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Welcome to Warburton Primary School. Staff, students, parents and Principal Cameron Heath extend you a warm welcome to our school website.  For up to date news see our Facebook page

Warburton Primary School has a fantastic group of teachers and a great range of activities to offer your child. Incorporating the Walker Learning Approach and Learn as you Play - our staff and teachers look forward to welcoming your child into our friendly and dynamic learning environment. As part of our curriculum we offer African drumming workshops, piano, violin, nature based learning, investigative approaches and sustainability programs. Our school enrolment of 80 promotes integration between older and younger children, with younger children in the school all having an older 'school buddy'. Enrol now for 2014 and give your child access to a wonderful world of learning at Warburton Primary. Call us on 03 5966 2010 to arrange a school tour. Now is the time enrol and secure your child a place at Warburton Primary.

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Term 1, 2014 is up and running! School Captains have been announced, Activity After School basketball has started, Wednesday breakfast Club up and running. See our Facebook page for WPS updates

Great to see Warburton Primary school families have settled back into another school year. Our school website is here to house our newsletters and online resources - for all news updates - see our Facebook page for pics and updates direct from teachers and students.

Paul Jackson
On behalf of the Warburton Primary School Council.


Let there be wraps! - Let the wraps be eaten! - Free Healthy Lunch Day for all WPS children

Warburton Primary School - funded and organised by Warburton Primary Parents and Friends Group - provide an annual series of 'free healthy lunches' for children at Warburton Primary. Today we enjoyed delicious, healthy wraps, tailor made with multiple options for different food needs. Thanks to Mark and Apple for the yummy food - and the all parents who helped clean up after :)

Let there be wraps!  Let there be warp eating

African Dance Classes - Maroondah Dam Excursion

Warburton Primary School kids definitely don't just sit in the class. BORING! They get out and about, they move as they learn about new cultures - and they move and learn outside at the annual Maroondah Dam excursion. Team work, supporting each other, working together wins the day.

African drumming classes at Warby Primary  

Parenting Blog - Becoming better parents

Waburton Primary School is a vibrant, caring school community situated in extensive and picturesque grounds in the Upper Yarra Valley at Warburton.

Our school is built on sound relationships with our students and wider school community, who are an integral part of the school's operations.

Warburton students are actively engaged in a broad curriculum that has Literacy and Numeracy as a focus, yet caters for their creative and physical needs.

We accept new enrolments at any time. If you are considering our school for your child, a visit to view our facilities and discuss your needs can be arranged at any time. Enrolment is a simple process, forms and additional information can be obtained from our school office or during your visit. Email or Ph 03 5966 2010



Sustainability at Warburton Primary School

Warburton Primary was granted funding through Resource Smart Aussi Vic, an initiative of Sustainability Victoria, for teachers and students to undertake the Core Module of the Sustainability in Schools’ Program. We were assisted through our journey by Kirsty Costa from CERES Community Environment Park (see Warburton primary School CERES page http://sustainability.ceres.org.au/warburtonps ) and after numerous workshops, classroom and whole school activities and planning meetings, we achieved the first step towards a five year plan; the Core Module in Sustainable Schools



Our Vision, Beliefs and Values

To provide a caring and challenging learning community that encourages students to achieve their personal best in an environment of mutual respect and co-operation

What is going on in the Boggy Patch?

We call it ‘the Multi-Purpose Space Project’ … but feel free to suggest a better name! Over many years, groundwater emerging below the Horners Road embankment has made this area unusable (and ‘out-of-bounds’) most of the time, particularly following higher than average rainfall over preceding months.

We – Bruce Normand, Jed Mahoney and occasional helpers – aim to transform the area into an interesting and inviting space: a School asset which not only rehabilitates an environmentally degraded area but benefits both students and the broader community...more