Enrolment Planning 2023
To assist with enrolment planning for 2023, please advise the office via email: email@example.com, if your child will not be returning to Wembley PS in 2023.
Please include the name of the school your child will be transferring to.
This request does not include our current Year 6 students moving into high school.
2023 Class Placement Requests for Consideration
Towards the end of this term, staff will begin establishing classes for 2023.
As part of the process, students are asked to complete socio-grams to include the names of four friends, and four peers they work well with. Staff endeavour to ensure at least one named friend is placed in a class with them.
In line with the Class Placement Policy, parents are invited to email the principal, Tamara.Doig@education.wa.edu.au with class placement requests based on educational reasons only. All parent submissions, received by Monday 21 November at 8am, will be given consideration but will not automatically be accommodated.
Please note, specific teacher requests will not be considered.
Jump Rope for Heart
Jump Rope for Heart kicks off this term at Wembley Primary School!
Jump Rope for Heart is the Heart Foundation’s primary school skipping challenge that helps kids move more, have fun and raise funds for lifesaving research and programs.
This year is the 40th year of Jump Rope for Heart! To celebrate this milestone, we’ve got an audacious goal to see our student Heart Heroes at Wembley Primary School; to log 40 hours of skipping throughout the program!
Register your child online, so they can receive the full benefits of the program and participate in online fundraising, simply follow this link to get started.
Students will be skipping throughout the term in PE lessons and during lunch breaks, during this time you can share their online fundraising page with family and friends to help raise money for this great cause.
We will hold our school Jump Off Day on Friday 9 December 2022, this will mark the end of the program and is a chance for everyone to come together to skip and show off their newly learned skills.
Thank you for supporting the Jump Rope for Heart program!
Kathryn Watson and Jon Bowman
Physical Education Specialists
This Thursday 10 November is Sushi Day.
Pre-orders are open now on Quickcliq and at the canteen counter.
Orders close at noon on Wednesday so don’t delay – place your orders now!
WA Canteen Day
Last Friday was WA Canteen Day!!
BIG thanks to all who made us feel valued and appreciated with homemade cards, home grown blooms, treats, messages and created and performed a song for us.
We certainly felt the love. Thanks a bunch!
We’ve got only five weeks to go. Can you spare just two hours to help fill up our roster for this term?
Please sign up here , or please consider donating a shift.
Gift a Shift donations can be made via QKR! This allows us to pay a casual to fill in a shift on your behalf.
P&C News: Wembley P&C Family Fun Day – SAVE THE DATE – 26 November, 3pm-8pm
The Wembley Family Fun Day (formerly the Wembley Fete)
Will be coming to life on Saturday 26 November across the school oval, the Community Centre car park and Rutter Park.
There will be market stalls, live entertainment, food trucks, sausage sizzle, amusement rides, animal farm, pony rides plus a dunking machine!
This is the biggest school fundraiser and community event only held once every four years, so don’t miss it!
HUGE thanks to our wonderful sponsors of the Wembley Family Fun Day.
Carols by Candlelight
Also, on the same night, from 7pm-8pm, the Wembley Carols by Candlelight featuring the Wembley Community Orchestra and Choir, as well as local legends Libby Hammer and Ali Boycott, will take place on the school oval to close off the event.
We Need Your Wine!!!
Our wine wall for the WFFD is looking pretty bare at the moment. Could you please spare a bottle of wine (any variety and any value)?
A big thank you to Zina for running Pilates Friday lunch times. The class keeps growing, we had a class of 23 on Friday. It is wonderful see the smiles on the kids face, especially post sessions.
Lego Club is taking off, each week the club keeps building. The imagination displayed by each student is phenomenal.