Welcome!

Welcome to Southern Rise Education Centre, which incorporates Wodonga South Primary School and Southern Rise Children’s Centre. We are extremely proud of our centre and the quality of education we provide to students from birth to Year 6. Your child’s education is very important and we look forward to sharing this exciting time with you. Together, parents and teachers can provide the support and encouragement needed to make your child’s schooling both enjoyable and successful.

Schools are dynamic ‘people organisations’ and, as a community, we all have a vested interest in the well-being of our students. The working relationship between the home and school is a vital link to ensure a positive and productive learning environment for your child. Wodonga South Primary is a safe, happy and caring school where all students, teachers and parents are consistently valued and supported in each other’s right to work and learn.

We appreciate that you will have many questions and we are only too happy to answer these. The best advertisements for our school come from our parents, children and the staff. Please feel free to ask them, why they think Wodonga South Primary is such a great school!

“You are welcome to visit Southern Rise Education Centre to tour its excellent facilities and see the programs in operation. We are confident that you will be impressed with the atmosphere we have developed that is so conducive to learning”

Vision: -

Together we Discover, Create & Innovate

Values: -

Learning
Relationships
Persistence
Respect
Teamwork

Behavioural Expectations: -

Be Safe
Be Responsible
Be a Learner

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Meeka says don't forget to wear your mask and maintain social distancing!! ... See MoreSee Less

Meeka says dont forget to wear your mask and maintain social distancing!!

The entire team at Wodonga South Primary School are ready as we transition once again to remote and flexible learning. We encourage you all to Be Safe, Be Responsible, Be a Learner and Be Happy. ... See MoreSee Less

Nicole and Luke have created an amazing book about our school dog, Meeka!
Please enjoy their story and learn about how Meeka works at Wodonga South.
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Hard copies of Home Learning packs for weeks 5 and 6 will be available for collection from the front office at the following days and times. These learning packs will also be distributed electronically. ... See MoreSee Less

Hard copies of Home Learning packs for weeks 5 and 6 will be available for collection from the front office at the following days and times.  These learning packs will also be distributed electronically.

Hi All,

This communication is to inform parents/carers that the Victorian Government has stated that all students will be learning from home, except for students that are not able to be supervised at home and no other arrangements can be made. This will be available for children of parents who cannot work from home, any student with a disability and vulnerable children, including:
• children in out-of-home care
• children deemed by Child Protection and/or Family Services to be at risk of harm
• children identified by the school as vulnerable (including via referral from a family violence agency, homelessness or youth justice service or mental health or other health service).

Please see the emails or ClassDojo for further information.

Regards Clint
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The school is waiting for further direction from the Department of Education and Training but in an attempt to ensure that families are aware of the upcoming changes this message has been composed.

It is important that everyone is aware of the following:

• Monday 3rd August - All students are to attend school.
• Tuesday 4th August - Pupil free day. Staff will be preparing for "Flexible and Remote Learning".
• From Wednesday 5th August - "Flexible and Remote Learning" for all students.

It is important to note that there are a lot more details to come and these will be communicated as soon as possible.

Take care
Clint
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