PO Box 4116
Mandurah North WA 6210

Primary School - 08 9583 7070

Senior School - 08 9583 7000

Teaching and Learning

Mandurah Baptist College provides a comprehensive curriculum which caters for the individual needs of all students, fostering a desire for learning and excellence.

The Primary School curriculum is shaped and guided by the Western Australian Kindergarten Guidelines, the Early Years Learning Framework and the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline.

The Primary School curriculum learning areas include: Christian Education, English, Health and Physical Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, Languages (Indonesian or French), Mathematics, The Arts, Science and Technologies.

Kindergarten to Year Two

Mandurah Baptist College students begin their College journey in our Early Childhood Education Program from Kindergarten to Year Two in a safe, supportive and stimulating learning environment.

The College’s Early Childhood Education Statement of Philosophy, outlines the principles of our early years’ education program, which fosters a love of learning with a focus on building strong foundations within an age appropriate context that encourages play, discovery and an appreciation for the wider world.

Each child’s development and long-term success is optimised through a play-based curriculum that is guided by the Early Years Learning Framework, the National Quality Standards for Early Childhood Education, the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline and Christian values. The individual interests and needs of each child are considered, so that each may grow and learn at their own rate.

Middle and Upper Primary

Mandurah Baptist College students continue their learning journey in the Primary Years from Year Three to Six. These years of schooling at Mandurah Baptist College focus on consolidating the skills developed in early childhood and aim to further develop independence, responsibility and a capacity for social conscience through academic rigour. Students at educational risk are supported through targeted intervention from specialist academic enrichment and support teachers. The integration of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) including support from a specialist ICT teacher, occurs across the curriculum and year levels. Students also have the opportunity to enjoy developing their Arts skills and understanding with specialist Visual Arts and Music teachers. Other specialist learning areas include Languages (Indonesian or French) and Physical Education. Music tuition is also available during the week for a range of musical instruments.

Classroom teachers, and the Primary School chaplain and psychologist, provide a wide range of social and emotional support including Protective Behaviours education, a “buddy class” system, anti-bullying education, peer mediation and leadership training.


Mandurah Baptist College provides students with a range of different extra-curricular opportunities.

The MBC Lakers is a thriving basketball club affiliated with the College which makes use of our state of the art indoor and outdoor basketball facilities. The MBC Lakers club provides teams for boys and girls from Pre-Primary to Year 6.

Soccer, Netball and Hockey are popular participation sports at the College and students can register as an MBC team to compete in local competitions in Mandurah. The College competes in the Pro-Football Cup Junior Interschool Soccer competition and has reached the WA State finals on a number of occasions.

Students also have the opportunity of joining the Primary School Choir which plays an active role in school performances. Eco-Club provides students with the chance to learn about sustainability in the College’s sustainable garden. The “Numero” mathematics club, meets regularly for students with mathematical aptitude to develop their skills and prepare for Interschool competitions.

Families can find out more about extra-curricular opportunities for their children, through newsletters and by contacting the Primary School office.

Parents & Friends

We recognise that parents and guardians fulfil the most significant part in their child’s learning journey and we encourage and welcome their involvement in the life of the College. Parents are kept informed of what is happening in the College community through regular communication and information evenings.

Opportunities for parent/guardian involvement include the Parents and Friends Committee, College events, parent/teacher meetings, our community garden, parent help rosters, assisting on excursions and many more.