Department of Education Parent Website

Parents and families can get information from the Australian Government on parent engagement in learning, Government initiatives and programmes that benefit parents, and information on schools and early childhood services. This page has links to useful information for parents
www.education.gov.au/parent-information

 

Future Term Dates 

This Dept of Education page outlines all future scheduled term dates for primary and secondary students in public schools in Western Australia (all dates are inclusive).
www.education.wa.edu.au/web/at-school/school-life/future-term-dates

 

Crunch and Sip Program details

Woodlands Primary School currently schedule a set break at 2pm everyday to eat salad vegetables, fruit and to drink water. Giving students the chance to re-fuel with fruit or vegetables helps to improve the physical and mental performance and concentration in the classroom as well as promoting long term health. More details can be found at the following link
www.crunchandsip.com.au/program-info/about-crunchsip/

 

'Never stop reading!' Resources

Reading is a fundamental skill your child will use for the rest of their life – so why stop when they’re just getting started? Sharing stories and reading aloud with your child strengthens their skills in reading, writing and comprehension. It builds their confidence and sense of security. It creates those special moments with your child that you cherish. That’s why you should Never Stop Reading!

Want to find out more?

Learn more about building a love of reading in your child with our resources for parents. You’ll find some fun ideas for reading aloud with your child, and our starter guide of stories to start with that your child will love, kindly provided by the experts at the State Library of Western Australia.

www.education.wa.edu.au/neverstopreading

 

Resilience Resources

For some wonderful childrens texts on building resilience please click the link below

Resilience Resources for Parents and Children

 

Cybersafety Information

Ysafe

Ysafe is one of Australias leading cybersafety experts. Ysafe was established to bridge the knowledge gap and to ease the fear of parents that their children know more about the cyber world than they do. Useful information on cybersafety can be found at their website
www.Ysafe.com.au

 

Family Zone

Family Zone is one of the world's leading tools for managing your child's online behaviour. Family Zone allows parents to set bedtimes for kids, control websites and social media platforms their child has access to, and provides security both in and outside of the home.

Family Zone is one of the world's leading tools for managing your child's online behaviour. Family Zone allows parents to set bedtimes for kids, control websites and social media platforms their child has access to, and provides security both in and outside of the home.
www.familyzone.com

 

The Office of the Childrens eSafety Commissioner

The Office of the Childrens eSafety Commissioner is committed to helping young people have safe, positive experiences online and encouraging behavioural change, where a generation of Australian children act responsibly online – just as they would offline.

They provide online safety education for children and young people, a complaints service for young Australians who experience serious cyberbullying and address illegal content through the Online Content Scheme.
www.esafety.gov.au

 

The Friendly Schools bullying prevention website

Friendly Schools is the first anti-bullying initiative for schools developed through extensive research with Australian children and adolescents. It is recognised nationally and internationally as a comprehensive, evidence-based framework that can reduce bullying behaviour. The Friendly Schools initiative has been designed to align with both the Australian Curriculum and the National Safe Schools Framework.
www.friendlyschools.com.au

 

The Online Safety Resource Guide for Adults

This is an in-depth guide to online safety by Review Lab and has been recommended by school parents. It is well worth a look.

Despite the ever-present threat of cyber crime, many people assume it won’t happen to them. But that’s not always the case. With your credit card information, bank account number, passwords and emails all stored somewhere on your computer or on the cloud, you can’t afford to take chances. That’s why Review Lab put together this resource guide that is jam-packed with more than 60 individual resources aimed helping you stay safe online, including resources for safe online shopping, identity theft resources and more.

www.reviewlab.com/online-safety-guide/

 

 

 

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Our Values

 

The Woodlandians live in and around our school and proudly represent our values.