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Welcome to Warriapendi Primary School – An Independent Public School

We are exceptionally proud to be one of 22 schools to receive an Excellence in Public Education Award in 2017, be nominated for School of the Year in 2018 and recognised by Sue Ellery in 2019 for NAPLAN results that were well above the national average. These awards acknowledge the outstanding work of a dedicated staff that are committed to teaching our whole school programs in an Explicit way to provide every student with a pathway to a successful future.

Our Business Plan 2022 – 2024 focuses on three priorities:

  1. We strive for excellence in teaching and learning
  2. We develop the whole child
  3. We partner with families, community and agencies

Choosing the right primary school for your child is an important decision. Our administrative team are here to help you with your application to join Warriapendi Primary. Contact the school and speak with our friendly staff to book a tour.

Latest News

School Leadership Update

Parents and Caregivers, I write to inform you of some notable changes in the existing leadership structure at Warriapendi Primary School. Late in Term 2, we formally advertised for a new Associate Principal to fill the position vacated by Erin Turner. A panel consisting of two female Principals from metropolitan schools, Mr Slavin and myself,

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Change of mandatory vaccination requirements

Dear parents and carers  The WA government announced that from 10 June 2022, the mandatory vaccination policy would be updated in line with health advice. This means that staff in schools and residential facilities will no longer need to be vaccinated.  The triple dose vaccination requirements only remain in place for those working in healthcare

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National Sorry Day

 Parents and Caregivers,  Today is National Sorry Day, a time for us all to acknowledge and understand Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who were forcibly removed from their families and communities.  To become a reconciled and culturally responsive society, we must look deeply within our own hearts to understand the injustices experienced by Aboriginal

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At Warriapendi our vision is Developing the Whole Child

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