About Us

Bass Valley Primary School is a rural school situated between the Bass Highway and the small Coastal town of Corinella. It is surrounded by the small coastal townships of Corinella, Grantville, Bass and Coronet Bay. The school’s 250 students mostly travel to school by bus from the surrounding townships and rural settlements within a five kilometre radius.

The school was created with the consolidation of seven rural primary schools; Bass, Corinella, Grantville, Kernot, Kilcunda, Woodleigh and Woolamai, and was officially opened on 5th February, 1979. The school was rebuilt in 2000 with excellent, well-designed facilities that support an acitve learning environment. The redevelopment was the achievement of 10 years of planning and a capital works project costing almost $2 million dollars. At the start of 2001 the rebuild was complete and the school is very proud of its modern and spacious facilities.

A strong history of community involvement has made Bass Valley Primary the proud school it is today. The school has been lucky to have had many past and present families prepared to be committed to the schools development.

Bass Valley Primary School has a central core building together with three relocatable classrooms. One relocatable is used as an Art Room. The school has a full sized basketball/gymnasium and a 12m heated outdoor swimming pool. In the main building there is an excellent administration area, together with the school and senior staff offices, a first aid area and a spacious staff amenities area.

The large grounds are a feature of the school. There are extensive active and passive play areas for students which include colorful modern junior and senior play equipment, large sandpits and netball and basketball courts. There are large grassed areas as well as an oval and a fitness track around the site with several activity stations. The fitness track is also used for bicycle riding.

  • Spacious grounds
  • Vegetable garden
  • Specialist Classrooms- Art, Music, Science, Library and ICT centre.
  • Wetlands and outdoor learning area

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