman Park Recount
Recently our K – 1 class went on an excursion to the Revolutions Transport Museum at Whiteman Park. Here are a number of recounts by students of their day, showing how much they enjoyed the visit and what they learnt.
“Last Thursday we went to Whiteman Park. We went to the museum and it was cool. Then we watched a movie. Then it was time to go on the train. It was so awesome. Hava and I stuck our hands out and we felt the air and the bushes. We were laughing! After lunch we went on the playground. I went on a curly slide and we attached on each other and went down. It was so funny!”
“Last Thursday our class went to Revolutions Museum at Whiteman Park. At the museum we watched a movie. Next I put the bit in Shadow’s mouth. Then we went on a train ride. I put my hand out the edge and touched lots of bushes. I felt joy, joy, joyful!”
“Last Thursday our class went to Revolutions Museum at Whiteman Park. I liked the buggy because I got a buggy licence. I liked the train because we got a really long turn. I liked the playground because I got a turn on a really cool digger. It was really fun!”
First day of Term 4
Monday 12th October 2015
Please note there will be No Staff Development Day at the beginning of the term
Bibbulmun Track Backpacking Expedition
Tuesday 13th October (Day trek)
Thursday 15th & Friday 16th October (Overnight)
Backpacking is a fun, healthy outdoor activity which provides students with an opportunity to experience and enjoy nature first-hand. Every second year the students in the 5-7 home group learn about backpacking by hiking along Western Australia’s very own Bibbulmun Track. The Objective is to expose students to this healthy outdoor recreation and build team and social skills in a new environment.
In 2009 I was lucky enough to enrol my daughter, who has a disability, in Heritage College Perth. She had been bullied and was shy but now through the help and support of the school she has been able to reach her full potential. At the time I enrolled my daughter we were not Christadelphians but the love and support that they have showed us and the christian truth that they live in their day-to-day lives have brought us to God.”
– Judy Ralston
Heritage has been a wonderful environment for our daughter who has been at Heritage since its commencement in 2006. The positive teaching staff, environment and friendships she has developed have been of great benefit to help her reach her goals and potential.”
– Adrian & Julie Maycock
We are so blessed to have a school like Heritage College to send our children to every day. Our children have been able to really flourish in a Godly environment. It is also wonderful that we as parents are able to have input into this school each and every day. The principal and teachers are always ready to have a chat if you feel you need to speak to them. Our children feel safe coming to HCP and as it is a small school the families get to know each other well and hold similar values.”
– Phil & Kailey Hayles