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Wooragee Primary School


Newsletter - Term 4 Week 9

Wooragee Primary School

At Wooragee Primary School, your child will not get lost in the crowd. Our school is committed to helping each child discover their passions and strengths. We work with each child to develop individualism so that each child can gain true self-esteem from experiencing success and mastery through their own efforts.

We appreciate that every child is unique and we work with parents to ensure that together we can make sure that your child is receiving the individual approach that will give them freedom to thrive. We will ensure that as a parent you feel supported and confident in communicating with us as we share your child’s journey through primary school.

We recognise that choosing your child’s school is one of the most significant decisions you will make and we encourage you to make an appointment to visit our school and witness for yourself the benefits we have to offer your family.

Useful Student Websites

Reading Eggs

Up Coming Dates

2017 Term Dates
Term 1 31.01.17 – 31.03.17
Term 2 18.04.17 – 30.06.17
Term 3 17.07.17 – 22.09.17
Term 4 09.10.17 – 22.12.17

Students finish at 2.30pm on the
last day of each term.

Bus Information

Please let us know in the morning if your child needs to catch the bus.
Information about buses is obtained directly from the bus companies.

Beechworth Bus Lines
0448 028 733 | 0357 282 182

Yackandandah Coach Lines
0408 282 182 | 0417 594 860

Wooragee Primary School provides a broad and well-resourced curriculum covering all Key Learning Areas, including the regular visits by the mobile library, music and art teachers. We have excellent computer facilities and our range of reading books and mathematics equipment is constantly updated.

All children at Wooragee have the opportunity to regularly take part in inter-school and regional sporting and art activities.

We are fortunate to have large grounds surrounded by a beautiful bush setting which backs on to a creek. There is plenty of space for outdoor play. The Wooragee tennis courts and hall are an annex to the Primary School facilities. The children access the creek under adult supervision for specific environmental activities such as water watch, nesting boxes and Landcare activities.

Secondary Colleges that our students attend regularly comment on how smoothly our Year 6 students transition into their new environment. Many of our students excel in their accelerated learning programs.

Healthy School Achievement Program

Healthy School Achievement Program HEALTHY EATING Healthy School Achievement Program - SUN PROTECTION Healthy School Achievement Program - MENTAL HEALTH

Wooragee Primary School Statement of Commitment to Child Safety

Wooragee Primary School is committed to providing a safe environment for all children.

  1. We believe all children have a right to feel safe and to be safe, including at school.
  2. We have zero tolerance for child abuse and arrangements that allow it to occur will not be tolerated.
  3. We actively work to listen to and empower children.
  4. We have systems to protect children from abuse, and will take all allegations and concerns very seriously and respond to them consistently in line with our Child Safe Standards, policies and procedures.
  5. We are committed to promoting cultural safety for Aboriginal children, cultural safety for children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds, and to providing a safe environment for children with a disability.
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