Woodville High School has a long, 105 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.
New fenced area for Laser
Term 3 has been a big term already for Laser the school’s Education Assistance Dog. During the July school holidays,
staff held a working bee to create a dog run between the Performing Arts and Technology buildings to give Laser a
safe and enclosed space to be able to spend free lessons and run around. As the weather warms up this space will be a wonderful addition to teaching and learning as students will be able to sit on the lawn and read in the sun whilst Laser wanders between them and chases a ball.
Woodville student congratulated in SAETA Young Writer's Awards
Year 11 English Literature student, Denise Huynh, is to be commended for her poem entry “For My Dad”, which won a place in the SAETA Young Writer’s Award this year.
One of the judges, acclaimed Young Adult author Allayne Webster (YA novel, The Centre of My Everything), personally contacted the school to congratulate her on the inspirational work.
The school has been preparing for a combined review of its curriculum and teaching and learning in a three-day period from Monday 24 August to Wednesday 26 August. Our partners in the Council of International Schools (CIS) will be meeting with students, staff and parents/ caregivers to discuss a range of topics from our Vision statement and three core values of Diversity, Creativity and Success through to parent participation, the learning environment, teaching and learning and finances.