We are currently beginning the process of planning our class and staffing structure for 2020. One of the most time consuming and challenging tasks that we undertake is the formation of classes for the following school year.
On Thursday October 29th we will be involved in a Werribee PS Student Leadership Forum. We will be working with all the 2020 student leaders and some staff to look at the Student Leadership Survey that was recently completed by students, teachers and families.
We also have some exciting news from our school-based Speech Pathologist (Josephine Scullino) and our Student Engagement and Wellbeing Leading Teacher (Sam Carlton). They will be providing Online (via Webex Meeting Platform) Pre-Foundation sessions for the students. More information >>
As our drinking taps are not in use at the moment, students are required to bring their own water bottles to school each day. Thank you
Effective parents use more than one style when communicating with their families. They know how to alter their style to suit the situation. In this webinar, Michael Grose uses cat and dog metaphors to introduce parents to two diverse styles of parenting.
Friday 13th November is a pupil free day. This is the day that has been rescheduled from 19th June. There will be no school for students on this day. Please make alternative care arrangements for your children. Thank you
Save the Date - The organisation for our 2020 Year 6 Graduation is well under way (making sure we meet the COVID safe guidelines from the Department of Education). It might look a bit different, but it will be a fantastic celebration for our awesome Year 6 students.
WE WANT OUR PARENTS TO TELL US WHAT THEY THINK! Our school is conducting a survey to find out what parents think of our school. The Parent Opinion Survey is an annual survey offered by the Department of Education and Training that is conducted amongst all parents.
Requirements from Monday 12th October 2020 Students only are to enter the school via designated House Colour Gates. Staff members will be supporting families to ensure that drop off and pick up times happen in a calm and organised manner.
Registration is FREE! To attend our care, families must register their child. Why? Registering your child means we have all the information we need to safely care for them. So, we recommend all families to register an account with us. That way, if you ever need us, you just have to book a session.
Reminder: all students are required to wear hats that protect their face, neck and ears whenever they are outside. Students who do not have appropriate hats will be asked to play in the shade. Please apply sunscreen to your children in the morning. We will remind students to reapply as needed.
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.