Welcome To Woodville Primary School

Woodville Primary School is located in Hoppers Crossing in the city of Wyndham. The school was established in 1973 to cater for the newly developed sub-division of Woodville. It grew rapidly to accommodate over 900 children and has been providing quality, comprehensive education to children in the area since that time.

The school has a current enrolment of around 450 students. We operate a traditional program with one teacher/one class however teachers work together in Professional learning communities to plan and develop programs suited to the needs of all students in their cohort. Students have input into their learning through the negotiation of learning goals in the key areas of reading, writing and mathematics to ensure curriculum presented is at the right level of challenge. We have high expectations – and work tirelessly to help everyone achieve their potential.

Students also participate in a range of Specialist programs – Visual Arts, Music, Japanese and Physical Education. Homework and Japanese Clubs are offered after school for students in Grades 3-6 and Breakfast Club is available for all three mornings a week.

Camp Australia runs before and after school care onsite from 6.30am each morning until 6pm in the evening.

Grounds are expansive and provide a variety of active spaces including a large oval, a gaga pit, two playgrounds and spaces for collaborative construction. For those who prefer quieter pursuits there are a number of seating areas spread throughout the grounds and supervised indoor areas at lunchtime.

Woodville is a School Wide Positive Behaviour School. We recognise and reward positive behaviour and adhere to the agreed expectations of:

  • Together we are Safe
  • Together we are Responsible and
  • Together we Achieve.

Our school values of Respect, Responsibility, Resilience and Inclusiveness are lived in all interactions. We are proud of our school community and every member in it – from the smallest Prep to the eldest grandparent.

We are committed to providing quality teaching and learning experiences in a safe, productive and caring environment. We recognise and support all facets of your child’s development – social, emotional and physical in addition to their academic achievement. We recognise the fact that students come to Woodville with different backgrounds and experiences. Together we will embrace students’ individuality whilst moving forward as a united learning community.

We look forward to welcoming you into our school and community.

Lyn Vincent


  • Prep Virtual Information Night 2020

    Dear Parents/Carers, The Prep Virtual Information Night will be make available soon. Stay tune.

  • A Message from Principal Class Team

    Dear Parents, Carers, and students, As restrictions ease, we have seen an increase in traffic on roads bordering our school. We ask all members of our school community to please be vigilant when dropping off […]

  • Drop Off & Pick-Up Changes

    Dear Parents and Carers, Finally – a return to COVID normal. Every one of you played a part in this great achievement so let’s continue to work together to keep it this way. Whilst all […]

  • A Message from Principal Class Team

    Dear Parents, Carers, and students, Our priority this term continues to…  begin the process of catch-up learning and continue to extend those who progressed well during remote and flexible learning support students to re-establish […]



  • Newsletter 13/2020

    The School Council has determined the cost of the 2021 Essential Student Learning Items remain at $220.00 per child, the same as this year. In 2021, all students will again be required to purchase a […]

  • Newsletter 12/2020

    Annual School Photos 2020 Annual school photos including sibling photos will be taken at Woodville Primary School by Arthur Reed Photos on Wednesday 11th November, 2020.There is no need to return any forms or money […]

  • Newsletter 11/2020

    Congratulations to the following students for being selected as the Woodville Kid of the Term for term three. In adverse, trying and unprecedented circumstances these students have demonstrated ‘The Woodville Way’, showing respect, responsibility, inclusiveness […]

  • Newsletter 10/20

    Supporting the wellbeing of children and young people is an important part of what students, families and schools do every day. It is especially important to ensure that children and young people’s wellbeing is looked […]