Our Staff

Our School

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.

Management and Administration

Principal - Mrs Linda Knox
Deputy Principal - Mrs Shelley Smith
Registrar - Mrs Meegan Payne
School Officer - Mrs Michelle Morecroft
School Officer - Mrs Janet Johnston

Teaching Staff

Kindergarten - ECE 1 - Mrs Shelley Fielding
Kindergarten - ECE 2 - Mrs Joscelin Bell
Pre primary - ECE 4 - Mrs Daisy Britten
Pre primary - Ece 5 - Ms Cara Deed
Year 1 - Room 1 - Ms Nicole Moustakas
Year 2 - Room 2 - Mrs Sandra Belloso
Year 3 - Room 3 - Mrs Stephanie Lu
Year 4/5 - Room 10 - Mrs Paula Kervin, Mrs Sonal Amba
Year 5/6 - Room 9 - Mr Michael Prokojes
Community Kindy - Mrs Cathy Witney, Mrs Jaymee Wiseman,
Ms Nicole Gallus

Specialist Teaching Staff

Library Resource - Mrs Shelley Smith
Physical Education - Mr Mick Berlingeri
Music - Mrs Donna O'brien
Lote (Indonesian) - Mrs Kaye Leckie

School Support Staff

Education Assistants Mainstream - Mrs Julie Bentley
Education Assistants Mainstream - Mrs Rebecca Wilton
Education Assistants Mainstream - Mrs Amanda Atkinson
Education Assistants Mainstream - Mrs Nicole Mattingley
Education Assistants Mainstream - Mrs Lauren van Niekerk
Education Assistants Mainstream - Mrs Masda Sparks
Education Assistants Special Needs - Mrs Melanie Anscombe
Padbury Community Kindy - Education Assistants Mainstream - Mrs Nicole Mattingley
Padbury Community Kindy - Education Assistants Mainstream - Mrs Lisa Hall
Library Officer - href="mailto:emily.belyea@education.wa.edu.au">Ms Emily Belyea
School Psychologist - Ms Lesley Pearn
School Nurse - Mrs Jo Savoury
School Chaplain - Ms Sylvia Spatara
School Gardener - Mr Andy Kemp
Cleaner In Charge – Ms Sylvia Spatara
Cleaner - Ms Gae Pavlic & Mrs Alice Fouche

Love of Learning.

Learning how to learn.

Building positive relations with our community.

Our School

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.


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30 Gosse Road,
Padbury, WA 6025


+61 8 6206 2150

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