We work closely with our supportive, enthusiastic community who are keen to assist in delivering a school of excellence, where children are encouraged and provided with opportunities to succeed.


It is a pleasure and privilege to be appointed as Foundation Principal of this wonderful school. Aveley North PS opened in the suburb of Aveley in two stages. Stage one housed in transportable buildings opened in 2018 for Kindergarten and Pre Primary students and  Stage two followed in 2019 for students from Kindergarten to Year 6. We are excited to be working in such wonderful new facilities.

Aveley North is an Independent Public School and works closely with a supportive, enthusiastic community eager to assist in setting up a school of excellence where children can be the very best they can.

We have worked hard to assemble a strong diverse team of teachers and support staff to give our school the strength and unique flavour that distinguishes it as a school of choice in the area. Our aim is to assist all students to achieve their potential and thrive. We believe our school motto embraces the partnership we share in this journey:

Together We Succeed

In partnership with parents, the community and relevant agencies we want to develop a holistic approach to learning that caters for each child’s academic, social and emotional needs.

At Aveley North PS we value the whole child acknowledging that academic, social, emotional and physical pursuits must be evenly addressed. We believe that knowing our students individually, culturally and developmentally is as important as knowing the content we teach and that relationships are the key to success. Forming connections with our students and their families is vital for long term success.

Our students’ success is our success. To achieve these aims, we maintain a safe and open environment where clear and frequent communication with you, the primary educators, is encouraged. A school’s success relies heavily on the support of parents who constitute a School Board and a P&C Association. Both these organisations aim to gain your support and opinions on how we are functioning.

If you would like to know more about us, I encourage you to get in touch or visit us in person.

With best wishes,

Chris Brackenreg
Principal