Nungarin is a small Wheatbelt Shire in the Central Wheatbelt of Western Australia and located approximately 300kms East of Perth.
Nungarin Primary School was established in 1913. And was supported by many students from the 5BOD Army Camp that had originally set up an Ordinance Base in Nungarin during the war. From early enrolments of up to 100 students, we currently now fluctuate numbers of between 15 and 20 students.
Trends following the finish of the Base Ordinance Depot showed that students were mainly from a farming background. However, due to the decline in farming over recent years our farming families are now the minority group of our student population.
Nungarin Primary School exists to provide a place that promotes student enjoyment and the necessary knowledge, skills and values that empower all students to realise their potential as independent, responsible, active members of our community. Our vision is achieved in partnership with families and the community.
Nungarin Primary School is a Level 3 Primary School and provides educational services to the children of Nungarin and surrounding farms. Our school has students from Kindergarten to Year 6.
The Nungarin P&C Association holds their Annual General Meeting in February each year, followed by a general meeting at the conclusion of election of Office Bearers.
General meetings are held once per term at the school (usually 4 meetings per year), and mostly on a Wednesday afternoon (early close day, immediately after school).
Dates for meetings will be published in the school newsletter and on the school calendar.