Below are some useful links.



Our School Council performs a fundamental role in the future directions of Harrietville Primary School. It is an elected group of parents, staff and community members who contribute in developing shared goals and strategies in order to enable students to achieve great educational outcomes.

Current Office Bearers: 
President: Eleanor Pierce 
Vice President: Jordan O’Neill 
Treasurer: Denise Mu 
Secretary: Anna Reid 
Executive Officer: Samantha Pellegrini

Elections are held at our AGM in Term 1 each year. Roles and responsibilities of a school council are outlined on the Victoria State Government Education and Training website.

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Harrietville Primary School is very fortunate to have a highly motivated and effective Parents and Friends Association. They support the school through fundraising: Harrietville Annual Duck Race, AMTRA (Australian Motorcycle Trail Riders Association) lunch provision, stalls and raffles at local events. In collaboration with School Council, they form connections and insights into the school community.

Current P&F Association: 
President: Jordan O’Neill 
Vice President: Tom Hinchliffe


Bush and outdoor learning provides many rich opportunities to make connections to knowledge about country. By connecting with stories about the community and its first peoples, many understandings of the land, plants and animals can be revealed. We run Bush School on Dhudhuroa country by the Ovens River and at the Harrietville Dredgehole plantation every Friday.


The Alpine Cluster of schools connects our 4 local small schools. This partnership enables learning, sport, cultural and social links to be developed amongst a broader range of staff and students. The schools compete in sporting carnivals (Athletics, Swimming), as well as camps and excursions. Local Principals in the cluster aim to meet once per term to enable collegiate support and sharing of ideas.

The Alpine Cluster of schools include: 
Harrietville Primary School 
Wandiligong Primary School 
Porepunkah Primary School
Bright P-12 College 
Myrtleford P-12 College