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Glen Waverley South Primary School is committed to lifelong learning by providing an inclusive, supportive and nurturing community in which diversity is valued and celebrated.
Our innovative curriculum and culture of excellence creates a stimulating learning environment that engages and challenges students to achieve personal success and make positive contributions to society.
High School Transition
The Department has released a new website that helps parents identify their local public school online.
Findmyschool.vic.gov.au shows every school zone across the state. The new website highlights the choice of public schools available to the Victorian community.
If your child is preparing to enter Year 7 and want to know more about the public secondary school options in our area, or you know someone who is interested in enrolling at our school, try findmyschool.vic.gov.au today.
Information on this site is updated in Term 1 each year, ready for the Year 6 to 7 transition period.
If you have a question about school zones call the VSBA Hotline on 1800 896 950 or email email@example.com
Every year, students at GWSPS from years 3 & 5 participate in the nationwide NAPLAN tests. We encourage parents to take time to learn about the purpose for these tests, as well as ways you can help your child prepare.
Click here for a NAPLAN Information Powerpoint prepared by our Literacy Leader, Sue White.
BYO iPad Program 2019
For parents of students in Levels 3-6 in 2019, please ensure to familiarise yourself with our BYO iPad Program. This is a non-compulsory program which allows students to bring their own iPad to school to use as a companion device to their learning. We also have a Security Workshop video which runs parents through setting up usage agreements and how to keep children safe online. For more information view our BYO iPad Information or go to http://gwspsbyodipad.weebly.com/ .
Literacy and Numeracy Tips for Parents
The Department of Education released a helpful resource, 'Literacy and Numeracy Tips to Help Your Child Every Day' which provides handy tips and ways you can help your child develop literacy and numeracy skills. It provides fun, inexpensive, accessible and practical activities you can do with your child at home.
Click the image to access the PDF.
The Resilience Project
We will be introducing a new emotional well-being program to our school in June this year called 'The Resilience Project’.
‘The Resilience Project’ runs programs in schools around Australia. The aim of these programs is to develop students’ resilience and improve their mental health. Hugh van Cuylenburg is the founding director.
Click here for more information.