Woodville High School has a long, 106 year old history of producing “Proud scholars in a proud community.” We provide opportunities and support for successful learning in a safe, supportive environment in which individuals are encouraged to expand and develop their knowledge, skills and graduate habits. These graduate habits will empower them to be successful members of a global society.
As leaders of an innovative and creative learning community, we are committed to effective teaching and success for every student. As a member of the local and global community, Woodville high School provides rich learning opportunities in a culturally diverse environment that values Well-being for all.
The graduates of Woodville High School will be prepared to be:
Global and local citizens
Respectful of other people
Confident life-long learners
Graduates are advantaged as emerging global citizens through the diversity of cultures represented in the school population. Global perspectives inform subject content and students are encouraged to develop intercultural understanding through pastoral care programs.
Society and Culture end of year celebration
A final morning tea was held for our Year 12 Society and Culture students to celebrate a challenging but successful year. We thoroughly enjoyed reflecting on student’s accomplishments and feedback on the subject.
Laila El-Assaad and Michelle Moore
Teachers of Society and Culture
Middle School Concerts
This year we decided to run the concerts during the day, streamed live to YouTube. Thanks to the IT genius of Music
Coordinator Terry Bickley, who not only organised the concert series, ran all the IT and cameras to stream the concerts and conducted ensembles in two concerts, as
well as compering the three concerts. We presented three concerts throughout the day, beginning with the Year 8 concert.
The Year 9 and 10 music students were an excellent audience and were treated to performances by the Year 8 Band, Strings, Guitar Ensemble, Choir and Jazz Band.
NAIDOC Week Celebrations 8-15 November 2020
The theme for NAIDOC this year was ‘Always Was, Always Will Be...’, and was a celebration for all Australians to recognise that the First Nations people have occupied
and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years.
Every year, a NAIDOC march is held all around Australia for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous peoples to participate
in celebrating the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.