- josh reid Principal
- KATIE BERGIN Year 5/6 teacher
- Lisa dekelinG & MICHAEL HAYYear 3/4 teachers
- BRIANNA RENSHAW Year 1/2 teacher
- CLAIRE EDWARDS Foundation/Year 1 teacher
- margaret cheesley French and Science teacher
- courtney white
- Educational Support
- STACEY THOMAS Wellbeing Coordinator
- ANGELA GRANTHAM Business Manager
- BARB SPRANGE Educational Support
- EMILY MORRIS Educational Support
- WARREN EYLES Grounds and Maintenance
- MICHAEL CLEAR IT Manager
- gREG WHITE Cleaner
- Heather EarlesVisiting Art teacher
- EMMA KEYS
- Educational Support
At Wahgunyah Primary School, all teachers share responsibility for all students. We are a single community coming together for a single purpose, highly relevant and engaging education for all students at their own level.
We have a great balance of expertise, gender and experience at the school. Our amazingly talented staff provide a variety of engaging and valuable learning opportunities for all students (not just the ones in their direct class).
Our staff have experience in French, Science, music, drama, film-making, cooking, kitchen gardening, technology and coding, counselling, critical thinking, sport, discovery play and much more. This enables us to run specialist lessons every Thursday and Friday afternoon giving our students the chance to learn from all teachers during the week.
We have a very active and progressive School Council which meets twice a term.
The role of the Council is to work together to set the broad vision and goals for the school. This includes strategic planning and policy making. The Council also engages in activities that support the school such as fundraising, working bees, and forging links with the wider community.
The school also has a very active Parent Group which organises many fundraisers and special treats, such as Friday lunches, throughout the term. They also provide a great opportunity for new parents and carers to meet people and get involved withthe school.
Wahgunyah is located in North East Victoria on the banks of the Murray River. It is approximately 3 hours drive from Melbourne, the state capital. It is approximately 40 minutes drive from the regional cities of Albury- Wodonga, and is located just across the border from Corowa.
The region is known for its wine industry and Wahgunyah is the home of Uncle Tobys, a major employer in the area.