Congratulations to Mrs Tracey Hall who was the inaugural winner of the Western Port Secondary College Teacher Excellence Awards and was presented with her Award at the recent Awards night. This award was endorsed by the school council earlier this year and the criteria for the selection of this new award is the consistent demonstration […]
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Today was the day that our Year 10’s of 2016 signed the Beacon Charter, a pledge to continue on positive future pathways. We were joined by Kate Rattigan the Deputy Secretary from the Department of Education, local community members as well as College families.
What a spectacular event! the students and staff were overwhelmed by the support from our students both past and present, our College families, members of the community and staff. We thank everyone for their involvement in this program. Lots of goodies were sold with some stalls selling out in the first hour!
It was great to see one of our local Primary teachers recognized for her extensive work and being placed in the top 3 finalists for Primary School Teacher of the year.
Congratulations to Peter Megee who received an Encouragement Award and Amber Deboer won the Excellence Award at the Peninsula VCAL Awards Night. Well done.
Hi, for the ones that don’t know my name is Bridgette and I am one of your School Captains of 2016. I would like to begin by saying how very honoured I am to be able to represent Western Port Secondary College as School Captain alongside my friend Andre. If you knew me prior […]
Congratulations to all the competitors and helpers who came along to Casey Fields on the weekend to race and assist. Well done to the students in ‘The Cheif’ and ‘Shada’ placing 3rd and 5th overall.
This week I welcomed all students back to the final term of the year and highlighted some the many activities and events that have happened already and will happen this term. I also stressed the importance of being up to date and on top of all homework, classwork, and assessments to ensure a smooth transition […]
Southern Metropolitan Region Athletics On Thursday 6th October eight Western Port students competed in the Southern Metropolitan Region Athletics at Casey Fields. The day was sunny with some terrific athletes participating for the medals. Over 60 schools are included in this region including high profile schools such as Melbourne High, McKinnon, Frankston, Mornington and Berwick […]
The Junior and Senior Bands from Western Port SC have just completed a gruelling tour of five primary schools in two days. Hastings, Crib Point, Wallaroo, Somers and Bittern were all hit with the whirlwind tour which showed off our ace musicians to hundreds of primary students. The Junior Band kicked things off with some old standards […]
‘Bay to Bay proudly supporting Beyond Blue’ The yYar 11 VCAL class have been training hard all term to prepare for the fundraiser on October 4th. This is what they have to say: We’ve created this fundraiser because we want to make a difference. We are inspired by the work of Beyond Blue and wanted […]
A once in a life time opportunity for students in Yr 9 2017 WPSC has been offered a place at the prestigious Alpine School for Student Leadership. Six students will be offered this opportunity for a nine week residential camp focusing of personal development, team learning and leadership. Please see further information in the attached letter. Students […]
Last week a group of our Year 9 students dressed up and headed down to High Street to read to excited local Primary School students for Book Week. Our readers captivated their audiences with their stories Feeding their Need to Read!
Congratulations to Victoria Hogan Keogh who was awarded the prestigious Spirit of Sport Award from the Mornington League. This award recognizes fairness, sportsmanship and team work. Well done!
The Year 11 VCE Psychology class went to Melbourne Zoo to analyse the community conservation campaign, ‘Don’t Palm Us Off’ through consideration of contemporary research and prior understanding of group behavior, in order to examine the campaign and its effectiveness. Palm oil production is the single biggest threat to orangutan survival. These campaigns are informed […]