Welcome to Woodford Primary School

Woodford Primary School is located on the upper banks of the Merri River nine kilometres north of the rural city of Warrnambool. The picturesque rural setting incorporates a variety of learning spaces with the 1850ís original building and a range of other buildings. The school is the community hub in Woodford, an area with a range of subdivision developments and lifetsyle blocks.  Our students live in the immediate Woodford/Bushfield area, as well as coming from areas such as Mailor's Flat, Grasmere, Wangoom, Purnim, Dennington and Warrnambool. 33% of students live  in the immediate Woodford/Bushfield community, 33% live in the surrounding rural communities and 33% travel from Warrnambool.

Our school does not have a zoning system that excludes enrolments.   If you are interested at enrolling, please contact us to arrange a time that suits you for a tour of the school.

We are currently taking enrolments for 2017 Prep classes.  Due to limitations on class sizes we encourage families to enrol promptly.

Please explore our website and class blogs to see what life is about when you join the Woodford Primary School community.

We are able to provide our students an expansive learning experience during their schooling with us.  Woodford students are well known the Warrnambool community for their sporting, musical and community involvement and achievements

 The school is dedicated to providing a range of learning experiences that provides each student to reach their full potential. The core curriculum is centred around the development of Literacy and Numeracy for all students, incorporating a 21st Century Learning environment for students and staff.

Specialist teachers provide the opportunity for weekly lessons in Music/Performing Arts, Physical Education/Sport, Science and Chinese Language, with 60 minute weekly lessons for every year level in each specialist subject.

As part of our involvement in the Science Specialist Program our school has become a leader of S.T.E.M (science, technology, engineering and maths) curriculum.  All students are becoming confident in a variety of STEM learning opportunities, such as robotics, coding, and engineering.