The curriculum at Riverton Primary Campus is enriched by the specialist programs Physical Education, Science, Japanese, EAL/D and Music.

Physical Education is part of everyday life at Riverton Primary Campus. Teachers provide daily fitness activities and practice for sports games and athletics.

We also have Physical Education Teacher Mr Brooks take each class from Year 1-6 for allocated Physical education Sessions as well as an hour session a week for middle and senior sport.

Our music teacher, Mr Davey, provides our students from Year 1 – 6 with a music program varied in musical instruments, singing and movement.

Our to LANGUAGES teacher Mrs Hall provides our students with a comprehensive Japanese Language Program for Years 3 -6.
Students are able to practice conversations in Japanese and also learn about the amazing culture.

Science is an important part of the curriculum at Riverton. Our Year 4 to 6 students are taught by a specialist science teacher in the Science Room and complete the WA curriculum in the appropriate areas of Science. Students in Pre Primary to Year 3 are taught Science in their classroom programs. In addition, identified and selected students from Years 3 to 6 complete a science enrichment program with an engineering focus on Wednesday mornings.

Riverton Primary Campus has a dedicated on-site English as an Additional Language (EAL) Support Program, coordinated by three specialist teachers; Janelle Jeffery, Emma Fox and Margie Campbell. The EAL Program aims to assist students from Kindy to Year 6 to become proficient users of Standard Australian English (SAE) across all areas of their learning. The EAL Program includes children from a variety of home and schooling backgrounds; born overseas and in Australia, who speak an additional language to SAE.