What a beautiful assembly we were privileged to view last Thursday. The year 3 students were so confident and their message so relevant. The item was based on our school values of respect, kindness and manners but focussed on respect especially using respectful words. Thank you to Ms Stokes and Mrs Nolan for preparing the students. They were exceptional as I’m sure parents present would agree.

In today’s climate with social media, and, keeping in mind privacy issues, we have to be so careful what we post on-line. Parents and carers have long enjoyed photographing their child/ren’s progress at school. Today this often includes sharing the images on social media. When other students in the background are identifiable, there can be concerns if their parents/caregivers have not given permission and the images become public. Some parents and caregivers may have general privacy concerns about images of their children being posted without their consent. There can be real legal or safety concerns for the child or family concerned in some cases. Please keep this in mind when photographing students and posting on social media.

Parents, please be aware that schools are not public places and Principals are responsible for everything that happens in schools and school grounds. A reminder to everyone, especially parents who help at the school and in classrooms, that you must not take photographs or images of any child except your own and photographs taken at school should not be posted on social media if there is an image of another child, outside of your own, in the photo. Please do not name images.

In summary, please remember the following:

  • when taking images, that they focus on your child only;
  • images that may include other students must not be placed on the Internet or put on public display without the written permission of other parents involved; and
  • to protect the privacy of all individuals, ensure no names are attached to any images placed on the Internet or on public display.

Thank you for your understanding and respect of other people. Please note that the Policy and Guidelines for “Photographing, Filming and Recording” has been put on the Website. Click here to be directed to all Hawker Park Policies

We look forward to Friday when we will be celebrating the school’s 40th Anniversary. There has been an enormous amount of preparation for this special event and I thank everyone involved. We hope to see many of you at the function.


Thank you to those families that have completed the Christmas Concert Videoing Permission survey.

If you have not yet done so, please click the link and respond as soon as possible.

“The P&C are in discussions to have the School Christmas Concert officially videoed so that families can obtain a copy.

Permission is therefore being sought by the school for your child to be videoed.”

Christmas Concert Video Permission Link


During week 4 of term 4, Mr Etheridge and Mrs Dobson speak to the year 5 class about the responsibilities that are expected from students who become school leaders (School and Faction Captains). The students are given the opportunity to ask questions. They are informed that they need to think carefully about what is required from School Leaders and that they do not have to be a school leader.

Early November, nominations for School Captains open. This means that year 5 students may nominate themselves. Nominations close mid-November.  Late nominations are not accepted.

Students who nominate, present a short speech to the students from years 3 – 6. Parents of nominees are invited to attend. Once the speeches have concluded, Parents leave, and the students vote.

Nominations for Faction Captains open towards the end of November and close a few days later.  Late nominations are not accepted. Nominees for these positions present a short speech to the students from years 3 – 6 in their faction early December. Once the speeches are completed, the students in each faction vote for their Faction Captains for the following year. These speeches take place at school level and are for students only.


To assist with our current planning for 2023 would you please inform Admin as soon as possible if you know that your child will not be returning to Hawker Park Primary School in the coming year. This does not apply to our current Year 6 students. Please reply to


  • if student hair is long and touching their shoulders, hair must be tied up
  • elastics off masks make really effective bobbles
  • at school you may only take photographs of your own child
  • we have 4 pairs of children’s reading glasses in the office
  • all labelled items are returned to the children
  • you can name glasses using name labels or white out


Parents just a reminder that online ordering concluded on Monday 25 October 2022. Any orders received after this date will incur a $30.00 archive fee.

Please Note: Individual and Family Photos are not available to view online for Students security

MSP Information


On photo day speciality group images (Percussion, Clarinet, Year 6 School/Faction Captains, Year 6 Muck up Photo) were taken at your school.

These images can be viewed and purchased at a unique website, which is DIFFERENT to where you order the portraits and class photos online.

  1. To place your Order online simply go to
  2. Locate the Schools Name, then select the album titled Hawker Park Primary School Specialist Groups – 2022. You will then be required to enter a password to view the Album. The password for this HAWKPS22
  3. Please ensure that you use your child’s name at the checkout
  4. The images you are viewing are uncropped and will be cropped to fit to a 10×8 print (as per the first image in your gallery, a sample of layout & colour)

The online orders will be open until midnight on 2/11/2022 for the Bulk Pricing Offer. The Bulk Pricing Offer is $25 per print and these will be delivered to the school BY CLASS GROUP.

After the $25 pricing expires, the photos will remain available online, but the photos are now at a cost of $40 per image and delivered to a preferred address.

If you have any queries please contact MSP Photography on 9240 8000 or via email on


Week 4
• 3 Nov – Early Learners, 9am – 10:30am (Kindy 2023 students)
• 4 Nov – Hawker Park Primary School –  40th Anniversary Celebrations (2pm – 6pm)

Week 5
• 9 – 11 Nov – Camp (Year 6)
• 10 Nov – Early Learners, 9am – 10:30am (Kindy 2023 students)

Week 6
• 16 Nov – Hawker Headlines
• 17 Nov – Early Learners, 9am – 10:30am (Kindy 2023 students)
• 18 Nov – P&C Rainbow Run 
• 18 Nov – Triple P Information Session (Parents) – More information below

Week 7
• 22 Nov – Warwick Senior High School (WSHS) – Transition day two (selected Yr.6 students)
• 24 Nov – Early Learners, 9am – 10:30am (Kindy 2023 students) 
• 24 Nov – BUZZ Day at Warwick Senior High School (WSHS), 9am – 2:30pm (Year 5) – more information to come


Commemorative Ceremony from 2pm to 2:40pm

  • Welcome to Country: Emeritus Professor Simon Forrest
  • National Anthem
  • Speaker 1: Dr Roberts
  • Choir
  • Speaker 2: Mr Ryan Webb – ex student
  • Speaker 3: Jess Stojkovski – Local MLA
  • Whole School Performance

Ceremony Set up Map

2:50pm – Students return to classes to be dismissed

3pm to 4pm – Classes, Library and other spaces open for general viewing inspection

40th Anniversary Classroom and Activity Map

3:30pm to 6pm – P&C Family Picnic

Food Trucks will be set up in the staff carpark.

