Volunteers play a vital role at SPW and we are truly always appreciative of their contribution.
As the children have left the school grounds for the last time in the 2018 school year, it is a pleasure for me to reflect on recent weeks and the culmination of another school year at SPW.
At the conclusion of every year our Year 7 students reflect on their time at SPW.
The completion of our new nature play space has opened the doors for creativity and exploration in the outdoors.
Our Year 7 students were consulted by local council members in regards to the development of the Wigley Reserve Playspace and Fitness Area.
It is with great excitement that we await 2019 when the Free Little Libraries come into operation.
Outdoor play is important for a child’s health and development. Staying safe in the sun is easy by following some simple tips.
It’s important to teach your child good oral health habits that will stay with them for life.
Our ELC 4 year old children were delighted to have a visit from Trent Hill, an Aboriginal story teller.
From the Head of Early Years – Sarah Noell
Recently SPW Early Learning Centre had a visit from an authorised officer of the Education Standards Board.