Hebersham Public School was established in 1972. Literacy, numeracy and student welfare are key focus areas. The school programs are endorsed by staff, parents and caregivers who support children to be "ready to achieve", the school motto.  
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Building your child's reading skills

Here are some simple tips to encourage your child to become a strong reader and a book lover for the rest of their lives. Share a book at home Children love to hear a story read aloud. Try reading with different voices, lots of... Read more

Too sick to go to school?

Sometimes it's hard to know if your child is really coming down with something or just suffering a bout of Mondayitis. For safety's sake, if your child seems unwell you should always keep them home from school and seek medical... Read more

Sorting fact from fiction

You can't always trust what you read when researching information for homework, assignments or projects. Here are ways your child can tell a good website - or any document - from a bad one. Reader beware With so much information... Read more

Social media, kids and privacy

Regardless of your child's age, the world may already know a lot more about them than you suspect. According to recent research: 92% of children under the age of two have a digital presence (it starts with proud parents posting... Read more

What parents need to know about Kik

It seems that every few months a new social media platform or mobile app emerges and becomes popular with young people in our school community. Suddenly "everyone" is on it, according to our children. It's hard for most adults to... Read more

ANZAC Day Service

This Friday the 11th April 2014, our school will be holding our annual ANZAC Day Service. The service will begin at 9:30am in Yalingen Allawah. Please send some flowers and/or greenery on Friday morning to add to your child's... Read more