Local Schools

Jerramungup District High School
Jerramungup DHS currently caters for students from K to 10. Students from five small towns and communities in the region attend Jerramungup District High School for their secondary education. Jerramungup DHS works very closely with these schools to ensure that the transition between the two is seamless. A school bus service is available to transport students to the school from each community and farm in the region. Other educational facilities in Jerramungup include a playgroup, day care centre, community resource centre.

With the school motto 'Strive to Achieve', students achieve high standards of academic and social achievement through participation and engagement in the school's inclusive, safe and stimulating learning environments. Our school vision encompasses all of this with the following statements:
Together we strive to inspire life-long learning. Together we will strive to:

Many of the school's staff have been at the school for some time which creates stability for the school's programs and a knowledge of the ongoing needs and interests of the students that can be addressed in the programs. The school endeavours to immerse students in a range of cultural, curriculum enrichment, academic extension, sporting events and camps.

School facilities include a computer laboratory, science laboratory, home economics room, design and technology centre, kindergarten, pre-primary centre, library, a 25m swimming pool, canteen, oval and a large enclosed undercover assembly and activity area. Air conditioning has been installed throughout the school and all classrooms have access to iPads which are networked throughout the school and have access to the internet.

For further details contact the school on (08) 9835 1233 or email jerramungup.dhs@education.wa.edu.au

Bremer Bay Primary School
Bremer Bay Primary School first opened in 1953 and today is a level-three school with roughly 40 students ranging from kindergarten through to year six.

The size of the school means staff are able to demonstrate care for each student’s overall progress and wellbeing providing a unique opportunity to individualise programs and cultivate a strong sense of belonging to the school community. Bremer Bay Primary School is a community focussed school set in unique and pristine surroundings, thus having a strong focus on developing and teaching sustainable environmental practices as well as forging strong links with the wider community.

The school endeavours to utilise the surroundings and resources within the Bremer Bay community to allow all students to achieve “success with integrity”, both academically and socially.

For further details contact the school on (08) 9837 4010 or email vanessa.rodda@education.wa.edu.au

Gairdner Primary School
The school opened in 1960 and currently caters for approximately 40 students, from Kindergarten to Year 6. Facilities at the school include a covered sports area, a dedicated library, plus another room dedicated for Science, Technology and Art. The school also participates in the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Program, encouraging students to live and eat in a healthy manner.  

With an experienced support team of Education Assistants, Librarian and Registrar, combined with dedicated teaching time in small classes, all students receive an excellent education as staff are able to cater for individual learning programs where appropriate.

Our staff work collaboratively to provide the best learning programmes, resources and promote student progress. The school endeavours to set clear monitoring processes on which to make judgements and draw conclusions, engaging professionals and enhancing teacher professional development where necessary.

Parents and the local community are extremely supportive and play an integral part in the stability and success of the school. The development of future students is encouraged during playgroup where parents and children visit the school each month to share story time and play with the younger students.

For further details contact the school on (08) 9836 1014 or email gairdner.ps@education.wa.edu.au.

This item was last updated on 16 May 2016


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