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The Wandana School Community is committed to providing quality teaching and learning where students are engaged in an innovative curriculum. We are a Preschool – Year 7 campus which has priorities in Literacy and Numeracy, Positive Education and STEM learning. We provide specialist programs in Auslan, Performing Arts and Digital Technologies.
Wandana is a culturally rich school incorporating mainstream classes, preschool and special classes. We continually shape ourselves as a school in which the community has confidence and pride and is a place where students, parents and staff build strong relationships that provide a sense of belonging to support each other in a positive way.
I hope you find the information on our website useful. It provides an introduction to our school and contains a collection of documents including our Site Improvement Plan and key policies. You are welcome to contact me if you would like any additional information about Wandana School.
Laura Enthoven - Performing Arts teacher
Performing Arts gives all students opportunities to be creative, expressive and unleash their imagination! The learning area encompasses Music, Dance, Drama and Media Arts education. My passion is building a positive culture of success and belonging as we develop our skills, and perform together in our community. Highlights of the Performing Arts calendar at Wandana include School Musicals and Plays, Music Showcases and Choir Concerts. The Performing Arts department is growing in scope and this year includes a Festival of Music Choir, Drumbeat wellbeing program and a Ukulele Club.
Nigel Randall - Year 6/7 teacher
A good day in our classroom is where students have worked collaboratively and independently, used critical thinking, challenged themselves, asked questions, reflected on their learning, problem solved, taken risks and enjoyed it!
The staff and teachers at this school are well taught, friendly and caring. At our school we use our school values and let everyone have a good time.
Celina, Year 5, Karnu Class
Our class feels inviting because the teacher is nice and the students are friendly. We get to sit next to our friends and work as a group helping each other, listening to each other and respecting the teacher.
Joe, Year 5, Karnu Class