Visual Arts is seen as an integral part of student learning. All students are engaged in Visual Arts for 2 periods a week in a designated Art room, with the programme being delivered by a Specialist Art Teacher.
Student's creativity is nourished through the creation of a stimulating learning environment and experiences. These include an Artist-in-Residence programme each year, incursions by artists, visits to the Art Gallery of WA, exhibitions in school and the community, a co-curricular art club and holiday workshops.
Students discover and explore the elements of Art through practical art making. Students are encouraged to express their creativity through the use of various materials and techniques. Students are exposed to many art forms, for example: drawing, painting, pottery, printmaking, textiles, sculpture, felting and bookmaking.
Skills are developed incrementally. Art theory and history are embedded in lessons incidentally and more explicitly in the Upper Junior Primary.