Parents/carers of Reception children will have received an email detailing the alternative arrangements for Building Connections Conversations (BCC) in Week 1(Monday 31/1 – Friday 4/1/22). The conversations continue as scheduled in the form of a Zoom or phone call. On… Continue Reading →
Dear Families, This year all classes will be using Seesaw to share and communicate with families! This replaces our use of closed class Facebook groups. Your child will post to Seesaw to share their learning. Teachers will also use Seesaw… 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 →
The Department for Education has organised a free one hour parent webinar. It is entitled ‘My Child and Me’ and is particularly targeted for parents and caregivers of 3-12 year old children. Details attached.
We have been fortunate to gain a ‘Parents In Education’ grant to support parents/carers with helping your child at school. We have put this money towards offering 4 parent/carer workshops this semester. These 4 workshops aim to increase parent/carer understanding… Continue Reading →
A Casual Clothes Day has been organised for Friday 7th December. This has been organised to raise money to fund the fireworks for our School Community End-Of-Year Celebration Night on Monday 10th December beginning at 6pm. We are looking forward… Continue Reading →
Walking through the various learning spaces so far this week has been eye-opening! There has been students presenting dioramas, teams cutting up boxes to complete a challenge, students collaborating over a maths puzzle, parents talking to classes about their field… Continue Reading →