2025 Year 7 Transition Hub


We understand moving from primary to secondary school can be a big change. This hub is intended for families who have been offered a place at our College for 2025, to help make your transition a smooth process.

Below on this page you will find all of the information you need to get started at Werribee Secondary College.

Click the below events to see more details or to add them to your calendar:

FROM THE PRINCIPAL | Ms Amanda Mullins

I wish to extend a huge welcome to our new Year 7 students and families.  Werribee Secondary College has a proud history where all of our students are supported to be their best and ‘Live Worthily’.

At Werribee Secondary College we concentrate on developing the student as a whole.  Adolescence is a time of change and challenge.  We fully support the growth of our students socially, emotionally, physically and academically. We have support structures in place to ensure our students learn about themselves, are able to make good choices and perform their best in all their classes.

Throughout their time at the college, students are given choice about their future pathways and have many opportunities to join extra curricular activities to pursue their interests or develop leadership skills. Please take the time to read through all of the information on this page and browse our wider website to learn more about our school and the things available for you. I look forward to meeting you soon.

2025 Enrolments

Families who receive a 2025 year 7 placement at Werribee Secondary College received a welcome email containing online enrolment details.

Enrolment submissions are due in August 2024.

Your place at the college is not confirmed until your enrolment is complete.
An expression of interest for SELP is provided within the form; late enrolments are ineligible to apply.

It is also important families return their child’s placement acceptance slip to their primary school.

If in July 2024 you receive a placement with us but do not receive your welcome email please contact us. If you have yet to apply for place with us, please visit the enrolments page of this website to start the application process.

Meet The Junior School Team

These are your go-to contacts in the Junior School office. The Junior School office can be contacted via the main school phone number and then following the prompts.

If your query is not urgent, the preferred method of contact is email.
(03) 9741 1822

Mr Kristyan D’Aprano

Assistant Principal | Junior School

Oversees enrolments as well as planning, programs and behavioural support.

Ms Sarah Hill

Director of Junior School


Ms Hill oversees the transition process, as well as Junior School curriculum and communication.

Ms Jodie Hugo

Year 7 Coordinator


As year level coordinator, Ms Hugo assists with with information, attendance, behaviour and support.

Ms Michelle Vincent



Your initial point of contact at the Junior School office. Ms Vincent assists with all administrative duties.

Mr Jonathan Lynch

Year 8 Coordinator


Located in the Junior office, Mr Lynch can assist year 7 students when Ms Hugo is not available.

Online Information Session

Please view this recording if you missed the ‘Year 7 in 2025 online parent information session’ held in April 2024. This provides information about the placement and enrolment process and a general overview of the college.

A further information night for enrolled year 7 families is planned for 2nd December 2024 in the college Recital Centre which will cover more in depth information about starting at the college.

Important Information

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A handy guide for students and parents outlining key expectations at the college and ‘what to do’ in many common situations.

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A handy guide for students and parents outlining college uniform expectations and purchasing information.

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A printable summary of the college 2025 term dates, Victorian public holidays, college bell times and a college map.

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The Atrium Cafe offers daily fresh meals and snacks for a range of dietary requirements and online ordering via QuickCliq.

At Werribee Secondary College we strive for success in all the chosen endeavours of our students. We nurture the values of respect and responsibility. We respect, and are responsible for embracing our identity and that of others; taking care of our local and global communities, and valuing the right to learn.

We respect and are responsible for our:



I respect my own right to learn and that of others, and I recognise my responsibility to become a lifelong learner.


I respect the diverse cultures, religions, languages, beliefs, genders, sexual orientation and the specific needs of those around me. I respect my own role within this community and take responsibility to show respect for both myself and others.


I respect the local and global communities within which I live. I understand my responsibility in protecting these communities to ensure a safe and sustainable future in which everyone feels they belong.

Year 7 Curriculum

All students undertake a learning program based on the Victorian Curriculum and participate in a daily homegroup session. This program has been well established at year 7 to assist with the transition from primary school. Students study all eight key learning areas: English, Mathematics, Science, Humanities, Health & Physical Education, Technology, Arts and Languages (LOTE). Morning homegroup sessions encompass many aspects of student wellbeing, establish connection with a peer group and dedicated teacher, and encourage participation in short topical activities.

Students who obtain places in year 7 SELP have all classes together, undertaking accelerated Mathematics, Science and Humanities, extension in English, Music, Arts and Technology, and personal goals in Health and Physical Education, as well as their chosen language. Further details are provided on the SELP page.

Instrumental Music

Private instrumental music lessons are a co-curricular option where students can receive specialised tuition in small groups. Instrumental students also take part in band and ensemble practices and perform at concerts. The below annual fees apply for this optional program:

$390: Violin, Viola, Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone, Trombone, Trumpet.
$990: Piano, Drums/Percussion, Vocal Lessons.
$490: Acoustic Guitar (must own an acoustic guitar).

Frequently Asked Questions

Don’t forget these important dates.
Click on each to learn more or to add them to your digital calendar.


You may think that year 7 is going to be a big change and that it will be something that will be hard to get used to, but it’s not. You get used to the changing classes within the first 2-3 weeks. There is nothing to be scared of. You will have some of your friends that you have now, and you will make new friends.



Students Currently Enrolled At Werribee Secondary College


2023 Year 12 Students Successfully Graduated With Tertiary Offers.

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