• 11-17 Bower Road PO BOX 688 Busselton WA 6280
  • 9752 4511

Welcome To West Busselton Primary

West Busselton Primary School is an Independent Public School and one of four public primary schools located in Busselton. The school opened in 1965 and currently has about 400 students from Kindy to Year Six.

As a public school we follow the Western Australian Curriculum and comply with policies and procedures as set down by the Department of Education.

Believing In Achieving

Principal's Message

We are a school with a proud history of caring for and nurturing all students. We have a strong reputation in the community and are the school of choice for many families. Visitors to our school comment on the positive, friendly vibe they feel when in our school.

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Our Latest News

Indonesian Islands

The Year 3's were showing their artistic talents by designing a totem using the name of an Indonesian island. We looked up a map of Indonesia in the atlas and students...

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Batik Bags

Students in Year 5 and Year 6 have been making 'batik' bags. Instead of using hot wax as the resist, students used a squeezy bottle with a mixture of flour...

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Butter Factory Excursion

Butter Factory Excursion. During the first week of this term, our class along with some other WBPS classess were lucky enough the visit the Butter Factory. We had a fantastic time learning...

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Amelia and her Visitor

For news this term, we had quite the suprise visitor! Amelia, her Dad and her pet pig, Lucky came in for news. Lucky is about 4 months old, a boy and loves...

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WBPS Dress Up Day

There were many amazing and creative costumes for our annual WBPS Dress Up Day. Students dressed up to represent the letters of our school and gave a gold coin donation...

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Year 4 science investigation

Last week our Year four class was involved in a science investigation. To begin with, we constructed three different designs of paper airplanes and made predictions about which would fly the...

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World Teachers Day

Staff at West Busselton celebrated World Teachers Day on Friday 28th October with a special cake for morning recess.

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Silkworms

We have been looking at the lifecycle of the silkworm. We have watched them hatch from tiny eggs and grow up to be big caterpillars. We are waiting eagerly for them...

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Indonesian Cooking - Martebak Mie

Year 3 students enjoyed cooking and eating noodle pancakes last Friday in Indonesian. They were very easy to make and also very tasty. They are called Martebak Mie and the...

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Cake Sale

Last Friday we held a cake sale to raise some funds for our excursion later on in the term. We even had an afternoon decorating cakes in preparation for this...

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Book Dress Up

Book dress up Day was a great success for Room 12. We tried hard to tie it in with the theme of Australian books and authors.

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Reward Time

  We were lucky enough in term 3 to win the faction point incentive prize. It was a sunny afternoon having so much fun on the bouncing pillow. Big thank you...

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Selamat Datang Ibu Liza

Welcome to Ibu Liza Apriana who is an Indonesian Language Assistant who will be working at West Busselton for Term 4. Ibu Liza is from kalimantan in Indonesia and will...

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Faction Carnival 2016

What started off looking like a horrible day for a carnival on the last Thursday of term 3, ended up being a great faction carnival. As the colourful factions were...

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End of Term 3 News

We've come to the end of another exciting term of learning. It has culminated in our Around The World assembly and our History excursion to Wonnerup House and The Butter...

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Gliders

This term we have been learning about “Things with Wings”. In design and Technology students were required to design a glider that could fly two metres. Here they are pictured...

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Finding out About 3 D Shapes

Students have been learning about 3D shapes and their characteristics. They are pictured enjoying making up skeleton structures with play dough and popsticks.

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Constable Care visit

Constable Care gave an entertaining visit to our school and taught the students road safety rules.

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Africa theme

In Term 2 students studied Africa and learnt about the Great Animal Migration that takes place every year. They made a large mural to show the animals that migrate to...

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French lunch

Room 8 finished off their multi –cultural studies theme with a French lunch. The Eiffel Tower restaurant set up in the class included French onion soup and garlic bread followed...

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Pirates of the Curry Bean

Don't miss out on getting your tickets for the annual drama production, Pirates of the Curry Bean. Tickets are on sale in the Drama Room before school or from the...

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Kota Saya- Designing a Town

Year 6 students are learning the words in Indonesian for places in a town. Many have been very creative in the design of their own town. We are looking forward...

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Book Fair 2016

In Week 5 the Book Fair was held in the library with the theme, Australia - Our Story. It successfully raised over $4000 which will be used to purchase reading...

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Lighthouse Construction

We have been doing a unit of work based on the wonderful story, The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch by Ronda and David Armitage.  Today we started to construct 3D lighthouses during...

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Learning More About IPads - Explain Ever…

Room 11 has been very fortunate to have one of our resident experts, Mrs Sally Baxter, working with the students to teach them how to use the IPad app Explain...

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Josh Whiteland Incursion

This term our class was fortunate enough to have a fantastic incursion by Josh Whiteland. We have been studying Indigenous education and culture and so we were very grateful for Josh...

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Measuring Capacity

In Measurement we are focussing on capacity- how much liquid or solids a container can hold. We learnt that measuring capacity is important when you are cooking. We made predictions about what container...

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Opportunities
for all students!

Teachers plan a learning program to cater for the individual needs of all their students. Students with higher ability or learning difficulties are catered for in the regular classroom.

Where necessary, additional support is provided by Education Assistants. Parents are informed when their child requires an individualised planning.

Teachers in the Early Years also use the Early Years Learning Framework to inform their planning and the school is working towards meeting the National Quality Standards.

Our Vision
Our Vision
Caring, resilient, respectful learners who have the 21st century skills to contribute to society and make a difference to the future of our world.
Our Mision
Our Mision
To develop a sense of belonging in our school that enables us to be creative, collaborative and reflective learners in a challenging, motivating environment with high standards and high expectations for all.
Our  Values
Our Values
Respect
Resilience
Persistence
Honesty

West Busselton PS

West Busselton is in an idyllic location where the coastal environment is used to enhance teaching and learning and encourage a healthy lifestyle.

School Times

School commences 8.55am
Recess 11.05 – 11.25
Lunch 12.55 – 1.35
End of school 3.05
Uniform Shop
FRIDAY 8.30am – 9.30am.