Recent News

Community Update 20 July 2021 - Extended Lockdown

Dear Parents and Carers,The Premier has announced that the lockdown will be extended until 11.59pm Tuesday 27th July for a 7-day period.  Following advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, all Victorian schools will continue remote and flexible learning until Tuesday 27 July inclusive.

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Snap Lockdown - Home Learning Grids

Dear Parents and Carers,  The uploaded grids are for you to access activities for your child’s learning for the current snap lockdown.  Your child’s learning grid will also be uploaded to Class Dojo for Years Foundation to Year 3 and Google Classroom for Year 6. 

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Keeping students active while they learn from home

When children participate in regular physical activity, it boosts their physical and mental health and improves academic performance. Physical activity throughout the day also improves concentration, and the ability to retain information and solve problems.

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Supporting mental health & wellbeing

It can be challenging to process and manage changes to routines and the uncertainty that comes with COVID-19 and related restrictions – including moving to remote learning.   To support our school community during this time, resources and support are available for parents, carers and families.

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Foundation and Year 2 Swimming

Dear Parents/Guardians,  Werribee Primary School is conducting a Swimming Program for students in Foundation and Year 2. The program will commence in Term 3, Tuesday 13th July and will conclude on Tuesday 14th September.

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Year 3 - 6 Athletics Day Wednesday 28th July

Werribee Primary School is conducting its Year 3-6 House Athletics Carnival on Wednesday 28th July at the Victoria University Athletics Track, Hoppers Lane. It is a school expectation that students in Years 3-6 participate in the carnival.

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Year 1 Scienceworks Excursion - Tuesday 10th August

In Term 3 students will be learning about physical science by exploring the different ways objects move depending on factors like size and shape.  At the Scienceworks Museum students will be learning about how people use science in their everyday lives and participate in a Toys and Forces show.

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School Photos - Monday 23rd August (new date)

School Photos will be held on Monday 23rd August for the whole school.  Cards have been handed out to students with their unique shoot key and instructions on how to order through the MSP website.

Year 3/4 Camp 30th August - 1st September

The Year 3s and 4s have the opportunity to attend Camp Manyung, Mt. Eliza at the end of August this year. School camps play a vital role in the education of your child and build upon the Health and Physical Education program in our school.

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Helping families get their kids active

Does your child love sport and being active? Does your family have a Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card? You may be eligible for up to $200 to put towards the cost of your child’s participation in physical activities.

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We want to keep our students safe

You can help us by Please Obeying the Rules of the Road when Driving Around the School The safety of our students and community is paramount especially when dropping off and collecting your children in the mornings and afternoons.

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Breakfast Club

Dear Parents and Carers,  Werribee Primary School is very excited to announce that our breakfast club will be starting up again in week three of Term Two!  Breakfast club will be running every Wednesday from 8:35am until 9:15am. We would love your support in running our breakfast club.  

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Pupil Free Day - Friday 12th November

The remaining Pupil Free day for this year is Friday 12th November 2021.  There will be no school for students on this day.   Please make alternative care arrangements for your children.  Thank you

Every Day Counts

Every Day Counts!  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.  School is better when your child is there.