Bremer Bay Primary School is in the Southwest Education Region and is located 180km east of Albany. The school was established in 1953. Students attending the school are drawn from the Bremer Bay town site, Point Henry housing estate and surrounding farms. There are currently 27 students enrolled from Kindergarten through to year 6.
The staff and community collaborate together to provide diverse educational learning opportunities and specialist programs such as Dance. Indonesian is delivered through SABA software by teachers located at the School of Isolated and Distance Education, these teachers also visit the school throughout the year to deliver hands on activities face to face with the students.
Bremer Bay Primary School has received wonderful support from local community organisations and businesses through financial assistance, volunteers and use of resources. Our school P&C are passionate and effectively raise funds to further support school initiatives and provide resources for the students. Our School Council consists of the Principal, two staff members and three parents. This committee collaborates to discuss school finances, whole school planning and protocol, including school uniforms. 2013 saw the school council, along with the wider school community; develop an updated vision for our school which has refocused staff and families on what we want for our students at Bremer Bay Primary and is currently employed and relevant in 2017 and beyond.