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Each child will be given the opportunity to develop fully as an individual and to value learning in a caring environment.

Positive Behaviours

All students, staff and parents are expected to model these shared values: Respect | Integrity | Safety | Engagement


At Wanneroo Primary School success is proudly celebrated!


A community that's highly regarded for its strong partnerships. For creating an inclusive learning environment where students are supported to achieve.


Our Programs

These are some of the programs on offer at Wanneroo Primary School.
For more details or to see what other programs are on offer, click on "For Students" in the menu above.
Core Curriculum

A coherent and comprehensive set of prescribed content and achievement standards which our school uses to plan student learning programs, assess student progress and report to parents.

STRIVE Program

Sustained Teaching of Reading is Vital Everyday!

The STRIVE program targets student’s sustained reading, providing opportunities for students to build their capacity to read for longer periods of time during the school day and to improve comprehension skills.

Specialist Learning Programs

With 4 Specialist Learning Areas in Science, Arts and Music, Asian and Indonesian and Physical Education, Wanneroo Primary School has a number of oppoertunities to engage, entertain, challenge, inspire and empower students.

Frequently Asked Questions

What time should students arrive at school?

8.30am is the recommended arrival time. Students who arrive before the recommended time are required to assemble under the verandah next to the front office to ensure supervision.

What happens if students arrive late?

Students who arrive after 8.45am are expected to enter the school via the front office to receive a late note.

What happens if students are absent?

If your child will be absent it is recommended that you contact the school before 9am via:
SMS : 0417 097 435
Phone: 9306 0500
Email: wanneroo.ps@education.wa.edu.au

What happens if my child is sick at school?

Parents are encouraged to keep sick children at home. Minor injuries are treated at school but parents will be contacted when the injury or illness requires further attention. It is important that contact details are kept up to date to ensure that in times of need the school can contact a parent or an emergency contact.

Who can enrol at the school?

You can apply to enrol your child at Wanneroo Primary School if your child meets the age requirements for entry and is a permanent resident of Australia or holds a visa with an approved sub-class.

Where the number of children applying to enrol exceeds the number of available placements, the school must prioritise enrolments according to The School Education Regulations. And although Wanneroo Primary School has a defined local intake area for accepting enrolments the school may accept children outside these areas depending on the availability of accommodation and staffing.