These resources are provided to make the business of being a Woodleigh School parent as easy as possible. Please contact Senior Campus Reception on 5971 6100 or email email@example.com if you have any questions regarding the content available here.
2019 Term Dates
- Y7 & 12 students begin 31 January
- All other students begin 1 February
- Homestead Camp week 4-8 March (Week 6)
- T1 Ends Friday 5 April
- Students begin 24 April
- T2 Ends 21 June
- Students begin 16 July
- Activities Week 12 – 16 August
- T3 Ends 20 Sep
- Students begin 8 October
- Term 4 Ends for ECC–Year 9 students 6 December
Parent Teacher Online (PTO)
Bookings for Parent/Teacher interviews are handled via our PTO system. It can be found HERE.
Secure School Environment Policy – 2016
Staff and students have a basic right to work and study in a school free from any harassment or bullying. Woodleigh Campus is committed to providing such an environment.
What Is Harassment?
Harassment is the deliberate desire to hurt, intimidate or threaten another. It may take many forms.
- Physical – e.g. pushing, shoving, fighting, invasion of personal space.
- Verbal – e.g. name calling, offensive language, discrimination, “put downs” based on race, gender, physical appearance, sexual orientation or religious creed.
- Visual – e.g. offensive notes and gestures, graffiti.
- Victimisation – e.g. stand over tactics, exclusion.
- Sexual – e.g. any unwelcome sexual behaviour including offensive jokes, language or pictures.
- Electronic – e.g. offensive or intimidating emails, offensive photos published on the Web / social network sites, or via text messaging, filming.
How Can We Stop Harassment?
- We can conduct ourselves so that we do not provoke others to respond in an unacceptable manner.
- We can work to resolve disputes with others in a peaceful way.
- If we see harassment we can refuse to join in.
- We can support any students who are harassed. For example, we might intervene if it is safe, we might assist them if we are able to, and we can report it to staff.
- If we are harassed, we can tell the person that what they are doing is harassment. We can stand up for ourselves if anyone tries to harass us by:
- telling them to stop
- ignoring them (in the very short term)
- saying ‘no’
- asking a staff member for support
- drawing the attention of others (students and staff) to the harassing behaviour
Asking a Staff Member for support
For advice talk to one of the following:
- Your Tutor
- Your Teacher
- Your Homestead Coordinator
- The Student Counsellors – Sophie Lea, Dianne Summers
- The Deputy Head of Campus, Student Wellbeing – Tracey Glen
- The Head of Woodleigh Campus – David Burton
- The Principal – Jonathan Walter
Our Response To Bullying and Harassment
If a matter is reported to Senior Staff it will then be discretely investigated and if necessary some of the following approaches used:
- self help
- therapeutic solutions
- restorative practice session attended by both parties
- parent contact
- referral to Support Group for ongoing case management
- withdrawal from Homestead or classes – ‘in school’ suspension
Most harassment that occurs is not complained about and therefore remains hidden. Those who are harassed often don’t complain because they fear it will make things worse or that no one will take them seriously, even if they do complain. We know, however, that harassment thrives in an atmosphere where it is hidden and not discussed. When we are willing to acknowledge the problem it can be dealt with. We take a ‘shared concern’, non-punitive approach where everyone involved has a responsibility to help solve the problem.
Want To Talk To Someone?
Kids Helpline 1800 551 800
Free call 24 hours, 7 days a week. Confidential and professional counselling service.
Frankston Community Health Centre 9784 8100
Can arrange counselling, assist with issues relating to sexual health, sexuality, drug and alcohol and mental health etc.
Direct Line 1800 888 236
Anonymous drug counselling, information and referral.
Lifeline 13 11 14
Grief Line 1300 845 745
TRAG – Teenagers Road Accident Group
DARTA – Paul Dillon Resources
- DARTA Presentations
- DARTA Fact Sheets
- DARTA Useful Websites
- DARTA Student Activities
- Preventing Alcohol Fuelled Violence
South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault SECASA
Helping Those who are Grieving
Please follow the link below to Campion Education to purchase your child's 2020 booklist items.
PURCHASE YOUR 2020 BOOKLIST ITEMS NOW!
What is the difference between the Early English Booklist and the other booklists?
The Early English Booklist is for students in Years 11 and 12 in 2020 only. These books are needed for Orientation Week 2019, and, if ordered before Friday 1 November, will be Home Delivered by Campion. Please take note of the titles you order to avoid ‘doubling-up’ on the VCE Booklist.
When does my booklist order need to be finalised?
The closing date for Collection from School in 2020 is Friday 29 November 2019. Booklists stay open during next year, and do not close until the next year’s list is finalised.
What is the final date I can make an order?
