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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.

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2019 Whole School Production

Production Dates:           

Wednesday 23rd October AND Thursday 24th October

(All students will perform on both nights)


Production Times:          

6.30pm start – 8.30pm (with 15 minute interval)


Production Venue:         

Kel Watson Theatre, Forest Hill College, 178-180 Mahoneys Road, Burwood East

Families have the opportunity to purchase up to four tickets per family per night for our wonderful whole school production, Time Snap.

Our preferred method of purchasing tickets is via the online ticket booking system called “trybooking”.  To use this online system you will require internet connection and a credit card for payment. Please be sure to complete all booking information carefully so that we can contact you in the event that there is an issue with your booking.  Please make note of your tickets when you book them.

To book and pay for your tickets online please go to:

Paying through Try booking will allow families to choose their preferred available seats. Families are welcome to us the computer in the GWSPS Community Room to book tickets. Try Booking has a transaction fee of $0.50 per booking. If you are not able to pay with a credit card, you can make your payment at the school office with a completed booking sheet (next page).  If paying by cash you will need to bring the correct money, as we do not hold change.  If paying via the office, you will not be able to choose selected seating, the office staff will make the booking for you at their earliest convenience and send the tickets home with your child.

Additional Notes:

  • Do NOT purchase a ticket for your performing child/ren. 
  • Adults tickets (17 years +) are $20 each.
  • Children (3-16 years) must have their own seat at $15 per seat.
  • Children (0-2 years) are required to remain on an adult’s lap so as not to disturb the production. 
  • Prams are not able to be taken into the theatre for safety reasons.
  • All students will be performing on both nights and will be supervised by GWSPS staff at the venue, from the drop off time until the collection time, each night.  Families may choose to purchase tickets for one night or both nights, depending on their circumstances.
  • Additional tickets may be available to purchase closer to the production depending on sales. Families will be notified of this.


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 .

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

 ‘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.

This year we have introduced the ‘Partnership’ program. This means we have been using the Teacher resource books and student journals to teach The Resilience Project curriculum which is closely aligned to the personal and social capabilities in the Victorian Curriculum. The ‘Partnership’ program has the same benefits as the ‘Immersion’ program and also includes:

As we are a Partnership school, we will continue to follow the program next year via their curriculum as well as run some teacher and student sessions.

Click here for more information.

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