Our Darlington Campus has an enviable location, set on two hectares of tranquil bushland overlooking the valley and beyond to Perth.
Where many schools have to create their Nature Play environment, we are surrounded by it. It’s the perfect setting for our students to enjoy stimulating and creative play, and for our teachers to take classes outdoors for more meaningful and engaging learning.
The Waabiny Hill playgrounds are a highlight of the campus. Students helped plant out the eroded hillside with indigenous species and we are now seeing the return of native bird and animal life. The six seasons of the Noongar culture are highlighted on signs along a special walkway.
The Darlington Campus accommodates a range of facilities including a specialised Early Learning Centre; dedicated rooms for computing, languages, cooking, visual arts and pottery; a junior library; and specialist enrichment and performing arts centres. Helena House Hall is equipped with the latest in audio-visual systems and is used for many events including school assemblies and professional learning.
Our Darlington Campus has the space to take our students on a journey of personal and academic growth, discovery, knowledge, skills, curiosity and challenge. Come and experience it for yourself.
Greg Miller, Head of Junior School
The Darlington Campus Executive Team is responsible for policy development, planning and direction, and management of the Darlington Campus in all key areas including curriculum, values development, pastoral care, facilities and resources.