We are now taking enquiries about instrumental music lessons with our private providers in 2022. These lessons have a weekly cost and occur during school times. All payments and ongoing communication about lessons takes place between parents/caregivers and the provider…. Continue Reading →
In celebration of STEAM Week, our virtual art gallery has been updated! Thank you to our Visual Arts specialists for sharing some samples of the stunning works their students have created while exploring line, shape, tone, colour, pattern, texture and… Continue Reading →
We are proud to present Woodend Primary School’s 2021 Arts Showcase! For many of our students this recording is the culmination of their persistence and hard work in learning their instrument of choice, undertaking a new challenge and/or pursuing a… Continue Reading →
TUNE IN this Tuesday for our Virtual Book Week Parade! Available to stream via our News Blog or Woodend Primary School Facebook page any time after 2pm.
Our students have loved learning about the Olympics. Through the theme of Tokyo 2020 students have measured and mapped, investigated and designed, planned and researched. We have taken this opportunity to further develop our understanding of Japanese culture and have… Continue Reading →
We are very excited to see our Wakakirri students take to the stage on Tuesday night. The concert starts at 7pm and can be streamed LIVE via the link below. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=I3ZmahqSTJo&feature=youtu.be
In week 5 our school will celebrate National Science Week with a program of activities offered by our Design/Technology, Kitchen and Garden Specialists. These sessions are an opportunity for our school to explore themes relating to food sustainability, showcasing some… Continue Reading →
Our school has been buzzing with excitement as we’ve watched athletes from around the world compete in this year’s Olympics and learnt about many areas of the games. Students are encouraged to help celebrate the close of the Tokyo Olympics… Continue Reading →
The eSafety Commissioner offers free webinars for parents and carers that explore the latest research and provide relevant, up-to-date examples of how to help children and young people to be safer online. These sessions are delivered by experts from the… Continue Reading →
ANZAC Day is one of the most significant days for commemoration in Australia, marking the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. Teachers have thoughtfully responded to the… Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Taya Najjar and Georgia Till for being successful in gaining a position in the Festival of Music Troupe for 2021!
This year, the NAPLAN Online test window is 11 to 21 May. Most tests will be completed online this year, however all Year 3 students will complete the writing test on paper. There are contingency measures to revert to paper… Continue Reading →
NAPLAN is a nationally developed program that provides schools, states and territories with information about how education programs are working and what areas need to be prioritised for improvement. NAPLAN tests are administered to students in years 3, 5, 7,… Continue Reading →
In December of 2020, a new compulsory policy for Department for Education schools was announced that restricts the use of mobile phones and other personal devices in primary schools. Governing Council has approved this new policy, Primary student use of… Continue Reading →