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Educating
Global Citizens

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40

Number of
Nationalities

15

K – 10
Average class size

10

11 & 12
Average class size

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34%

Local students

75%

Teachers with
10+ years experience

66

Global Universities
Attended by Graduates

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Life at ISWA

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The ISWA Community

At the International School of Western Australia our purpose is clear and informs everything we do – to inspire and challenge our students to learn, achieve and make a difference in the world.

David Gee - The Principal

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At ISWA inquiry and curiosity are central to our curriculum and opportunities to excel are realised. 🌏 ... See MoreSee Less

At ISWA inquiry and curiosity are central to our curriculum and opportunities to excel are realised. 🌏

Teaching and learning in our Primary School is based on the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP). It is learner-centred and inquiry-based, with a strong focus on building exceptional numeracy and literacy skills while promoting independence and a lifelong love of learning. 📖 🍎 ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣The IB PYP is a framework to deliver the Australian Curriculum and is recognised worldwide as one of the most advanced international programmes for primary students, helping to foster global citizens. 🌏 ... See MoreSee Less

Teaching and learning in our Primary School is based on the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP). It is learner-centred and inquiry-based, with a strong focus on building exceptional numeracy and literacy skills while promoting independence and a lifelong love of learning. 📖 🍎 ⁣⁣
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The IB PYP is a framework to deliver the Australian Curriculum and is recognised worldwide as one of the most advanced international programmes for primary students, helping to foster global citizens. 🌏

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Martijn Wisselink

Janel McNary 😍

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At ISWA inquiry and curiosity are central to our curriculum and opportunities to excel are realised. 🌏 ... See MoreSee Less

At ISWA inquiry and curiosity are central to our curriculum and opportunities to excel are realised. 🌏

Teaching and learning in our Primary School is based on the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP). It is learner-centred and inquiry-based, with a strong focus on building exceptional numeracy and literacy skills while promoting independence and a lifelong love of learning. 📖 🍎 ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣The IB PYP is a framework to deliver the Australian Curriculum and is recognised worldwide as one of the most advanced international programmes for primary students, helping to foster global citizens. 🌏 ... See MoreSee Less

Teaching and learning in our Primary School is based on the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme (IB PYP). It is learner-centred and inquiry-based, with a strong focus on building exceptional numeracy and literacy skills while promoting independence and a lifelong love of learning. 📖 🍎 ⁣⁣
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The IB PYP is a framework to deliver the Australian Curriculum and is recognised worldwide as one of the most advanced international programmes for primary students, helping to foster global citizens. 🌏

Comment on Facebook Teaching and ...

Martijn Wisselink

Janel McNary 😍

Primary Gardening and Sustainability Club had a very productive year growing a variety of edible plants including celery, carrots, peas, lettuce, strawberries, zucchini and tomatoes. 🍅🥕🍓The students learnt to harvest seeds as well as understanding the life cycle of certain plants. The highlight for the students was visiting the garden each week and picking ripe produce. Nathaniel Taylor from Year 9 gave explicit lessons on sustainable practices around our school. The students also went on observation walks to determine areas of improvement. 🌱 ... See MoreSee Less

Primary Gardening and Sustainability Club had a very productive year growing a variety of edible plants including celery, carrots, peas, lettuce, strawberries, zucchini and tomatoes. 🍅🥕🍓  The students learnt to harvest seeds as well as understanding the life cycle of certain plants. The highlight for the students was visiting the garden each week and picking ripe produce.  Nathaniel Taylor from Year 9 gave explicit lessons on sustainable practices around our school. The students also went on observation walks to determine areas of improvement. 🌱

As the move continues and we get ready for the upcoming school year, ISWA farewells the City Beach campus. We are very excited to be at our modern campus in Doubleview, staying close to both the ocean and city-centre. Our new location offers great transport networks and is surrounded by cafes, shopping centres, sports amenities, child-care and community clubs.⁣🎥 City Beach drone footage by ISWA DP Visual Art graduate Niels Zuijdgeest. Niels is now studying architecture at the University of Melbourne. ... See MoreSee Less

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