Gunbower Primary School

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Our School

Gunbower Primary School is a vibrant modern, well-resourced learning environment. We have been fortunate to be part of the Primary Schools for the 21st Century program and now have a new learning centre. Gunbower Primary School staff is committed to continuous improvement and achieving excellence in teaching and learning. We are committed to maintaining an emphasis on developing school, family and community partnerships in a small rural district. Our programs are designed to cater for the needs of each child and include a range of enrichment and additional assistance.



Term 1 - 2017

13th March - Public Holiday

14th March - School Council meeting

20th - 22nd March - Grade 5/6 Doxa Camp

27th March - Welcome BBQ & Disco

30th March - Gr 3 - 6 River Detectives

31st March - Last Day of Term













Student Learning

 Gunbower Primary School is proud of its achievements as demonstrated in our student performance data. Our measurable data from a range of assessments is similar to or higher than other schools on adjusted school performance. The school comparison measures show we are excelling, with performance well above the predicted range for our students.

Student attendance is better than the Victorian median with continued improvement shown on the 3 year trend data.

The Student Attitudes to School survey measures students' sense of belonging to, and enjoyment of, their school. Our students like our school and continue to contribute strongly to the culture and learning environment .

Our 2010 results indicate that our students are motivated to learn and feel connected and safe at school. Gunbower Primary School has worked diligently to maintain such high levels of student engagement and connectedness, so the continuing upward trend is most pleasing. These scores are a credit to teachers' responsiveness and adaptability.


Gunbower is a town in northern Victoria, Australia. The town is located in the Shire of Campaspe, 272 kilometres (169 mi) north of the state capital, Melbourne on the banks of Gunbower Creek.