Hoppers Crossing Secondary College presents:Australia's foremost expert in the area of cyber safety and young people Susan McLean. How to keep your children safe in the digital space. Register your interest at http://bit.do/MCLEAN Click here for flyer
Werribee Primary School is conducting a Swimming Program for students in Years 2 and 3. The program will commence in Term 2 on Tuesday 23rd April and conclude on Tuesday 25th June. Each Tuesday during this 10 week period, students will participate in a Swimming lesson.Click here for note
Werribee Friends are seeking donations of the following items: Easter eggs, baskets, boxes, Easter items or cash donation so that we can purchase Easter items. We are hoping our wonderful families will donate so we can create exciting Easter prizes for our raffle. Donations required by 29th March.
Friday 26th April 2019 is a pupil free day so no students will be in attendance at school. Please make alternative arrangements for the care of your children on this day.
Parentingideas offer positive parenting tips on child development for raising children and teenagers to be happy and resilient and building strong families. This week's Insights article is:Balancing extra-curricular activities for flourishing kids
Did you know? * Australians use more than 50,000 cups of coffee every half hour. * That’s an estimated 1 billion takeaway hot drink cups every year. * If we lined up all the coffee cups used each year in Aust they would stretch round the world twice! That’s a lot of coffee cups
The CSEF program opens for processing in Term one, 2019, and helps ensure all eligible students are able to participate in school trips and sporting activities. Families holding a valid means-tested concession card are eligible to apply. Click here for 2019 Application Form
Our FREE telephone based parenting education program is for parents, grandparents caring for their grandchildren and carers of children aged 2 to 12 years living in Victoria. Our aim is to increase access to all families including fathers, grandparents, kinship carers and rural families.