The Hutchins Junior School was opened on in Macquarie Street with 65 enrolments, however, primary-aged students had been enrolled at Hutchins since its inception. The Junior School Headmaster in was W H Tennant with Sub-Primary teacher Miss E M Elliott. The Junior School included a large schoolroom and separate Kindergarten room. Students had a play area and garden, and were able to experience dramatic plays and Pedlars’ Parades to suit their age-level. Hutchins also had its own Cub pack by .
In , a proposal for a Sub-Primary block at Sandy Bay was presented and completed by . The separate Junior School opened in .
Over the years the size of the Junior School increased, allowing for activities such as choir, chess, robotics, sport and debating. Junior School was again expanded in , with the frontage being added in . The mosaic that you see on the right of the entrance to the Junior School was added under the guidance of Art teacher, Mrs Rebecca Terry during the redevelopment.