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Windale Public School

Windale Public School

Dream Believe Achieve

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Kindergarten Transition


A Safe, Respectful and Responsible Learning Community

On behalf of the staff, students, parents and School Community, I welcome you and your child as a new enrolment to Windale Public School.

Windale was opened in 1953 and during this time has provided a wide range of educational opportunities for children from the Windale community.  At present we have around 170 students, with 8 classes K-6, and 32 children in our Preschool (‘Preschool Patch’) with two part-time classes operating. We also employ support staff as Specialised Teachers, School Learning Support Officers and Clerical Officers who are committed to providing for the varied needs of our pupils.

Our School motto is Dream, Believe, Achieve. The staff at Windale PS care for the well being of your child and have established programs which allow each child to reach their full potential academically, physically, culturally, socially within the framework of the NSW Public Education System. We are “A Vibrant and Caring Learning Community”, that recognises the importance of the community as a whole to a child’s education.  The School cannot exist by itself, and we welcome your involvement with the School in achieving our goal of providing quality education for your child/ren.

We ask that you take an active interest in your child’s schooling at Windale Public School.  A solid partnership between home and school is an essential element in the successful learning of your child.  It also provides for effective communication, so we have shared expectations and understandings.  Your input is welcome and valued. We look forward to seeing you join us in supporting your child’s learning.

We invite you to:

  • Communicate frequently with your child’s teachers.
  • Discuss with your child their school work and encourage them to complete homework and homework games.
  • Participate in the many school activities and events with your child/ren.
  • Attend parent information and training sessions.
  • Offer your services to class teachers.  This may include literacy or numeracy groups, creative arts or sporting activities.
  • Make yourself available to work in the Canteen.
  • Be part of the P&C.

We also have a special facility, a School as a Community Centre (SaCC) for the support of families in our community. You are welcome there anytime. Our SaCC Facilitator, Roselea Newburn, can help you access community services and support. 

I look forward to the opportunity of working with you, in partnership, providing every educational opportunity to ensure maximum learning outcomes for your child.                                

Tim Chung
Assistant Principal