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  • Newsletter 04/2021

    This week marks the start of the school camp experience with our Grade 5 students heading away for a four day camp at Cottage by the Sea in Queenscliff. Forty year five students, along with […]

  • Newsletter 03/2021

    Research shows that children under 12 years of age haven’t developed the skills and experience needed to be safe in traffic. Children have difficulty:  judging speed distance  seeing objects in side vision  […]

  • Newsletter 02/2021

    Last week, prior to the most recent lockdown, nine students represented Woodville Primary School at the Swimming Trials held at Aqua Pulse. Students were given the opportunity to swim in Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly. […]

  • Newsletter 01/2021

    This year we have 69 excited Preps start their schooling journey here at Woodville. Ms Di Natale, Mrs Hutcheson and Miss Moore have been told by all the Preps how much they love coming to […]

  • 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 […]

  • Newsletter 09/2020

    Children must enter and exit the school from designated gates at specific times. Please bring your child/ children to their designated gate between 8.40am and 8.50am where they will be greeted by a member of […]

  • Newsletter 08/2020

    The gate your child/children will use is based on the location of your only or youngest child’s classroom. Block A (the office building – Grades 34A, 34B, and all 5/6 grades) – Warringa Crescent gateBlock […]