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Celebrating fantastic PAT data results!

Year 1 Phonics test - 84% of students exceeding benchmark

PAT results showing 12 months or more growth

Challenge every student to learn,

achieve and flourish


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ښھ راغلاست

خوش امديد

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Selamat Datang


Welcome to Woodville Primary School

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On behalf of the school community I am pleased to welcome you to Woodville Primary School.

The school has a long history in the Woodville Community, being established in 1887. The original school building and the Cottage are Heritage listed buildings and over their long history, have served many purposes.

At Woodville we aim to build on the abilities and knowledge of all students and foster in them the dispositions which will assist them throughout their lives. Hence, we explicitly teach our four school values; Respect, Trust, Fairness and Co-operation.

We provide education around the Australian National Curriculum and have a special focus on Instrumental Music with the IMS (DfE Instrumental Music Service) who deliver lessons on our site. Students learn recorder (Year 3/4), and brass and percussion instruments from Year 5 on. We also have a Senior Choir. Our students perform at various local events and the Festival of Music.

We recognise that education is a partnership between the school, the child and family and we create opportunities for staff, students and parents/caregivers to work together.

We appreciate any feedback, compliments or concerns so that we can better serve our community and improve the learning outcomes of our students. You can address any of these with our staff or leadership team.

Kirsty Maclean


Our School Values

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We acknowledge this land that we meet on today is the traditional lands for Kaurna people and that we respect their spiritual relationship with their country.

We also acknowledge the Kaurna people as the custodians of the Adelaide region and that their cultural and heritage beliefs are still as important to the living Kaurna people today.

We also pay respects to the cultural authority of Aboriginal people visiting/attending from other areas of South Australia/Australia present here.