This year, RESC has maintained enrolments similar to 2016, 56 at the commencement of Term 2.
A new bicycle track aimed at building student confidence and awareness will be completed in Term 2, and we expect a new amentities building designed for our students' needs to be completed and commissioned by mid-year.
Riverside ESC enrolments stand at 59 at the end of Term 3, more than 10% up on the same time last year.
This year is our first as a K-6 school, including pre-primary. With the transition of both Year 6 and Year 7 to high school at the end of 2014, our numbers have dropped to 45. Reflecting Mandurah's status as one of Australia’s fastest growing outer suburban municipalities, 2015 has commmenced with several new enrolment enquiries. Kindergarten is opened for the first time.
At the commencement of Term 4 enrolments have grown to 53 with several new inquiries received for 2016.
On October 30, Riverside Primary Schools celebrated 20 years in operation.
'Bigger and better' marks the beginning of 2014. Riverside ESC grows to seven classrooms and a start-up enrolment of 57 students. A Pre-Primary 1 class has been added so that children can commence their learning journey earlier than has been possible in previous years.
This is the final year we will have Year 7 students; as from 2015 Year 7 is incorporated into high schools in W.A.
2013 sees the beginning of a new era for the school, which is now operating as an Independent Public School under the direction of the WA Department of Education.
As for last year, 2013 commenced with five classrooms. The school received a number of late enrolments during term 1 with students transitioning from other schools, and finished the year with just over 50 students. This necessitated the addition of a new classroom which came into operation at the start of Term 3.
The school year commences the year with five classrooms and 48 confirmed enrolments.
Business plan development, a requirement of Independent School operation commencing 2013, commences with a workshop helping to define direction, objectives and milestones.
Mid-year, the school expanded to six classes and 50 enrolments, enabling the delivery of more one-on-one activities and guided learning.
Late term 3, Principal Jenny Crake retires. Jim Douglas takes up the role of Principal at the start of Term 4.
Riverside ESC is granted status as an Independent School operating under the auspices of the W.A. Department of Education.
At the commencement of Term 3 a fifth classroom was opened, as enrolments grows past 40.
Mid 2010 a new classroom is added to accommodate student growth, bringing the number of classrooms to four.
Riverside ESC started operations, opening as part of the combined Riverside primary schools.