At Yanchep Beach Primary School, learning is an exciting journey.

Yanchep Beach Primary School

Inviting, welcoming and stimulating, our school is designed to engage the curious minds of our students. 

We believe that children learn best when learning experiences are meaningful, engaging and connected to prior learning.

Welcome to Yanchep Beach Primary School. 

Yanchep Beach Primary School is located at the heart of the coastal community of Yanchep, Western Australia.

At YBPS, learning is an exciting journey, our students are our heart and our goal is to inspire our young minds to grow!

At Yanchep Beach Primary School, learning is an exciting journey.

We promote equity and excellence so that all students become:

Interested in joining our thriving school community?  Read more about Enrolments →


To find out what's happening in and around our school you can visit our Facebook page for the latest YBPS community news. 

Important updates and bulletins are also delivered to our enrolled community via our Compass portal.


Staying informed

Important updates and bulletins are delivered to our enrolled community via our Compass portal in addition to our social news feed and school calendar.

School Calendar

Our public calendar includes important dates and events at Yanchep Beach Primary School. 

Additional calendar events for enrolled students are also published to our Compass portal.


School Hours & Break Times

8:15am - Gates open

8:45am - Classrooms open

8:50am - Learning begins

11:00am-11:40am - Lunch

1:40pm-2:00pm - Recess

3:00pm - End of the day

We acknowledge and respect the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which our students live and are educated throughout Western Australia.

We acknowledge and understand that Elders, parents, families and communities are the first educators of their children and we recognise and value the cultures and strengths that Aboriginal children bring to the classroom. Aboriginal people have a long tradition of teaching and learning through sharing their connections with country, community, language and culture, and through their oral histories, stories and lived experiences that are passed from generation to generation. We recognise and value the learning that Aboriginal children bring with them from their homes and communities into the classroom.