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Booklists for 2020

2020 Booklists have been sent home on Thursday 21st November with students. If ordering online, please bring back the hard copy booklist to office with student details and Online order number only.  School Code BTSWPS

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Mathletics

Werribee Primary School will not be subscribing to the Mathletics online learning tool in 2020 as we have additional online Mathematics programs that are utilised by staff and students.    

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Semester 2 Student Reports - available now!

Semester 2 student reports will be available for parents to access via the XUNO Parent Portal on Friday 13th December at 4:00pm. Please note that reports will not be printed and can only be accessed through XUNO. If you require any help with your XUNO login, please contact the office before Friday.

Assembly dates 2020

  Week 2 - Friday 7th February (Badge Ceremony Assembly) – Whole school including Foundation students Week 4 – Friday 21st February – No Assembly due to Curriculum Day Week 6 – Friday  6th March – Whole School Assembly Week 8 – Friday 20th March – Whole School Assembly  

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2020 Student Scholarships

The Department of Education and Training administers a number of scholarships each year for students who are studying in Victoria. Almost $2,000,000 is available in the General Scholarships Program this year.

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Pupil Free Days 2020

  Tuesday 28th January 2020 - first day of Term 1 Thursday 20th February 2020 - Read, Write Inc. Friday 21st February 2020 - Read, Write Inc. Friday 19th June 2020 - Staff Professional Practice Day

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Principal's Awards

In this report you will find the Term 1, Term 2, Term 3 and Term 4 Principal Awards.  Principal Awards are handed out at our fortnightly assemblies.   All parents are welcome to attend.   Congratulations to all our recipients.

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BYO Cup To Cafes

Did you know? * Australians use more than 50,000 cups of coffee every half hour. * That’s an estimated 1 billion takeaway hot drink cups every year. * If we lined up all the coffee cups used each year in Aust they would stretch round the world twice! That’s a lot of coffee cups  

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Positive Parenting Telephone Service

Our FREE telephone based parenting education program is for parents, grandparents caring for their grandchildren and carers of children aged 2 to 12 years, living in Victoria.  Our aim is to increase access for all families including fathers, grandparents, kinship carers and rural families. 

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Breakfast Program

Hi Parents and Friends, The breakfast program will be running on Wednesday mornings from 8:30-8:50am for students.

SunSmart

When it comes to using sun protection, temperature isn't a good guide. You can’t see or feel UV but UV is the part of the sun that can damage skin and eyes and lead to skin cancer. SunSmart advises that Victoria’s UV levels start to rise from mid-August.

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Preferred Payment Method

At Werribee PS our preferred payment methods are: XUNO Portal, BPay (please contact the office for Biller Code and Ref No - this will be the same for your time at WPS), Direct Deposit BSB: 063541  Account No: 10393050 When transactions happen over the internet there's always a clear audit trail!

Our School Zone

Our school zone is available on findmyschool.vic.gov.au.Findmyschool hosts the most up-to-date information about Victorian school zones for 2020 onwards. Students residing in this zone are guaranteed a place at our school, which is determined on the basis of your permanent residential address.

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Saver Plus

Stressed about school costs? Would $500 help pay for uniforms, books, excursions, tutoring, a laptop or tablet? Saver Plus matches your savings for school costs, dollar for dollar, up to $500! Flyer

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Envision Hands - Plastic Bottle Caps - drop off location

If anyone is collecting plastic bottle tops you can drop them off at Envision from 9-5 Monday-Thursday, 2/25 Loop Street, Werribee. No 2 are the main bottle tops. Should be milk bottle tops, most soft drinks & some water bottle tops. Some are not marked but you can tell from the strength of them.  

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