School Information


More information coming soon.

Parent Information

External Service Providers

Lake Windemere welcomes student access to therapies that supports inclusion and engagement at school. Please see the parent information document for more information about how to organise access to your child’s service providers at school.

Parent Information

(PDF Document)

Parent Request Form

(PDF Document)

License Agreement

(PDF Document)

Services Schedule

(PDF Document)


More information coming soon.

Student Wellbeing and Engagement

More information coming soon.

Governing Council

The Governing Council’s role is to:

Set broad directions for the school in conjunction with the site leader. This may include the school vision, statement of purpose, and school values which focus on improving child/student learning. 

Develop broad directional policy statements that assist the pre/school to achieve its vision and broad direction 

Initiate and approve recommendations and strategies (whilst conforming to government policy, industrial agreements, DfE policy and direction and site decision making structures).

Governing Council is an elected body of parents that meet twice a term to represent the wider school community. They work with the Principal and Director around matters of ‘governance’ in the preschool and school. 

Things that cover ‘governance’ include:

  • Reviewing current school polices (eg- Anti-bullying, Sun-safe, grievance procedures etc.)
  • Fundraising for our students (your children) so we can continually improve our facilities/ equipment (FUNdraising committee)
  • Oversight of the schools Learning Improvement plans
  • Oversight of our sites finances

Student Leadership

Students are provided with a range of opportunities to develop skills of leadership, organisation and compassionate citizenship. These include student action teams, house captains, presenting at assembly, courtesy students roles, tour guides, class buddies, cross age tutoring programs and as part of student forums on issues such as school uniform design and developing the school values.

Sports Day House Captains

Lake Windemere students have the opportunity to become Sports Day Captains for Sports Day. All year 6 and 7 students must write an application describing themselves as a learner, their relationships with peers, staff and school community, their behavior in class and the year and lastly why they should be chosen as a captain. The Sports Day Committee read all applications sent through by our students and select captains. Sports Day Captains must demonstrate strong leadership, commitment to the school values and represent their team. The house captains represent the following school houses;

Tangku (snake) – red
Nakulda (shark) – green
Tuparra (lizard) – blue
Pila (eagle) – yellow

School Policies & Procedures

Cyberbullying Policy

(PDF, 247KB)

SunSmart Policy

(PDF, 149KB)

Uniform Policy

(PDF, 432KB)


We believe that voluntary workers can make a significant contribution to the school community by giving their time and sharing their skills and expertise with others. Volunteers may have a wide range of interests and abilities that complement school programs, thus providing a wider range of interactions and experiences for students.

Volunteers will be assessed for their suitability to work at the school. This assessment will be made in relation to the skills and contributions being offered.

Sequence of Steps for Volunteers

1. Make contact with the school to ascertain school needs re volunteers
2. Provide documentation for the criminal history check
3. Attend the Orientation meeting
4. Sign agreement form


QKR! App

School payments including lunch orders, school uniforms, school fees and excursions can all be paid by the QKR app. Please click on link for instructions for downloading.

QKr! - How to Canteen

(PDF, 276KB)