New Madora Bay Primary School officially named

  • New primary school in WA’s Peel region officially named Madora Bay Primary School
  • $25.7 million school to open its doors to students next year
  • Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery has today revealed Madora Bay Primary School as the official name of the new school opening in the Peel suburb of Madora Bay in 2023.

    The local community was consulted on three potential names, with Madora Bay Primary School being the most popular option.

    The name reflects the school’s coastal location and will build pride in the suburb and community.

    The school, which is the first in the suburb of Madora Bay, is currently under construction and will accommodate 650 students from kindergarten to Year 6 in state-of-the-art learning facilities.

    Future students and staff will benefit from a dedicated kindergarten and pre-primary block, administration block with dental therapy facilities and two double-storey general classroom blocks.

    The school will also feature a general learning block with an inclusive education classroom and an art and science room.

    The school was designed by Carabiner and is being built by Universal Constructions Pty Ltd.

    As stated by Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery:

    “Madora Bay is a growing suburb for young families and it is so exciting to see that this wonderful primary school is a step closer to opening its doors to students.

    “Naming the school Madora Bay Primary School is a nod to the coastal location of the school and will help foster a strong sense of community.

    “I know families are looking forward to the school opening and having their children learn in state-of-the-art facilities.”

    As stated by Mandurah MLA David Templeman:

    “The delivery of this new school is incredibly important to the growing Madora Bay community and it’s great to see this acknowledged in the new name.

    “This is another important milestone for what will soon be Mandurah’s newest school.

    “After advocating to secure this school, it’s exciting to see progress on what is another important McGowan Government project for this area. I’m very proud to be delivering this new school to the Madora Bay community.”

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