New Aveley North Primary School gets set to open its doors

  • Aveley North Primary School to open for kindergarten and pre-primary students next year
  • The school will cater for kindergarten to Year 6 in 2019

Work is well underway at Aveley North Primary School ahead of opening the doors for kindergarten and pre-primary students to start the 2018 school year.


Stage 1 of the new school includes an early childhood annexe, playground facilities, an administration block and a carpark and will be completed by the end of this year.


Students from kindergarten to Year 6 will attend from 2019 when the school is completed with five permanent teaching blocks, an administration area, dental therapy centre, undercover area, library and extensive sporting facilities with multi-purpose courts and an oval.


After extensive consultation with the community, Aveley North Primary School has been confirmed as the school name.
Member of Swan Hills Jessica Shaw today toured the site with Principal Chris Brackenreg, who joins the school from Roseworth Primary School in Girrawheen.

Aveley North Primary School is on the corner of Egerton Drive and Strinesdale Boulevard, Aveley.

Comments attributed to Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery:
“Aveley North Primary School will provide a quality education for local kids in first class facilities.”

“The north eastern suburbs continue to grow and its important local families can access top quality schools in the area.”

“Aveley North Primary School will work closely with the school community to ensure each student has the opportunity to develop their individual skills and talents.”

Comments attributed to the Member for Swan Hills Jessica Shaw:

“Our new primary school will be a very welcome addition for local families and will help relieve pressure on other local primary schools.”

“Principal Chris Brackenreg is joining Aveley North Primary School with years of experience and has been working hard, alongside the local community, to create clear plans and strategies to give students the best opportunity to learn and achieve their potential.”

“The school’s curriculum will continue to evolve to respond to new trends and give students experiences and learning opportunities specific to their individual needs.”