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School Watch

School Watch is a partnership between the WA Police and the Department of Education aimed at protecting our schools from vandalism, theft and damage.

Who to contact:

School Watch Security

T: 1800 177 777
 

Police

T: 131 444

When you contact School Watch Security, Department security officers can quickly attend schools in the metropolitan area. The Police will attend if called.

Information

Every year, criminal damage to schools not only costs Western Australian taxpayers tens of thousands of dollars, but also inconveniences students, their families, teachers and local residents.

While the Police and Department work closely together to minimise crime at school premises, you too can help. The community's role is vital, particularly after school hours and during school holidays.

Most importantly, if you live near a school and see or hear suspicious behaviour immediately contact School Watch Security or the Police.

What's New

  • New Courses from Relationship Australia

    Relationships Australia has the following courses scheduled for November 2017.

    Detailed flyers are attached (pdf files):

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  • Cahoots Program for Children with Disabilities

    Cahoots is a Western Australia-based NDIS provider that organises and delivers exciting and rewarding programs and camps for kids and young people living with a disability. Programs and camps throughout the year, catering to children and young people of all abilities between the ages of 5 and 30.

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  • Parenting Workshops Available Term 4

    Parenting Connection (Supporting WA Parents) is offering a selection of courses during Term 4 that enhance parenting abilities. Course names include:

    • Tuning into Kids
    • Talking Kids
    • Turning into Teens
    • 1.2.3. Magic

    For the course flyer, click here.