Partners in Education - Community

Tambrey Primary is lucky to have the support and partnership of some amazingly generous local businesses, companies, industry and family businesses too!

We have achieved some amazing things with the assistance of our existing community partnerships and welcome any inquiries about how to become a partner in education with Tambrey.

Check out some of the amazing projects and achievements below.

Mural Project

Our mural project was completed in 2023 with the assistance of several generous community partners.

  • Woodside North West
  • Fortescue Metals Group
  • Pilbara Real Estate
  • Yara
  • Santos
  • Jetwave Marine

We were so fortunate, due to this community partnership effort, to bring Melski Mural Artist to Karratha to create three murals in collaboration with our entire student body!

Tambrey can’t thank these major sponsors enough, a vital partnership in our ongoing School Revitilisation project.


Tambrey on Track learning space upgrade

FMG funded a furniture upgrade and created a sense of belonging for our group of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander girls. Our girls now have a space to meet and learn with their mentor in our growing school. They are beginning to add their own touches to the room that reflect their culture and Stars Foundation have now joined them in this space.

Girls sitting in a circle on an indigenous rug

Sporting Grants

Sporting Schools and Club Connect support Tambrey through funding grants which is used for engaging outside coaching specialists such as Tennis Services Australia Pty Ltd, SunCity Tennis Academy, Remote Tennis Services Australia, West Australian Football Commission, Basketball WA, Soccer - Football Australia Ltd, Pilbara Regional Football Development Committee & many more!


CIVEO & Hobarts High Tea

CIVEO’s School Mates program is utilised by our Positive Behaviour Committee to host two Hobart’s High Tea events every term. Students who consistently display expected behaviours are nominated to attend a high tea with the Principal, Mrs Hobart.