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Our school canteen ‘The Buzz’ will be open from Monday – Thursday for snacks. Lunch orders are available to order on Friday’s.

Uniform Shop

Wantirna South has a compulsory school uniform that is worn by all children. School Uniform can be ordered online at (go to the school uniform section and select your school, Wantirna South Primary School) or you can visit the RHS Uniform Shop:


RHS Uniform Shop

RHS Uniform Shop

Address: Unit 12/100 New Street, Ringwood
Tel: 9870 1377

Open Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm.


  • Summer Dress
  • Green Shorts with green short sleeve School Polo Shirt
  • School Bomber Jacket
  • White Socks
  • School Legionnaires Cap/School Wide Brimmed Hat


  • Winter Tunic
  • White/Green Skivvy or Green short sleeve School Polo Shirt
  • Green Bootleg Pants
  • School Bomber Jacket
  • Green/Black Tights
  • White Socks


  • Green Shorts
  • Green short sleeve School Polo Shirt
  • School Bomber Jacket
  • White/Grey Socks
  • School Legionnaires Cap/School Wide Brimmed Hat


  • Green short sleeve School Polo Shirt or White/Green Skivvy
  • School Bomber Jacket
  • Green Tracksuit Pants
  • White/Grey Socks

Parent Payments


Whole School Initiatives.

Level 6 1:1 iPad Program

We have been very excited with the opportunity and skills the students at Wantirna South Primary School have achieved with the fantastic program. Term 1 2013 marked the start of our 1:1 iPad program. Each student in Level 6 had access to their own iPad, allowing the students to personalise their learning to an even greater level. The students have used their iPads in a number of different ways. Sometimes they are their dictionary, their text book, or research partner. They have created movies, and reflected on their learning. The students take notes, publish writing pieces, work individually and in groups. The iPads have been an amazing tool that has encouraged all of us to learn more, create more and be more.  This opportunity remains available to our Year 6 students.  To further expand our technology experiences, skill development and creative exploration our year 5 students now engage with laptops in the learning environment to support learning.

Working in groups, the students took photos to represent each part of the body in order to put together a ‘real life’ person.  They then had to draw the bone structure over the top of the photo, to represent the skeletal system. It took a lot to team work to get it all together.  This is one example of collaborative work using technology. The focus for technology is to develop individuals to engage with collaborative learning, creative thinking and skills that allow them to be competent digital citizens of the future.

Technology in Level 3 and 4.

Technology in Level 1 and 2.