Wyndham Park Primary School

Wyndham Park PS

Established in 2011, Wyndham Park Primary School is a Victorian Government school located on Kookaburra Avenue, Werribee, in the City of Wyndham. Our school community members come from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds.  We have a growing enrolment, which is at 295 at the beginning of the 2013 school year who enjoy  the state of the art buildings and attractive surrounds, including the Heathdale and Glen Orden Wetlands, full size sports oval, synthetic playing surface and plexipave basketball courts.

The School’s beliefs revolve around the growth of every student that is supported by best practice teaching in literacy and numeracy supported by student wellbeing initiatives that make Wyndham Park Primary school a purposeful learning environment. We are committed to the School Wide Positive Behaviour philosophy that drives our solution focussed attitude towards the way we interact, behave and learn. Integrating the technology Literacy and Numeracy is a focus for our school and will build upon the Fountas and Pinnell Literacy structures used to teach reading and writing and goal setting in numeracy based of the needs of every student.

Student growth is supported by a Response to Intervention Program that is delivered by highly trained teachers and education support staff and addresses students developmental, English as an additional language, social and academic needs using a detailed evidence base and referral process. The student’s classroom program is enriched by a specialist program that includes Physical Education, Science and the Arts.

The dedicated Staff at Wyndham Park Primary School work closely in Professional Learning Teams The school is part of a vision for a community hub developed to provide the best possible learning opportunities for every child and family.

See updates about our work with Wyndham Park PS here

18 responses to “Wyndham Park Primary School

  1. Each week, I love watching the sudents enjoy the sisters and brothers project. It has helped the students learn the meaning of words like “racism, discrimiation, community, unity and diversity” by engaging in the role-play, song and music. These words have also been incorporated into the grade 3 spelling program each too.

    • Hello Ms Kolic,
      it was a pleasure to help facilitate such a great meaningful program,we appreciate participation the support.

      -Gabs.

  2. I hope Sisters and Brothers will come back in term 4 because I missed out in some sessions when I was on holidays. I love Sisters and Brothers we learn so much.

  3. What an awesome performance today!
    Thank you so much Sisters and Brothers. With each week I have seen our wonderful students grow in confidence and become more and more empowered by the opportunities you have given them. The message we delivered to our school community today was extremely powerful and I’m sure has had a huge impact in spreading the news- we can make a difference!

  4. Sisters and brothers do you also go to highschools if so please do the program at hopers crossing secendary school for the yr 7’s
    if you can do that I would really like it 🙂
    thanks 🙂

  5. hey its me rui in miss yous lots hope yous come back and see us again i love the way yous insipire us to use our strength to stand up against racial discrimination

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