Mobile Phones and Digital Devices
The Department of Education does not permit student use of mobile phones in public schools unless for medical or teacher-directed educational purpose.
Students from Kindergarten to Year 6 are not permitted to have mobile phones in their possession during the school day. Click here to read more about our policy
Complaints and Disputes
In 2013, all key stakeholders at Ocean Reef Primary School created a set of beliefs that form the basis of all interactions between home and school. Sometimes, however, disputes and complaints occur. This policy outlines the procedures available for making and resolving a complaint. Click here for more information about the policy
Positive Learning Environment or Behaviour Management
At Ocean Reef Primary School we endeavour to create a positive learning environment for all students, staff and members of the school community. A summary of our Positive Learning Environment Policy is found below. Click here to read more about the policy
If you are worried that your child is being bullied, click here to find out how we can support them.
At Ocean Reef, we believe that our uniform is something that helps us feel that we belong to the school community. Click here to find out more about our Dress Code
Throughout the year, the school gives a range of awards to students. At ORPS we have defined what those awards are and how they are decided upon. For more information, please read the Student Awards Policy
We want to make sure all children get the best education possible which is why attending school every day is so important.
Western Australian law stipulates that all school-aged children must go to and attend school every day.
Download the Department of Education Attendance Policy
At Ocean Reef we encourage you to read with your child for 20 minutes nightly and work with them to practise their basic number facts. In the early years the students may have sight words or Words Their Ways word sorts. Any tasks sent home from the teacher will be purposeful and not set as a matter of routine just for the sake of setting home as evidence indicates that this does not impact upon student success.
Our students work very hard during the day and often ‘doing more of the same’ results in them resenting school.