Principals message

Welcome to our School. It is a privilege to be Principal at Bungaree Primary School and every day brings new challenges and rewards.

Bungaree Primary has a vibrant learning environment and the staff are committed to our students and to their learning. We have a shared vision to provide a supportive and challenging learning environment which embodies a culture of respect.  Our students will develop a love of learning and strive for personal excellence.

Our staff are passionate about student learning and aim to create a culture of excellence. We aim to improve the chance of success for all students by providing them with multiple opportunities to excel throughout their primary education. We provide access to quality learning, both within the curriculum and co-curricular.

We believe that all individuals in our school should have every opportunity extended to them to assist them in reaching their full potential. Bungaree Primary is a place where children learn, parents help and teachers teach.

Bungaree Primary provides an active learning environment where children are encouraged to explore.

We have a strong culture of inclusivity and we strive to create a safe, happy and beneficial school environment. We have a close working relationship with Peel Language Development School (PLDS) with four classes being part of a shared school campus.

If you are looking for a partnership with an Independent Public School that delivers a unique and stimulating educational environment, where your child is valued, nurtured and encouraged to reach their full potential, then we believe Bungaree Primary is the place for your family.

As you read through this website, you will get a feel for the vibrancy and strength of our school. Information books provide an overview of our school’s operations and this information is supplemented each fortnight via our school newsletter.

Browse our website and see for yourself the amazing opportunities provided to our students making their Bungaree Primary School experience unique.

Sharon Albers-Smith