Bunbury Primary School is an Independent Public School. We are committed to achieving excellence for all of our students.
Bunbury Primary is dedicated to maintaining positive learning environments. We strive to provide an engaging learning environment by using evidence based contemporary information communication technologies, Kagan Co-operative Learning Structures, the Friendly Schools Plus Bully Prevention program, and the Positive Behaviour Support approach to behaviour management. This allows for a continuous cycle of learning that challenges students to reach their potential academically, socially and emotionally. Bunbury Primary has a strong sense of community and the school strives for excellence in teaching and individual student performance through its professional and dedicated staff.
Located two hours south of Perth, Bunbury Primary School is situated in the heart of Bunbury, in an area known as the 'Tree Street Area' and is located minutes from the Bunbury city centre. Bunbury Primary School opened in 1895 at what is currently known as the Paisley Centre. This was named after the first headmaster, Mr Thomas W. Paisley. The school moved to its present site and opened on 12th February 1962.
The three wings of the school each contain four classrooms and adjoin the service and administration block to form an 'E' shaped building. Our facilities include a Library Resource Centre, a Kindergarten classroom, a Pre-Primary centre, Art, Science and Music Rooms, new Administration, upgraded playground facilities and all classrooms, office and library are air-conditioned.