c. 1995

Rectangular red plastic banner, with wooden poles either end for carrying. It has two white shields top left and right with a red ''K'' in the centre, KARRAGULLEN in white underneath and two white apples either side along the bottom. Between them is written PRIMARY SCHOOL in black with a grey shadow behind .Bottom right hand corner is a makers mark sew on label.

Historical information

Karragullen School banner made sometime in the early 1990s and used up to the closure of the school in 1999. The banner was made by All Flags of Gosnells.
Because of falling student numbers the school was closed in 1999.



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Item type
94 cm
Height or length
172.5000 cm
Inscriptions and markings

[ALL FLAGS P.O.Box610 Gosnells, / Western Australia 6110 / (09)399 3584 / Fax; (09)398 7694]

c. 1995
Statement of significance

The banner used at Karragullen Primary School from the early 1990s to its closure in 1999. The banner was made by All Flags in Gosnells. It represents the end of a number of small hill schools in the late 1990s who due to low student numbers and cost cutting measures by the State government were closed. The banner tells the story of the changing nature of small rural communities who had their own school but changing demographics and economic pressures saw schools like Karragullen close with students being funnelled into larger district schools.

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