Entries by wpscnewletter

Hands On Learning Headquarters

A GREAT BIG THANK YOU! Thank you to everyone who came along to the Grand Opening of the Hands On Learning Headquarters. Our students have been working tirelessly, your support means a lot.  

Trivia Night Success

Trivia Night a Huge Success! The WPSC Human Powered Vehicle team run a successful Trivia Night on Friday 20th July, raising $4,130 towards the continuation of the program. We would like to thank all individuals and businesses that donated items for auction, raffle or prizes. Thank you to the individuals, families and staff that attended […]

Where are they now with David Chipperfield

THE SKY’S NOT THE LIMIT Since finishing Year 12 in 2005 a lot has happened. Firstly after all the hard work, effort and support through school, I got the result I needed and scored my place at university doing Aerospace and Business. My goal for this course all started in Year 10 and my love […]

Year 9 Cafe Skills

Our Year 9 Café Studies class were able to showcase their new skills to family and friends they had invited to a luncheon this week. The event was a celebration of the skills they had learnt through out the semester, from cooking and serving a meal, customer service, coffee and cold beverage making and serving. […]

Southern Metro Region Cross Country

Terrific effort representing the College at the Southern Metro Region Cross Country held at Ballam Park – Lily Snooks Girls U17-20yrs placed 35th, Max Piotrowski Boys U15 Placed 50th, Jack Lehmann Boys U15 Placed 79th #crosscountry #westernportsc #ballampark

QANTAS

Project 9 had an amazing day behind the scenes at QANTAS, Tullamarine Airport. A fantastic chance for students to learn about safety, diversity and future pathways. #westernportsc #QANTAS #tullamarineairport

Red Shield Appeal

A warm classroom or collecting much needed donations in the cold? Great choice and well done! #westernportsc #salvationarmy #salvos#volunteersarethebest

Project 9 at Queen Victoria Market

Project 9 students visited the Queen Victoria Market last week to look at small businesses. While they were at lunch, Reyce thought he’d entertain the passers-by and diners. Reyce and his pianist talents were certainly a hit! #westernportsc #piano #pianist #project9#queenvictoriamarket  

Senior Soccer

The girls toughed it out in rain, hail and shine! We played our first game against Dromana and our second against Mornington, unfortunately we lost both but goals were scored against both teams! Everyone played their hearts out and were very proud of how they played. #westernportsc #soccer #schoolsoccer

Senior Basketball

Senior Basketball teams represented WPSC at the interschool competition. Our results included 3rd for the Senior Girls and 2nd for the Senior Boys after a Grand Final loss by 5 points. These results achieved not through individual brilliance (although this was on show at times) but through terrific team work and effort. #westernportsc #basketball  

Bush Blockers at Benleigh

The Bush Block Project group went to Bentleigh Secondary College to investigate their state of the art Mindfulness and Cultural Centre, billabong and urban forest. The purpose of the day was to get ideas for our own projects here at Western Port Secondary College. Bentleigh SC staff and students demonstrated great ways to help bring […]

Balnarring Science and Technology Expo

Balnarring Science and Technology Expo – Seven Year 8 students and three STEM/ICT staff volunteer their time to highlight the amazing opportunities WPSC offers in STEM education. Balnarring Primary School students met Scoot, experienced VR Headsets, learnt basic coding/programming and questioned our students on their projects in Year 7. Thanks for inviting us Balnarring Primary […]

Ms Kemp – Everyday Hero

Inside the walls of Western Port Secondary College you’ll find hundreds of amazing human beings. Hundreds of special people who perform selfless acts on a regular basis. One of these people is Ms Kemp. ‘Your hair is so long’, a phrase she’d hear regularly …not any more! Ms Kemp cut her beautiful locks to raise […]

Anzac Day

College Captians Emma Wallis and Mitchell Wood were guest speakers at the ANZAC ceremony in Hastings this morning and our Vice Captians Khloe McCullagh and Monica Mail presented the College’s wreath at Crib Point. So many other students assited at various local ceremonies. We are proud of everyone of them. They’re not only wonderful role […]