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Tanya Bailey

Tanya Bailey

December 06, 2018
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From The Principal's Desk

New Wandering Primary School logo and motto

The friendly energy of the new brand icon encapsulates the school vision of a caring and nurturing community and references elements of the local environment.

Central to the icon is a Wandoo, a sturdy strong tree found throughout the area. Historically it was used for construction and railway sleepers due to its strength. It represents the strong resilient heart of the school community.

Surrounding this are the green hills of the area, circling the school like the wider community surrounds and supports the school, enabling it to stay strong.

From the strong base of community and school support, students thrive and grow as they prepare for their journey through life.

The students are represented by the leaves rising from the top of icon, supported by both the school and their community.

The brand colours have been built upon the existing school colours.

  • Dark blue is an existing school colour and represents strength, stability and professionalism.
  • The bright green is fresh and dynamic and represents the vibrancy and positive energy that flows in and around the school.
  • The grey defines the Wandoo and represents quiet confidence and reliability.
  • The existing teal green of the uniform is used as a secondary support colour to the brand.

The font selected is strong and bold but with a hint of informality to reflect a balance of professionalism and engaged, inspired learning.

November 20, 2017
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On Monday, 26 March I went on camp with 23 very well-mannered young students at Point Perion Camp School.

The weather was wonderful, the students friendly, helpful, and supportive towards each other and the teachers. We had a great time, with everyone making a real effort to make friends.

During our stay each student was challenged with a new experience and each rose to that challenge. For some this was daunting and they felt they could not do it, but they did.

Apart from the fun activities the students did they also had to keep their dormitories ready for inspection every morning, wash up, wipe up, set tables, and clean the plates.

Our students made new friends with the Ongerup and Yealering students. They all banded together to take out the teachers at Laser Blasé.

November 13, 2017
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Wandering Primary School hosted and participated in this year’s carnival which included Yealering, Dumbleyung and Wickepin schools.

The day was a great success with all the children competing in all the events.

Also a big thank you to the parents and grandparents of Wandering Primary School for their support in the kitchen and for helping to marshal the events.