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  • 2019 AVID Student Speaker

    Just in case you were wondering if that was thunder you heard today - it most certainly was: the thunderous applause of 450 AVID teachers giving our 2019 AVID Student ...

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  • Ella’s Hope for Diabetes

    Year 6 student, Ella, is on a mission to bring hope to children who have diabetes. Today, over 900 students at Makybe Rise Primary School dressed up in blue as ...

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  • Modern Language Teacher Association Awards

    On Monday the 28th October, the annual Modern Language Teacher Association awards ceremony took place. This year, Makybe Rise had seven students enter two different competitions, showing off their languages ...

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  • Baldivis Children’s Forest Excursion

    Makybe Rise students from Pre-Primary to Year Six, participated in an excursion to the Baldivis Children’s Forest on Wednesday 16th October. This was to celebrate and participate in Indigenous cultural ...

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  • Scitech

    Yesterday Ms Alderdice took eight Year 6 students who have shown a keen interest in Science to Scitech to compete in the annual 'Brainstorm Challenge Day'.  This year the ...

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  • Fundraising for Farmers

    When Year 4 student Riley heard about how the drought was effecting farmers, he knew immediately that he wanted to do something to help. With help from our school’s P&C, ...

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  • P&C Day WA

    On Friday WACSSO (Western Australian Council of State School Organisations) celebrated 100 years of P&C involvement in WA schools with the launch of P&C Day WA. Our community recognised the past and present members ...

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  • NAIDOC Week Events

    There are many community events happening during NAIDOC week. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life. The week is a great ...

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  • Athletics Carnivals

    On Thursday 20 June and Friday 21 June, we had two spectacular days for our Junior and Senior Athletics Carnivals. The dreary weather certainly didn’t affect the Tribe’s bays, which ...

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