  • Vendor 1: Burgers, Rice sets, Chips, Skewers, gyozas, Takoyaki, Karage chicken and more….
  • Vendor 2: Hot dogs, pies & sausages, sandwich rolls, cheesy bites
  • As well as an ice-cream van and coffee van.

Additionally, there will be a Mobile Farm, face painting and other activities/games to enjoy.

Student treasure hunt raffle for a bicycle donated by Jessica Stojkovski MLA Kingsley drawn Monday 7 November.

5pm – Staff and ex staff private function in the Hawker Hub

40th Anniversary Invite


The P&C will be selling raffle tickets tomorrow morning between 8am – 8:30am outside of the Hawker Hub. Tickets are $5.00 each or 5 for $20.

Family Raffle prize, Total value $300 includes $50 Coles gift card, Little land family pass, 3 x Lenard’s chicken vouchers $18, 2 x Buck Roos Barber vouchers $25 each, lots of books and toys.

Family Raffle

Fremantle Dockers team signed jumper, Total value $700 includes $100 voucher for Picasso framing, certificate of Authenticity from Fremantle Dockers.

Fremantle Dockers signed jumper

Raffle will be drawn 5:30pm at the Hawker Park Primary School 40th Anniversary Celebrations on Friday 4 November.


Find out why kids do what they do & what you can do about it.

This free session has been scheduled with our families with young children in mind. This will be a great opportunity for our new Kindy parents to meet each other and other families who have children in the junior school.

Parents attending will have an opportunity to learn about the many Triple P Programs we can run through the school to help parents with the most common issues parents face.

This session will help you: *create a home environment with less conflict *calmly and assertively respond to unproductive behaviour *teach important skills *learn how looking after yourself as a parent helps your child.

If you are interested in attending, please click on the link below to enrol

When: Friday 18 November 2022

Where: Hawker Park Primary School – Hawker Hub

Time: 9am – 11am


Thank you so much for continuously supporting our school, especially through fundraising.

This term, we are hosting a Rainbow Run on the 18 November from 1:30 – 2:30pm to raise money towards a stage for our Christmas concert.

Sponsorship and consent forms will be going out on Monday the 8 November so Let the fundraising begin! You have until the day of the run to fundraise, so make sure you get cracking! Please return your cash donations and sponsorship booklet to the office before 25 November. There will be a raffle and prize available for every classroom, one raffle ticket for every $10 raised!

The big day is coming! Parents are invited to attend, make sure you bring your water guns and get in on the action! On the day, make sure your child brings a white shirt to change into for the Fun Run! They will be covered in non-toxic, high quality corn starch colour powder from head to toe! Sunglasses will be supplied and need to be returned after the race. They will also need a water bottle and their hat.

If you want to make the day really special for your kids, volunteer on the day to help with set up and colour throwing! We need to organise this in advance so if you’re interested, let Lynlea Denniston or Jacqui Thake know. There will be a signup link coming soon on Facebook.

If anyone has any concerns about the Rainbow Run, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

Hawker Park P&C


On Friday 21 October, students from PP – Yr.6 were treated to a fun filled and energetic afternoon of Indonesian dance, music and body percussion presented by Suara Dance Indonesia.

Ibu Alfira and Pak Bang took students on a journey across the archipelago, introducing a variety of dances from different islands and culminating in a group performance of body percussion dances from Aceh, North Sumatra.

These highly rhythmic body percussion dances, accompanied by drumming and distinctive chanted melodies, had students moving and grooving. The most popular by far was the Randai dance – a form of theatre, based on martial arts from West Sumatra, where rhythms are made by hitting large colourful pants.

Students thoroughly enjoyed participating in the dances and learning about the diversity of Indonesian culture.  A huge terima kasih (thankyou) to Ibu Alfira and Pak Bang for sharing their enthusiasm and passion for traditional dancing.

Ibu McAdam

Indonesian Teacher.

Indonesian Incursion


The Pre-Primary’s had a fabulous excursion at Lansdale farm and learnt so much. Did you know …

  • A worm has five hearts
  • A chicken sits on her eggs for 21 days before they start to hatch

The children enjoyed a cart ride around the farm and engaging hands-on experiences with the beautiful farm animals.

They met the two little pigs, a steere, hungry goats, two donkeys’, noisy geese, rabbits, sheep and so many more.

A huge thank you to our fabulous parent helpers for making this happen.

Landsdale Farm Excursion


Please see our noticeboard outside administration for the following events:

  • Weight Watchers
  • City of Joondalup Library – Supporting Families Through Separation
  • YouthCARE Together 2022 – Family Christmas Festivals
  • Mastermind Australia
  • TriActive Craigie
  • Miniroos Football Program
  • Hot Shot Tennis – Instyle Tennis Management02
  • Mercedes College Enrol Now
  • Riverside Swimming Club
  • Sorrento Life Saving Club – Membership Day
  • HPPS Playgroup


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