Returning to School after Lockdown

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Dear families, School will resume on Wednesday morning (28-7-2021) and from that point there will not be an online learning program available, other than for students where families have been required to quarantine by SAHealth. Firstly, I wish to acknowledge… Continue Reading →

Wellbeing during lockdown

Thank you for your flexibility and positive action as we transition to remote learning during lockdown. Understandably, this time can  bring feelings of anxiety and stress, especially felt, strongly by children of all ages. Now, perhaps more than ever, it… Continue Reading →

Covid-19: Letter to Parents/Caregivers

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Credit Union SA – What’s Stopping You?

Year 7 to High School Update Term 2, Week 7

Casual Day – Friday the 25th of June (Week 9)

Credit Union SA – The easy way to help raise funds for our school

Principal News

Dear families, Recently I’ve returned from taking some leave. While I’ve been away there has been a strong team who continued leading the school in my absence and I would like to acknowledge Jane-Ann Natar, Cathie Luke, Aimee Aparicio, and… Continue Reading →

Retirement of WCC Director: Emmy Kiriakou

Dear Families, I have attached a letter from Emmy who many of you know well. She has been Director at the Woodend Children’s Centre long enough to have seen many of the children and families who are currently in years… Continue Reading →

Year 7 to High School Update


Entertainment Book Special – Single City Membership will be upgraded to a Multi City Membership valued at $119.99 for FREE!

Yep, that’s right! For the first time ever, anybody who purchases a $69.99 Single City Membership will be upgraded to a Multi City Membership valued at $119.99 for FREE! That’s a $50 saving and access to over 10,000 offers!!! As… Continue Reading →

Year 7 to High School Parent Update 11/5/2021


Credit Union SA – School Community Rewards

Book Club – Issue 3 Now Available

What’s been happening in Japanese? Kodomo No Hi

“Kodomo No Hi” is a celebration in Japan for Children’s Day, which is held on May 5th every year. One aspect of the day are the koi nobori, which are flying carp, that are hung outside homes of families with… Continue Reading →

Living Kaurna Centre Excursion

At the end of term 1, the Reception students visited the Living Kaurna Centre. The children learnt so many new things during this excursion. We enjoyed a tour with our guide Tom, where we were taught about bush tucker, bush… Continue Reading →

FREE WEBINAR: eSafety’s guide to parental controls

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 →

We Take a Stand Against Bullying – BULLY ZERO

“Bully Zero” Bully Prevention Workshops During the week, all students were involved in a “Bully Zero” workshop with their class. These workshops were targeted specifically to each year level and were both interactive and highly informative. The facilitators explained through… Continue Reading →

Learning Support Term 2

Our learning support programs are up and running again for term 2 and we are pleased with the progress students are making with this additional support. This term, there are a couple of significant Learning Support processes – One Plan… Continue Reading →

Commemorating ANZAC Day 2021

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 →

Festival of Music Troupe: Congratulations to Taya and Georgia!

Congratulations to Taya Najjar and Georgia Till for being successful in gaining a position in the Festival of Music Troupe for 2021!

NAPLAN testing 2021 – Information for parents and carers

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 →

Year 7 to High School in 2022 – Parent Update

Welcome to Term 2!

We hope your children enjoyed a relaxing family break and a chance to recharge ready for term 2. We look forward to the term ahead, working in partnership to support our students and young people as they learn new and… Continue Reading →

No Dogs Allowed on School Grounds

During the holiday break, we will be erecting signs on all of the school entrances around the oval area, regarding dogs on the oval. A daily occurrence is parents, teachers and students picking up dog pooh left by owners. We… Continue Reading →

Someone’s trash is someone’s treasure!!! by Heyden Day Imagine you walk into the garden at our school. You look to the left only to see an ugly cold black fence, light grey poles and it makes the garden not look… Continue Reading →

Mother’s Day Gift Stall 2021

Parent Network volunteers are excited to once again host a Gift Stall in honour of Mother’s Day. Our aim is to offer students an opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to the special people in their lives who care for them…. Continue Reading →

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