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  • Newsletter 09/2019

    The year four students of Woodville Primary School went to the Doxa Malmsbury camp last week. There were loads of activities to enjoy and participate in. All the year four teachers went on the camp, […]

  • Newsletter 08/2019

    STEM Night – Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics Last Wednesday we held our annual STEM night. It was wonderful to see so many students and their families attend this event and participate in the science, technology, […]

  • Newsletter 07/2019

    Prep students have been learning about fiction and non-fiction books. They have been learning about the different features of these text types. During writing lessons, the students have been learning about information reports. They have […]

  • Newsletter 06/2019

    2020 Prep Enrolments If you have a child who is eligible to come to school in 2020 (turning 5 years of age by April 30th 2020), we are accepting enrolments now. To enrol you will […]

  • Newsletter 05/2019

    Going to school every day is the single most important part of your child’s education. Students learn new things at school every day – missing school puts them behind. Being at school every day helps […]

  • Newsletter 04/2019

    This term the 1/2 students have been working on the integrated topic, ‘All About Me’. As part of their investigations, the students were asked to create family trees and present short speeches. All of the […]

  • Newsletter 03/2019

    We congratulate Ashmi, Jorja, Mitchell and Mafi, our School Captains for 2019. Each of these students demonstrate the qualities of a Woodville Friendly Kid and uphold our school values of Responsibility, Resilience, Inclusion and Respect. […]

  • Newsletter 02/2019

    This year 76 wonderful children started Prep at Woodville. Ms McCredden, Miss Bourchier, Miss Atkins and Ms Di Natale report that the new Preps have settled in really well and are enjoying coming to school […]

  • Newsletter 01/2019

    Every four years Woodville undertakes a school review. This is facilitated by a DET appointed Reviewer and a Regional leader. The Leadership team from the school, Principals from other schools and our School Council President […]

  • Newsletter 19

    In 2019, all students will again be required to purchase a book pack containing stationery for use in the classroom. Stationery is classed as an Essential Education item that parents are responsible for ensuring that […]