Entries by wpscnewletter

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 […]

Big Impact

Spencer Porter kicked off his Impact Tour right here at Western Port Secondary College. He’s going to make a difference and one of the ways he’ll do that is by taking his tour to schools across the country, inspiring young people to reach for the stars. It was an added bonus to have a special […]

Elouise and Anna

  It seems like only yesterday Western Port Secondary College met Elouise (France) and Anna (Denmark). Unfortunately their International College placement has ended and they have both returned home after a year of living and studying in Australia. It was plain to see the impact these two brave woman have had on students and staff […]

April Assembly

April’s whole school assembly was a great success. Once again the behaviour was outstanding with every student respectful as each announcer spoke. Congratulations to all award recipients.

Hands On Learning at Parliament House

Last week of Term 1 our HOL students went to Parliament House to showcase their skills, the work they have been doing and also discuss the benefits of the Hands On Learning program in schools. The students had the opportunity to meet and answer questions with the politicians and other community leaders. Our students were […]

Archie and Joel

These two brave boys shaved their heads in front of their peers to raise money for World’s Greatest Shave. Archie and Joel decided to help the 20 year old charity raise much needed funds which will be used to help fund research that will save lives. WELL DONE BOYS! * There was a slight clipper malfunction […]

International Woman’s Day Breakfast

International Womans Day (March 8th) is the day we celebrate womans achievements thoughout history. College Captain Emma Wallis and Vice Captains Monica Mail and Khloe McCullagh were invited to celebrate the day at a breakfast in Mornington. Guest speakers Kristen Hilton, Victoria’s Human Rights Commissioner and Sally Hines, the Cheif Operating Officer of The Big […]