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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Kindy Farm Excursion

Kindy Farm Excursion: Calmsley City Farm 2016

My favourite part was the girl that did the magic tricks with the whip and milking the cow. –Nuwal My favourite part was seeing and holding the cute little rabbit– Marlannah My favourite part was seeing the dogs run because they... Read more

S3O Art

S3O Japanese Art

This term S3O have been learning about Japanese art. We explored the use of positive and negative space with our Notan designs. We created Chibi characters. Chibi's are used in Japanese anime and means short person. They have... Read more

S1C Information Reports

In Term 3, Stage 1 has been learning about mini-beasts and writing information reports. In S1C, we've had the chance to read lots of different texts as well as go on an excursion to Penrith Lakes to learn about the different... Read more

S2A Book Week

S2A Book Week

Every year schools across Australia spend the week celebrating books and Australian authors and illustrators. This year the theme was Australia! Story Country. On Thursday 25 August we had a book parade and all the students... Read more

SCH Jellyfish Writing

Jellyfish Jellyfish glow. Their tentacles are curved. Jellyfish feel squishy. Their bodies feel slimy. They have tingly tentacles. Jellyfish are big. Their bell can come in different sizes. Jellyfish move upwards. They have to... Read more

S3B Western Sydney  University visit

S3B Western Sydney University Visit

On Tuesday 26 July S3B, along with the other Stage 3 classes, visited the Western Sydney University Hawkesbury Campus as part of the First Foot Forward Program. This program provided us with the opportunity to learn about our... Read more