Principal's Message

Woodvale Primary School

Woodvale Primary School has delivered quality education to the Woodvale community for 35 years. From modest beginnings, Woodvale has established an outstanding reputation throughout the local and wider community. 

A central hub of the community, WPS is well supported by a dedicated and hard-working P&C who fundraise and provide in-kind support to add-value to the educational opportunities provided at our school. The School Board provide strong governance, support and community voice to the strategic direction of the school.

Woodvale Primary is an inclusive school. Students are encouraged to celebrate differences and welcome others into the school community. Whole school approaches to Social and Emotional Learning support the development of considerate, responsible and friendly students. Refinement and rejuvenation of whole school approaches to behaviour are a key focus for school improvement. Our school values are explictly taught in classrooms, documented in our behaviour matrix, and practiced in fortnightly Values assemblies as well as in all interactions. 

Woodvale staff continue to work together in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for their students. Professional learning to upskill and inspire our teachers and education assistants, to ensure student needs are met, is a key focus for our school. Consistent, whole-school approaches to instruction is a priority to ensure shared language and practices across the school and to limit gaps in student learning. 

Education is a collaborative process and clear, positive communication between parents and teachers is a vital feature of our school. Your feedback, ideas and contributions to our school are welcomed. 

Warm regards
Melanie Langley

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