As educators, teaching children to read is far more than just a core function of our job – it’s our passion.
World-renowned educator and distinguished professor Dr Yong Zhao offers to work one-on-one with SPW over the coming years.
October is Dyslexia Awareness Month.
The gum tree on Partridge St has been lit up red!
SPW is raising awareness about dyslexia during the month of October.
Over time there’s been a shift in the way we approach camps.
The SPW outdoor education program commenced with year level camps a number of years ago.
As we adjust to the rapid increase of technological usage in our generation, there’s much to discuss about how the advances are impacting children.
With literacy a top priority at SPW, we’ve recently implemented a new Reading and Spelling program, and are tracking children’s progress and development from our Early Learning Cent
Sensorial play is great for building connections in the brain’s pathways, which lead to the child’s ability to complete more complex learning tasks.
Many children are fussy eaters.
Middle school was once something we watched with detached fascination on the screens of our televisions, reserved for the American tweens of Glee and Dawson’s Creek.
The early years of primary school should be filled with fun, wonder and new friends.