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 […]
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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.
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 […]
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 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 […]
Round 1 of the Victorian HPV series was held on Saturday 3rd March at the Casey Fields Criterium Track. This round of the series had 90 trikes entered, the most for a February event. WPSC was competing in the event for the 9th time and our entry ‘The Chief’ outperformed other rival schools to complete […]
Building & Construction 2nd year students completed their first project ‘Our Place’. The cubby was designed and built by Jordan Gillon, Liam Deas, Shayden Adams, Harris Grant, Kayne Farrugia and Mathew Hardingham( Absent: Mason Gugic-Mail). Trainers Brett Rodwell and Chris Ammitzboll supervised the project. #westernportsc#bulidingandconstruction #cubbyhouse
CHASING THE VOID are a deathcore/metalcore band from the Mornington Peninsula made up of ex Western Port Secondary College students! Riley Featherstone -vocals, Adam Busana-bass,Mitch Dooley-drums and Lachlan Peterson-guitars are going to be the next big thing in their genre.You can catch Chasing the Void at the Western Port Festival tonight ( Friday 23rd Feb) […]
Hi, my name is Stanley and i’m a Vision Eye Dog in training. I’m very lucky to be able to do my training at school with you, its great that my mum Mrs McCarthy who is your Pathways Coordinator has so many friends for me to learn from. You’re all very clever and know not […]
https://www.teachermagazine.com.au/articles/teaching-methods-entrepreneurial-learning Jo Earp from Teachers Magazine visited the College to talk to Hannah Lewis and Harry Hainsworth ( Year 10 student) about some exciting initiatives they’re involved in. The Paradigm Shifters: Entrepreneurial learning in schools is a recent Australian initiative that brought together the Mitchell Institute, Victorian Association of State Secondary Principals and the New South Wales […]
Teamwork! Challenges! Beating personal bests and smashing preconceived limitations! That was the flavour of the day for the legends who came along to Somers Camp as our first official excursion for Project 9 2018! #bettertogether #westernportsc #somerscamp#everykidmatters #proiject9
Lily and Josh completed their Bronze Medallion in Year 10 2017. It was great to see them put their skills to work by volunteering to help out the Mornington Peninsula Disabled Surf Comp held over the summer holidays. Well done, we’re super proud! #Westernportsc#disabledsurfingaustralia
Thank you to all everyone who helped out with the 2017 Woolworths Earn and Learn program. The stickers you kindly collected and gave to Western Port Secondary made it possible to order this equipment. Please remember us when the Earn and Learn program begins in 2018. The staff and students really appreciate your efforts.
Georgia Mcnamara set the tone for our first school assembly of the year with a lovely rendition of the national anthem. Mr Devine addressed the College, welcoming our new students with an encouraging speech, explaining the importance of education and why it’s imperative to make the most of not only the year ahead but every […]
Here it is! the big day! Really excited, really nervous or both our new Year 7’s smiled brightly as they began their secondary school experience. lockers, new class mates, new friends, tours of the College, new teachers and new subjects, all of this can be daunting and that is why we endeavor to make the […]
Dear Parent/ Guardians, Welcome to the 2018 school year, we hope you’ve all enjoyed your summer break and are ready to get into the swing of things. We would like to give a specially warm welcome to all of our new students and families that are starting with us this year. Year 7’s, 11 VCE […]
Its official… after decades of dedication to all of the students that have passed through the College gates the Hallies are retiring. Kevin and Tracey Hall have had a tremendous impact on the school during their combined 53 years of work, they will certainly be missed. We wish them both all the best and hope […]