Learning with iPads

 Warringa Park School has a one-to-one iPad program for our staff and students.



Early Years Learning Center

The Early Years Learning Centre at Warringa Park School is a dynamic, thriving learning community where parents, staff and students share a common goal: excellence in education and personal growth.

Middle Years Learning Center

Students in the Middle Years range from 10 to 14 years of age. Students are placed in classrooms based upon their individual learning needs. We currently have around 140 students and 13 classrooms.

Bethany Road Campus

Welcome to the vibrant and supportive Year 7, 8, 9 and 10 Learning Community at the Bethany Road campus of Warringa Park School. There is a collective commitment amongst staff at Bethany Road to the cognitive and social development of your child as they transition physically, intellectually and socially into young adulthood.

Cayleys Road Campus

It is a purpose built innovative vocational environment designed for students with higher needs.  It is set in the rural surrounds of the market gardens at 10 Cayleys Road, Werribee South

VCAL Campus

The Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) is a hands on option for students in Years 11 and 12. VCAL offers students practical work-related skills experience, industry-specific learning, literacy and numeracy skills and the opportunity to build and extend personal development skills that are important for life and work.

Expressions of Interest for Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) Service

Warringa Park School is seeking expressions of interest for an Out of School Hours Care provider, pending successful State Government grant funding.  It is expected that announcements of successful schools will be made in October. The service for all 3 of the campuses will be run from the Warringa Crescent campus. The successful service provider will be required to agree with the requirements of Schedule 5 in the Licence Agreement that specifies the Establishment Grant funding arrangement between the school and the Licensee to allow the school to acquit funding annually. Please see the attached link to the licensing agreement template for your information.   


Important dates:

  • EOI Closing date: 1 October 2021
  • EOI Short List date: 6 October 2021
  • ​Shortlisted service providers invited to present to School Council: 18 October 2021
  • Decision made regarding preferred service provider: 19 October 2021
  • Preferred service provider informed of decision and beginning of contract negotiations based upon notification of successful grant: Expected October 2021
  • Commencement of service to the School: Day 1 term 1 2022 31st January 2022)

Outside School Hours Care (OSHC) service Expression of Interest


We are committed to creating an inclusive, challenging and supportive learning environment for every student.


Students at our campus explore local and global issues by engaging in experiences that support their personalised pathway. These interest based authentic experiences have the clear purpose of building skills for students to participate and communicate successfully in the world beyond our campus.


Ensure that students have access to a rich, diverse curriculum that is sequential and connected, catering for different learning styles and meeting individual needs.


Imagine the possibilities 



Enrolments are open for 2021 foundation students

If you would like an enrolment pack or more information, please fill in the form below. Someone from our enrolment team will follow up with you.

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2021 School Year:

Students resume Friday 29 January 2021
Term 1:
29 January – 1 April (10 weeks)
Term 2:
19 April – 25 June (10 weeks)
Term 3:
12 July – 17 September (10 weeks)
Term 4:
4 October – 17 December (11 weeks)

Curriculum Days 2021: 

Please contact the school if you have any concerns.

Warringa Park School
is a Child Safe School

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