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Travel Safely

Transport for students to and from Riverside ESC is determined by the specific needs of the student, with most children either coming by school bus or via family transportation. Very few are able to travel independently.

Families seeking to use the government-funded school bus service need to complete an application. Information is provided on our school bus webpage.

Like most schools, traffic at drop-off and pick-up times is hectic. Please exercise patience, using the parking zones in accordance with displayed signage.

Enrolled students living close to the school may be encouraged by their family to walk to and from home. We strongly recommend the student becomes fully confident with negotiating road crossings before this step is taken. Part of our Protective Behaviours program (pdf file) is to educate students about “stranger danger”, for which pedestrian students are particularly vulnerable.

Parking

The school has a staff and visitors carpark off Minilya Parkway. This is a congested parking area and we recommend parents do not drive onto school grounds to drop off and/or pick up children unless there is an urgent reason, or prior arrangements have been made.

The school has two ACROD parking bays outside the school office, accessed from the driveway off Minilya Parkway. One of these is a designated wheel-chair bay. Only parents of children requiring assisted mobility should use these car parks. A current ACROD sticker must be displayed.

The school is surrounded by roads, with Fraser Entrance at the back of the school (off Teranca Road) being one-way only. Curb parking is available in most places. Pick-up and drop-off zones provide parking with time restrictions. Limited off-street parking is available off Fraser Entrance.

Bus bays are also on Fraser Entrance – no parking is allowed in this zone.

City of Mandurah parking inspectors are vigilant in this area during school start and finish times.

Go to the Contacts page for the school address and other contact information.

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.