School Partners

Roseworth are committed to developing future teachers by working with ECU to mentor Pre-Service teachers. The current internship program allows Pre-Service teachers to spend more time in the classroom with valuable hands-on experience and gives them the opportunity to complete a research project with a focus on their specialty in identified areas of need in the school. 

Roseworth participates in research projects relevant to the school in order to develop research based improvements in teaching and learning.

Roseworth completed the Fogarty EDvance (FED) School Improvement program that supports schools in disadvantaged communities in 2018. This provided the opportunity to improve leadership and management skills, thus improving educational outcomes for students. We have joined the alumni for EDvance schools group to continue to receive updates and professional learning opportunities. 

As a school we use the placemat and framework to help develop business plan and operations plans. The team continue to meet twice a term next to monitor our progress.

The Fogarty Foundation support Roseworth students to access the Wildcats Aspire Program. Year 4 & 5 classes host two Wildcats players twice a week for six weeks. Activities are based on Literacy and Numeracy to encourage engagement and positive behaviour. Attendance and behaviour milestones are set throughout the program, culminating in the students’ attendance at a Wildcats game.

Roseworth has been participating in the Passport to Success which is a new transition to high school program for our Year 6 students being run by The Smith Family. Our students have had a numbers of sessions so they feel prepared for secondary schooling. An action plan was developed with Roseworth Child & Parent Centre in 2018.

Saver Plus program assists selected families with matched savings.

The Learning for Life Scholarships program supported numerous students..

City of Wanneroo

Students from Roseworth Primary School will embark on a series of exciting projects related to community safety, advocacy, inclusion, health and the environment after attending the City of Wanneroo’s School Leadership Program.  Leadership Forums are designed to empower young people to recognise issues affecting their local community and develop viable solutions.

The forums include a range of workshops and real-life scenarios to develop problem solving and leadership capability.  Students put their additional skills to practical use as part of community action projects.