Welcome to Warragul North Primary School.

Hello friends!


Warragul North Primary School is located on beautiful Gunaikurnai country in West Gippsland.


We pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of this country. Through our ongoing learning, we aim to better care for country and appreciate the knowledge, skills, and cultural identities of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.


Our motto, ‘Together we Learn’ is supported by our school’s purpose – to provide a happy, caring, learning environment where children can achieve their potential.


Like many other schools we are still feeling our way through the impacts of COVID-19. We are working hard with our students, families and staff to reconnect to the wonder of learning as we strengthen a culture of pride, respect and equality across our school community.


Whether you are a preppie dipping your toe into school for the first time, a new student arriving from somewhere else in the world or a returning student continuing your adventure with us, we know that your experience can be a mixture of excitement and nervousness.


Our amazing staff show a genuine interest in each student, and we seek to create caring and emotionally supportive classrooms.


Literacy and numeracy are at the core of the curriculum, with learning nurtured through curiosity and creativity.


What matters to our students and families matters to us. We have awesome initiatives for our community to communicate ideas and opinions, influence change, collaborate and make decisions.


So come and say hello and explore a little more.


At Warragul North Primary School, you’re always welcome!



Literacy (is the ability to speak, listen, read and write)

Engagement (being actively involved and focused on your learning)

Achievement (means accomplishing your learning goals using effort and knowledge)

Respect (means showing regard for the feelings and rights of others)

Numeracy (is the ability to use mathematical knowledge in a range of situations)

Integrity (being honest, telling the truth, doing what you know is right and being fair)

Nurturing (means looking after each other and caring for each other in a safe manner)

Getting Along (being kind, friendly including others and co-operating with each other)



We are standing together with friends we care for and respect. The flag reminds us that Australia is our home. We must do what we can to make it peaceful and safe for everyone.


Term Dates for 2023


First term commences:
JANUARY Friday 27th    
First term concludes:
APRIL Thursday 6th
Second term commences:
APRIL Monday 24th (pupil Free Day)     
Second term concludes:
JUNE Friday 23rd
Third term commences:
JULY Monday 10th
Third term concludes:
SEPTEMBER Friday 15th
Fourth term commences:
OCTOBER Monday 2nd
Fourth term concludes:
DECEMBER Wednesday 20th





APRIL Monday 24th
AUGUST Thursday 10th
OCTOBER Thursday 26th
NOVEMBER Friday 17th
DECEMBER Thurs 14th & Fri 15th
APRIL Monday 24th
MAY Thursday 18th

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YEAR 3 - Phillip Island:
SEPTEMBER Wed 13th to Fri 15th
YEAR 4 - Mt Evelyn:
NOVEMBER Wed 22nd to Fri 24th
YEAR 5 - Mill Valley Ranch: 
JUNE Wed 14th to Fri 16th
YEAR 6 - Coonawarra Farm Resort
OCTOBER Mon 16th to Wed 18th




Our school collects, uses, discloses and stores student and parent personal information for standard school functions or where permitted by law, as stated in the School's Privacy Policy

Please take time to remind yourself of the school's collection statement, found on our Website under policies: School's Collection Statement

For more information about pricacy, see: School's Privacy Policy - information for parents. This information is also available in nine community languages.




Our school zone


Our school zone is available on findmyschool.vic.gov.au.

Findmyschool.vic.gov.au hosts the most up-to-date information about Victorian school zones for 2022 onwards.


Students residing in this zone are guaranteed a place at our school, which is determined on the basis of your permanent residential address.


The Department provides guidance through the School Placement Policy to ensure that students have access to their designated neighbourhood school and the freedom to choose other schools, subject to facility limitations.


You can find more information and answers to frequently asked questions on the Department’s website under School zones.  

Warragul North Primary School's Sun Protection Policy requires sun protection to be worn when the UV index is above three.

Remember that hats must be worn every day in Term one and Term four.

Warragul North Primary School acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we learn and play. We pay our respects to their Elders both past and present. We acknowledge that their connection to Country is both ancient and ongoing.