Bambara Primary School Staff
We are the Future’. In partnership we will work to develop a positive future for all our students by building their knowledge, skills, attitudes and talents.
Principal - Mrs Linda Knox Deputy Principal - Mrs Shelley Smith Registrar - Mrs Jenny Clothier School Officer - Mrs Michelle Morecroft School Officer - Mrs Janet Johnston
Kindergarten - ECE 1 - Mrs Shelley Harrington-Fielding Kindergarten - ECE 2 - Mrs Joscelin Bell Pre primary - ECE 5 - Miss Cara Deed, Mrs Bianca Correa Year PP/1 - ECE 4 - Mrs Julie Staniforth Year 1 - Room 1 - Mrs Melissa Jarvis, Mrs Racquel Sutton Year 2 - Room 8 - Ms Nicole Moustakas Year 2/3 - Room 2 - Mrs Sandra Belloso Year 3 - Room 3 - Mrs Stephanie Lu Year 4/5 - Room 10 - Mrs Sonal Amba, Mrs Paula Kervin Year 5/6 - Room 9 - Mr Michael Prokojes Community Kindy - Mrs Liesel Erskine, Mrs Jaymee Wiseman,
Library Resource - Mrs Shelley Smith Physical Education - Mr Mick Berlingeri Music - Mrs Donna O'brien STEM - Mrs Paula Kervin Lote (Indonesian) - Mrs Kaye Leckie
Education Assistant Mainstream - Mrs Julie Bentley Education Assistant Mainstream - Mrs Rebecca Wilton Education Assistant Mainstream - Mrs Jen Havlik Education Assistant Mainstream - Mrs Leah Blanch Education Assistant Mainstream - Mrs Lauren van Niekerk Education Assistant Mainstream - Mrs Masda Sparks Education Assistant Mainstream - Ms Caitlin Fletcher Education Assistant Special Needs - Ms Mia Milligan Education Assistant Special Needs - Mr Eoin Hoey Education Assistants Special Needs - Mrs Melanie Anscombe Padbury Community Kindy - Education Assistant Mainstream - Mrs Nicole Mattingley Padbury Community Kindy - Education Assistant Mainstream - Mrs Lisa Hall Padbury Community Kindy - Education Assistant Special Needs - Ms Carolin Dymock Library Officer - Mrs Rose Akbarian School Psychologist - Ms Lesley Pearn School Nurse - Mrs Alison Senior School Chaplain - Ms Skye Johnson School Gardener - Mr Andy Kemp Cleaner In Charge – Ms Nina Niyomrat Cleaner - Ms Gae Pavlic & Mrs Alice Fouche
Love of Learning.
Learning how to learn.
Building positive relations with our community.
Bambara Primary School recognises and respects the traditional custodians of our school land.
'Bambara', an Aboriginal word meaning 'forest country', represents our commitment to a unification of community spirit, culture and respect for all.
Our values of community, excellence and harmony are represented by our school logo - a tree by the water.
Bambara Primary School
30 Gosse Road,
Padbury, WA 6025
+61 8 6206 2150