School Council meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, except during school holidays.
Meetings begin at 6.00pm and are held in the staff room. Extraordinary meetings may be held at other times.
All government schools in Victoria have School Councils. They are legally formed bodies, which are given powers to set the key directions of a school. In doing so, a School Council is able to directly influence the quality of education provided to its students.
The School Council has responsibilities for developing such things as:
Parents on council provide important viewpoints and have valuable skills, which help in shaping the direction of our school. All parents are welcome to join our school council. Please contact the school on 56881460 for more information.
Welshpool & District Primary School is a school formed from the merger of Port Welshpool Primary School and Welshpool Primary School. Located centrally between Foster and Yarram in South Gippsland, the school’s enrolment is drawn from the township of Welshpool, the fishing village of Port Welshpool and the rural communities of Hedley, Wonyip, Woorarra, Binginwarri and Agnes.