Recent News

Recycling at Caralee

Inspired by the NAIDOC 2019 theme, "Let's work together for a shared future", Caralee students and our school community hope to connect more with the land, preserve its natural resources and redefine our responsibilities when it comes to looking after our environment.

Local Schools Community Fund Survey

The Caralee Community School Board would love to hear your feedback.

Public School Review

All Western Australian public schools are reviewed every three years, and Caralee's recent review has shown that the school "provides each student with the opportunity to demonstrate progress and achievement at their highest ability level". (Source: Department of Education WA 2019)

School Fete - Year/Class Stalls

Each Year Group and/or Class will be running a stall at our upcoming School Fete.

School Fete - Invite to Local Businesses

Caralee will be hosting their next school fete on Friday, 29 November 2019 (4pm to 8pm).  We invite our local business operators to come on board too!

Kindergarten 2020

Enrolments are now open for children who will be 4 years old by 30 June 2020. Enrolment packs are available from our Administration Office or from our school website.

Pre-Primary 2020

It is time to apply to enrol your child for Pre-Primary if they are turning five years old by 30 June 2020.

In Term Swimming (Pre-Primary to Year 6)

In Term Swimming is part of Caralee CS's Physical Education program and we encourage every child to attend the full ten lessons.

Student Vaccination Records

Parents and carers must now show evidence of their child’s vaccination status on enrolment by submitting an Australian Immunisation Register (AIR) statement.

Caralee Choir - One Big Voice

Our Caralee Choir has been selected to participate in the One Big Voice Festival, to be held at the Perth Arena on Friday, August 30, 2019.

Caralee's Homework Club

The Homework Club provides support for our students from Years 3 to 6

Story Dogs at Caralee

Caralee has implemented a special reading program to assist selected students to become “confident lifelong readers”.