Bayswater Primary School celebrates its 125th year in 2019. The school was first established in 1894 and was known as the Bayswater State School. Miss Mary Bell was the first teaching Principal. As a coeducational government primary school, we cater for all years from Kindergarten to Year 6. For 125 years we have been situated in the heart of the Bayswater village, just 8km from the Perth CBD, Western Australia.
The school is a conglomerate of old, upgraded and modern buildings. Our library, undercover area and administrative facilities were completed in 1994. A new Pre-primary building, Art and Music buildings were completed in 2010 and continue to establish well maintained buildings and grounds and with up to date resources.
Bayswater Primary School provides a safe inclusive and visually engaging environment in which every student is supported and encouraged to achieve their potential, as successful learners.
Our school promotes and encourages a sense of community involving staff, students, parents and the wider community, who work together to provide and develop positive relationships.
We celebrate a proud history and reputation for excellence. We have a diverse student population with a real family atmosphere. We strive for a dynamic learning community that is supportive and works collaboratively. Staff use explicit teaching strategies and shared leadership that drive the education and paedology of the school to develop resilient learners.
For 2019 we have an enrolment of approximately 420 students, with 16 classrooms across Kindergarten through to Year 6.