The booklists will not close until the next year’s list is finalised, however, for timely School Collection, orders must be placed by Friday 29 November 2019.
When can I collect my booklist order?
The Booklist orders will be available for pick up on:
Monday 20 January 2020: 10am – 4:00pm
The collection point will be the Senior Campus Hall. Follow the signage and the ‘cones’.
I can’t make it on the Collection Day. What will happen to my order?
The school will hold any orders that are not picked up, and they can be collected in the days following. Any discrepancies in your order will have to be followed up with Campion directly. We do advise you to attend the Collection Days for this reason.
What will I need to bring when I collect my booklist order?
A copy of your order confirmation (digital is fine) and pen.
Where is the Booklist order Pick-up Point?
Campion will set up their collection point in the Senior Campus Hall on Monday 20 January 2020 at 10am-4:00pm. Follow the signage and the ‘cones’.
What will happen at the pick-up point?
Once you give Campion the names of your child/ren they will bring your order/s and request that you check it carefully. Please do so. If there is anything missing, please let the Campion staff know.
What is the School Code?
If the Campion website asks for a School Code enter “UTR4”.
My student is new and we don’t know which language they are doing yet. What should I do?
ALL students in Year 7-10 (and VCE French or Indonesian) must purchase Education Perfect to complete Language activities – this subscription covers both languages. We advise you to create a Campion account so that textbooks can be added to your booklist order at a later date or contact Campion directly to make additional purchases.
Do I have to make an account?
It is recommended that you make an account so that you can return to your order at any time.
The website is not working for me. Who can I speak to?
If you have questions about the booklist website, please search the FAQs on the Campion website https://www.campion.com.au/support-help/support-for-parents/
or phone Campion on 1300 433 982.
For queries about texts you can contact Campion (as above) or the School (5971 6100).
I can navigate to the Campion website using the link but the booklist page only has a heading. What is going wrong?
The Campion website appears to have a block on repeat visits during a single browser session. The solution is to quit the browser you are using, restart the browser, and then return to the booklist via the Senior Campus/ Parent resources menu.
Why are there so many digital texts?
Woodleigh is committed to reducing the use of paper where possible. In addition, there are many excellent digital teaching and revision providers that the faculties have tested, evaluated and chosen to support the wide range of learning styles and levels.
Which digital texts do I need?
Compulsory school-wide digital subscriptions are clearly labelled as such on the booklist and must be purchased via the booklist.
- Year 7-10 Education Perfect for English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, French, Indonesian, and Digital Technologies.
- Year 11 and 12 Education Perfect for French and Indonesian.
- Year 7-8 Science (Stile)
- Year 9-10 Science electives (Stile)
- Some Year 11 and 12 subjects will need to purchase a compulsory Edrolo subscription
Some subjects have other digital resources particular to them. Please check your list carefully to ensure that you purchase all items required.
Do I have to buy the “Print+Digital” text?
There are some subjects where a “print+digital” text and a digital “reactivation code” are listed. If you do not have a physical copy of a second-hand text in your possession at the time of ordering, please purchase “Print+Digital”, as you can exchange or refund this item.
What is a “reactivation code”?
A “reactivation code” is used with a second-hand text to access online content from the publisher. The “reactivation code” should ONLY be purchased if you have a secondhand copy of the print text in your hands. DO NOT buy one “just in case”. You CANNOT get an exchange or refund for a reactivation code. If in doubt, buy the “print+digital” option, as this is more flexible in the long run.
Do I have to buy all the stationery?
Some subjects have specific requirements, and these will be listed under the Subject Heading. All other stationery is Optional.
When is the Secondhand Book Sale?
The Secondhand book sale will be held early in the last week of November, from Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 November 2019.
There are many changes to the booklist every year. The library is offering to collect ALL unwanted items (textbooks and stationery) and will endeavour to sell as many as possible. Items that are unsold will be donated to the GAT Foundation or returned to the family.
Students are asked to deliver items for sale or donation to the Library by 4pm on Friday 22 November.
Alternatively, books may be sold online through the Sustainable School Shop website. https://www.sustainableschoolshop.com.au
I’ve missed the deadline! What can I do?
The booklist stays open until the booklist for next year is finalised. Just place a Late Order via the website, and contact Campion to arrange collection from their warehouse. Campion website https://www.campion.com.au/support-help/support-for-parents/ or phone on 1300 433 982.
What are “School Charges”?
When you complete your order there will be two sub-totals added up at the bottom. “School Charges” is the sub-total for subscriptions (Education Perfect, Stile and/or Edrolo) which are being collected by Campion on the school’s behalf. The other sub-total is for Texts and Stationery.
How can I find out which subjects/ electives my student is enrolled in?
All students have received an email with their subject enrolments on it. Please ask to see the email if you are unsure of their subjects.