What's Happening at Neville Bonner Primary School

Writing Fair

Posted on 08 Sep 2017

Writing Fair

Market Day!

Posted on 08 Sep 2017

Market Day

The Future of Education

Posted on 08 Sep 2017

The Future of Education

School Photos!

Posted on 11 Aug 2017

School Photos

Earn and Learn

Posted on 11 Aug 2017

Earn and Learn

Hats On - Monday 31st July

Posted on 05 Aug 2017

Hats On Monday 31st July

Immersion Visit

Posted on 05 Aug 2017

Natalie Howson Twitter Post

On Thursday the 20th July we hosted our ‘Immersion Visit’. A group of Principals, Deputy Principals and Directors visited our school, spending half a day observing the children’s learning and sharing in reflections on our school’s growth as a place of learning. Our focus for the visit was learning in mathematics and the utilisation of our built environment to optimise learning opportunities. We were delighted that Natalie Howson, our Director General was able to join our ‘Immersion Visit’. Our guests were impressed with the children’s engagement in learning and the deep investment of all of our staff in improving outcomes for all our children.


The above image was posted by our Director General, Natalie Howson on her Twitter Feed after the ‘Immersion Visit’.

Neville Bonner Primary School 2018 Enrolments Now Open!

Posted on 25 Apr 2017

Enrol Now

Neville Bonner Primary School 2018 Enrolments Now Open!

Special Visitors!

Posted on 09 Feb 2017

Special Visitors

Today we were delighted to welcome the Chief Minister, Mr Andrew Barr, Education Minister, Ms Yvette Berry and the Director General Education Directorate, Ms Natalie Howson to our school.   Their visit to our school coincides with the anniversary of one hundred days of Government since the last ACT election. Chief Minister Barr, Minister Berry and Ms Howson visited the newly re-furbished preschool facilities and our new buildings at the far end of the school. Pari  and Ashish  from Year 6 led our visitors on a tour and described the outstanding new facilities for our children.   Our visitors shared a deep interest in our school and community, asking the children many questions! 

Important Dates for the Beginning of the 2017 School Year

Posted on 12 Dec 2016


Posted on 08 Dec 2016

In place of this performance, there will be another Matinee on TUESDAY 13 DECEMBER AT 9.30 am.

We apologise that we are unable to schedule an alternative evening performance. We realise this will be disappointing for families. We thank you for your understanding.

Kmart Christmas Wishing Tree Appeal

Posted on 28 Nov 2016

Kmart Christmas Wishing Tree Appeal’


On Friday the 25th of November K-Mart Gungahlin launched their first ‘Christmas Wishing Tree Appeal’.  

A group of 20 students from year one were asked to represent Neville Bonner Primary to help kick off the event.  We sang a song for the crowd, decorated the tree, and were honoured to make the first donations to the cause. 

There was also a surprise visit from Santa and some of his friends.  We were very proud of the children and the way they represented our school at this special occasion.

Volunteer Morning Tea

Posted on 26 Nov 2016

Vounteer Morning Tea


At Neville Bonner Primary School we really value and appreciate all the hard work our volunteers do for us.

We would like to invite you to a ‘Volunteer Morning Tea’ on Wednesday, 7th December at 10:30am, straight after our morning Assembly.

Please let our Reception staff know, by Tuesday 6th December, if you would like to attend.

P & C - Book Club!

Posted on 26 Nov 2016

P & C Book Club


Thank you to all the families who supported the book club in 2016.

With the generous support of the school community, the Parents and Citizen's Association were able to donate over $1500 worth of resources to the school library.

RSPCA Visit!

Posted on 26 Nov 2016


At each of our Assemblies this week, we were treated to a surprise visit from a four legged client of the RSPCA!  Our Student Council, organised a fund raising day for the RSPCA, and we were all rewarded by the presence of our special canine visitor.

Thank you to the Student Council for organising such a special event for all of us.

One Walk 2106

Posted on 26 Nov 2016

One Walk 2016


The Student Council would like to thank our generous community for their support with our One Walk event. Our school raised $711.90 from your kind donations! This money will go straight to help finding a cure for Type One Diabetes. The children, teachers, staff and community members had a fabulous time walking in the sunshine.

The Work of Worms!

Posted on 22 Nov 2016

Did you know there are over 400 different types of worms?  Composting worms are specific species of the earth worm family.  Our worm farm hosts three types Tiger, Red Wrigglers and Indian Blues.

Each week our worms consume 100kg of organic waste.  That’s a lot of rubbish!

The result of this hard work is a byproduct called castings.  Lovely, rich fertiliser.

The worms have produced approximately 1 ton of compost over the past year and it’s now time to move it to the garden.

Next Tuesday 22nd of November we will move the worms to a new home and the castings to the garden.   This is a significant milestone, as a community we have made some very green footsteps.

Families and friends are  invited to participate next Tuesday. Bring your wheelbarrow and shovel if you like getting in amongst it, we have a lot of dirt and castings to move, even 30 minutes of your time would make a difference.  Alternatively if you would like to watch the moving of the worms feel free to drop by during the day 9am-3pm.

We have GONE GREEN, help us celebrate.

Grandparents and Special Friends Day

Posted on 22 Nov 2016

Grandparents Day

On Monday and Thursday the children were very excited to welcome their grandparents and special friends to Neville Bonner Primary School.  The children showed them what a typical classroom looks like in 2016. The Music Enrichment group and the Year 6 Band performed for the grandparents and special friends on Monday.

We would like to thank all our visitors for helping the children enjoy their morning activities.

World Teachers' Day - Friday 28th October

Posted on 22 Nov 2016

World Teacher's Day

Every day, teachers and those who work in schools are making a difference educating and inspiring young people across our country.

World Teachers' Day is an opportunity to acknowledge our teachers and school staff and say thanks for the significant contributions they make in our classrooms and communities.

Celebrated in more than 100 countries world-wide, World Teachers' Day was established by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) in 1994 to recognise the role of teachers in society.

World Teachers' Day is held internationally on 5 October. As the day usually falls during school holidays, Australia celebrates on the last Friday of October each year.

Get involved – say thank you to teachers and school staff!