Welcome To Woodville Primary School

When it comes to schools, Woodville is truly Wyndham’s best kept secret!  Situated at the end of a quiet suburban street, it is spacious and quiet with approximately 350 students.  Every member of our community is valued and known.  Woodville is big enough to provide a full range of programs but small enough to ensure every student is known and respected for the special talents they have – from a happy smile to a medal-winning talent – we value what your child brings to our community.

Woodville proudly offers a comprehensive education for students from Prep to Grade 6.  With excellent facilities and large open spaces in which to run and play, your child will have endless opportunities to learn and socialise in a warm and welcoming environment.

We are committed to providing quality teaching and learning experiences in a safe, productive and caring environment; one that offers your child the very best.  Above all else, what we focus on is preparing your child for their future in later years of education and beyond:

  • Skills to grow and learn in an ever-changing educational landscape
  • To be creative, independent thinkers well equipped to take on challenges and solve problems
  • To be responsible and caring citizens.

We pride ourselves on knowing our students – we recognise and embrace the fact that children come to Woodville with different backgrounds and experiences.  Together we will embrace students’ individuality whilst moving forward as a united learning community.

Announcements

  • Father’s Day Stall

    As previously stated in our last newsletter, planning for our annual Father’s Day stall has begun. It will be held on Thursday 31st August (week seven of this term). Mandy McCuspie has kindly offered to […]

     
  • Word Mania Competition

    Literacy Planet’s Word Mania competition begins on Monday 31st July and runs through to Friday 18th August. During this time, all students will be given a log-in that they can use at school or home […]

     
  • NAIDOC Week

    NAIDOC stands for National Aboriginal and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Next week we have invited Yamba Konrad Ross and Djarrin Blow to work with our staff and students to build awareness and appreciation of Aboriginal […]

     
  • School Uniform Review

    As the winter chill sets in it is timely to remind you to ensure that your child/children wear warm, appropriate clothing to school. We have noticed an increase in the number of students who are […]

     
 

Newsletters

  • Newsletter 11

    Congratulations to Briege H, Jeru M and Patrick S on their successful presentation at the recent Japanese Speech competition in Geelong last weekend. For more details please read the Specialist team news on page 6 […]

     
  • Newsletter 10

    Planning for our annual Father’s Day stall has begun. It will be held on Thursday 14th September (week nine of this term). Mandy McCuspie has kindly offered to assist with the organisation and creating of […]

     
  • Newsletter 9

    Thank you to Miyuki Sensei and Wood Sensei (Mrs Wood) for organising another enjoyable Japanese Cultural Day for our middle and senior school students. More information and pictures about the day can be found on […]

     
  • Newsletter 8

    Teachers have been working tirelessly for the past few weeks writing student reports and reviewing your child’s SMART goals. The student report and learning portfolio will be sent home to families on Thursday 29th June. […]