At Makybe Rise Primary School we are committed to building a genuine sense of community partnership and belonging. We work together to accomplish our shared mission of growing friendly, accomplished and active children who know they are part of something bigger than themselves. Our community is committed to work together in ways that create a safe and nurturing space for our children to grow and learn. We believe that whilst our children are at the centre of all that we do, we are all central. We know that it is the adults in our community that make the difference.
Makybe Rise PS commenced in 2011 with students from Kindergarten to Year 2, expanded in 2012 to include students in Year 3, and in 2013 the school doubled in size to encompass students K-Year 7. Makybe Rise successfully became an Independent Public School in 2013 and also became the first West Australian AVID primary school. Implementation of AVID has focused on growing student success skills, including resiliency through a growth mindset, skills to organize thinking and physical belongings, and the explicit teaching of reading and writing strategies.
Makybe Rise Primary School has a culturally diverse community. We value parent participation and support. Staff and parents are committed to work together in ways that create a safe and nurturing space for our children to grow and learn. At Makybe Rise, we believe that whilst our children are at the centre of all we do, we are all central.
Makybe Rise Primary School is committed to excellence in academic and social achievement, to building a culture of community belonging and to growing the leadership capacities of our community. The school has established proactive partnerships ensuring curriculum at every year level is researched based and interrogated for validity and efficacy and is based on our firm belief that every child can learn and that every child brings a contribution to our community.
At Makybe Rise Primary School, our measure of success is for every child every day to experience a sense of significance, belonging, fun, and challenge, so that they may graduate into the wider community with the knowledge and skills to achieve their hopes, dreams and aspirations.