As part of our Unit of Inquiry ‘A Healthy Me’ the children have been learning about making healthy choices with everyday foods.
You are invited to the 6/7 Centre Open Day, what can you expect to see?
We want to show younger children at SPW and their families how amazing the upper primary experience is.
The SPW PFA are pleased to present the first speaker night for 2018.
This year as we remember St Margaret of Scotland, patron Saint of Woodlands Girls’ School and of our school Chapel we will celebrate the Arts, particularly SPW’s musical heritage.
We’re excited to reveal the plans for our new nature play space.
The last Sunday of Term 1, saw over 800 people enter the SPW grounds to participate, observe and volunteer at the SPW Colour Fun Run.
The day was truly a wonderful SPW community event.
School and parish church: What’s that about?
SPW has identified as one of its strategic objectives “to explore on-going connections with St Peter’s Glenelg (SPG)”.
To experience the inclusive sport of goalball, Alana Tiller, SPW old scholar and SA goalball representative, visits our Year 4 children.
Students utilised design thinking to design, prototype, create and modify their own pinball table.
During Term One the Year 2 children researched the ways people negatively affect water and brainstormed possible solutions for appropriately caring for our waterways.