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Parents & Students

Woodvale Secondary College empowers, challenges and supports students to achieve their personal best and engage as responsible global citizens.

Overview :

At Woodvale Secondary College there is a strong and continuous focus on social and emotional wellbeing of our students. Every child is encouraged to find their personal best, give to their community and to develop into adults with strong, values-driven character.

The College has an established, positive and supportive pastoral care focus which proactively builds on positive relationships and maximises resources in creating a very positive College culture through:

  • Providing a values rich learning environment to create a culture that celebrates personal and academic excellence
  • Developing clear processes and strategies to ensure safe learning environments
  • Close monitoring of attendance, behaviour and performance and implementing action as a result of evidence (eg mentoring)
  • Explicit teaching of positive emotions, engagement, relationships, meaning, accomplishment and health
  • Balancing each student’s potential to achieve in all subjects and personal growth areas
  • Focussing on character strengths, peer support, student leadership and student voice.
  • Creating whole College approaches to global awareness in Asian Literacy, Environmental Responsibility and appreciation of our multi-cultural society
  • Provision of parent workshops on positive psychology and positive parenting, with parent partnerships with the college encouraged and valued.

Woodvale Secondary College has a committed pastoral care team that provides personal, vocational and social support to the student cohort.


For general College information, please see the Student Parent Handbook 2020


Parents and Community website - SCSA

The School Curriculum and Standards Authority (the Authority) has developed a website to support parents and members of the community. The Parents and Community website is accessible on the School Curriculum and Standards Authority website https://parent.scsa.wa.edu.au

The website has been developed for parents and community members as a guide to:

  • the Western Australian Curriculum and Assessment Outline (the Outline), Kindergarten through to Year 10
  • the Western Australian Certificate of Education (WACE), Years 11 and 12.

The website is designed to provide information for parents and the community about:

  • what children and young people should learn
  • how they are assessed
  • the standards children and young people are expected to reach at each year level.

 

Breakfast Club

Breakfast Club will be being held Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 8:15 – 8:55am in the Year 12 Common Area. Toast and Milo will be on the menu!

We look forward to having you join us for breakfast.


Lost Property

All lost clothing property is held at the Student Services Office. All other lost property is held at the Front Office.

Please note that all lost property will be kept for two school terms and then disposed.


Uniform Shop

The Uniform Concepts Super Store has moved into bigger premises:

Uniform Concepts

Shop 5/7 Delage Street

Joondalup WA 6027

Tel:  08 9270 4660

Email:  Joondalup@uc.nellgray.com.au 

Opening Times*  Mon-Wed, Fri: 9:00am-5:00pm, Thurs: 9:00am-6:00pm, Sat: 9:00am-1:00pm

All new students for 2020 are encouraged to make an appointment with the uniform shop for a fitting during Term 4, thus avoiding long ques in January. Appointments can be made by logging onto www.appts-jnp.as.me Alternatively, you can contact the uniform shop on 9270 4660.

Uniform concepts is closed for the Christmas break from Thursday 19 December 2019 until Thursday 2 January 2020.


Student Services Team :

 

Program Coordinators

  • Year 12 - Leonie Francis
  • Years 9, 10, 11 - Jared Davies
  • Years 7, 8 - Mary-Jean Simms

 

Year Coordinators

Year coordinators working closely with their year group and ensure every child is known, listened to and cared for. Year coordinators reward positive behaviour, build school engagement and monitor student progress.


Specialist Team Members: