“Welcoming you and your child to South Padbury Primary School.
A school with a country feel in a city location.”

The staff and School Board welcome you to South Padbury Primary School. South Padbury Primary was established in 1989 and is a school that boasts a ‘country feel in a city location’. As a community focused school in pursuit of knowledge and friendship, South Padbury offers students supportive learning programs, spaces and opportunities to grow and thrive.

With a moral purpose centred around collaboration, inclusion and ‘Being The Change’ for our students, community and each other, staff at South Padbury Primary School are committed to ongoing improvement in both academic and non-academic student endeavours. Our school has a strong emphasis on social development, etiquette and enrichment, both within the classroom and through additional programs. The school also creates engaging opportunities for students through music ensembles, choir, bush conservation and bird watching, environmental sustainability through an Urban Tiny Forest project, student leadership, games and play-based learning, women’s AFL and special interest clubs.

We are committed to making a difference for every student in every classroom every day, by addressing the school’s achievement challenges through focused targets and supportive improvement planning, that will form the foundations for every student beginning their own pathway to a successful future.

Cass Disisto – Principal


“Pursuit of knowledge and friendship”

Building a learning community where students, parents and teachers work together to develop partnerships and foster life-long learning.

Acknowledgment of Country

“We respectfully acknowledge the past and present traditional custodians of this land on which we are meeting, the Wajuk people. It is a privilege to be standing on Noongar country.

We also acknowledge the contributions of Aboriginal Australians and non-Aboriginal Australians to the education of all children and people in this country we all live in and share together – Australia.”