Our School

About Us

Our School

Wembley Primary offers a comprehensive range of opportunities to encourage students to build on their personal strengths. This develops their self concept, resilience and confidence to attempt new things and to have the opportunity to work with other students.

Welcome To Our Website

welcome It is with a great deal of pride that the staff, students and parents welcome you to the Wembley Primary School community. Wembley Primary School, established in 1936, has a tremendous tradition of academic excellence, community support and the provision of a wide range of opportunities to develop the skills, interest and knowledge of all children in our care.

Wembley Primary School strives to provide a learning environment that is underpinned by a strong set of values. As a staff we work together to develop in students the values that will stand them in good stead for the future. Our aim is for students to develop positive relationships, to be accepting of difference, to appreciate the environment and to be respectful. We believe there is a positive tone and spirit evident immediately when walking into Wembley Primary School, with children, staff and parents proud of the school’s achievements.

We all join in wishing you a happy and successful time as part of our school community.

  • Our School

    Wembley Primary School, an Independent Public School since 2011, prides itself on aspiring to high standards through working in Professional Learning Communities where the focus is on a consistent approach to learning and teaching, student results and quality teaching.

    Our Students

    Wembley Primary School students are an outstanding group of young people. They are confident, well mannered and represent a diverse range of backgrounds. Generally they set high standards for themselves and certainly staff and parents have high expectations academically, socially and physically. There is a strong ethos of doing well and an acceptance of others which creates a positive culture and tone amongst the student body. The senior students are given diverse leadership opportunities and they aspire to be selected. Once in these roles, the students display initiative and responsibility, and are respected throughout the school.
  • Non Compulsory Schooling

    Applications for all Government Schools for Kindergarten can only be made the year prior to their eligibility and applications close usually the end of July. Applications received after the closing date will be placed on a waiting list.

    Compulsory School

    Pre-Primary - 6. Applications can be made the year prior to your request for attendance or at any time if you are residing in the intake area. All students of compulsory schooling age residing in the intake area will be accepted, unless restricted by some visa conditions.

    Click here for further enrolment information.

    Kindergarten Applications 2018 - NOW CLOSED

    Applications are being taken for Kindergarten 2018. If your child was born between July 1, 2013 and June 30, 2014 they are eligible to attend Kindergarten in 2018.

    Please call at the Administration Office between 8am and 4pm for an Application for Enrolment Form or click here for further information.


    Please note application forms are due back to the office by Friday 21st July, 2017.


    Pre-Primary Applications 2018

    Applications are being taken for Preprimary 2018. If your child was born between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013 they are eligible to attend Preprimary in 2018.

    An ‘Application for Enrolment Form’ for current Wembley Primary School Kindergarten children will be distributed in Term 3.

  • All visitors must sign in at the administration on arrival and when leaving the premises.


    Our Contact Details

    41 Grantham Street Wembley WA 6014
    Phone 93839388
    Fax 9387 8933

    School Map

    Click here for a copy of our school map.
  • Student Contact Details

    It is very important that the contact details we hold for your child/ren are kept up to date at all times. If any of your details have changed in the last twelve months and you have not advised the school, please advise the applicable changes to the office as soon as possible. This includes address details, home and mobile phone numbers, email addresses and other contacts in case of emergencies. We thank you for your assistance in this matter.
    Also, updated contact details can be filled out on a P&C Family Contact List Update Form available from the office. If more convenient, these details can also be advised directly to Sam Stripp, the P&C Communication Officer.
  • Students Leaving and Returning to School during School Hours

    Parents must complete a Child Release Form at Reception, have it signed by a member of the Office staff and then take the form to the child’s teacher or the teacher on duty.

    Students will not be released without the form.

State budget 2016-2017


Public education budget 2016-2017

The State Government has released its 2016-17 State Budget including the budget for Education and Training.