South Ballajura Primary Campus, comprising of South Ballajura Primary School and South Ballajura Education Support Centre, first opened its doors to students on 2nd February 1994, with a combined enrolment of 420 students. 2014 marked the 20th Anniversary of the campus which was celebrated with our community.
The arched roof has been used as a symbol of the campus. The gum nuts are further symbols as many Red Flowering Gum Trees have been planted around the campus. The rows of trees represent avenues of trees planted along the streets of this area.
The streets near the campus are named after National Parks and the four streets which surround the campus have been used for faction names. A wildflower, common to each of these national parks has been selected for the colour and emblem of each faction.
Shark Bay Rose