Bardia Public School


Telephone02 9605 2459

Principal's Message

Every child matters every day

May I extend to you and your child a very warm welcome to Bardia Public School.

I feel privileged and honoured to be a part of this strong and vibrant school community - a community that pursues excellence in teaching and learning whilst nurturing the social and emotional needs of students to support them to become confident and resilient individuals. 

We pride ourselves in providing a school with a warm, safe and happy environment where students feel welcome and are cared for. Our aim is to provide opportunities that extend and challenge every student to exceed their potential and achieve personal, social and academic success.

Our motto “Persist” encompasses:

  • Pursuing excellence
  • Having mutual respect for one another
  • Supporting each other with care and consideration
  • Valuing open and honest communication
  • Being innovative and inspiring


Bardia Public School has a dedicated staff who strive for high standards in teaching and learning by continually improving their own professional knowledge and expertise to ensure students are provided with a high-quality education. Our passion for excellence is a driving force every day. We focus on providing a school that is collaborative, inclusive and maintaining whole school approaches to engage and improve student learning.

We have a highly motivated and active P&C Association whose contributions benefit our students. Becoming active in the school’s P&C committee is an excellent way to increase involvement and to work as a team to support and encourage children’s learning and development. Furthermore, our involvement in the Glenfield Network extends our partnership in the community, providing for seamless and smoother transitions for our students.

Working in partnership with you for your child’s education is paramount to achieving the success we pursue.

I invite prospective parents and students to visit our school and I look forward to working closely with you.


Yvonne Quinlan