Congratuations to all the students who received year level awards at the recent senior school assembly. The assembly was also entertained by our talented music students.
It was wonderful to recognise so much positive achievement around the College at our whole assembly on Monday 16th September. Well done to all those who received recognition for their contributions to the College.
Well done the all the students in Year 9 who have been working so well on improving the ouside environment around Studio 9. It has been a pleasure to see so many students taking pride in their school. We have received many positive comments from the community about the student led projects around the school. […]
Western Port Secondary College in conjunction with the Hastings Chamber of Commerce have embarked on a project called ‘Art Matters’ This is where vacant shops in Hastings are used as temporary galleries. We have just put our first display up at number 6 High Street Hastings. The art work is by the Year 8,9 and […]
Members of the Environment Team Luke Reardon and Kody Stuven-White introduced students at Tyabb Railway Station to the benefits of sustainable gardening. Before helping them set up a worm farm and compost, students examined worms with microscopes and were surprised that they didn’t have eyes, ears or noses. The Kids Teaching Kids project is funded […]
Last week, local primary school students from our eight feeder schools spent the day at WPSC. They participated in the “Amazing Race” and went to a range of different classes during the day.
Well done to the the senior students who put on a music performance for students on Friday 13th September in the main courtyard. It was wonderful to hear our talented students playing!
Last week the new spiral meditation garden started to take shape. Hannah Lewis has been leading this work with a large group of almost 200 student from across the school who have been invloved in various aspects of the design and making. We look forward to seeing this completed and in use over term 4. […]
Well done to the Wellbeing Team who ran a RUOK? morning tea for staff during this national awareness week. The aim of RUOK? is to promote conversation around looking after colleagues, family and friends by asking RUOK?
On Thursday 5th September our students performed brilliantly at the interschool sports at Ballam Park. The students were fantastic on what was a rather wet day. We had many winners across the age groups. Well done to all who participated and respresented the College so well.