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Parents of students at Wyndham College are able to access student information on attendance, daily messages, awards and timetables via the school Sentral parent portal.
Parent / Teacher interviews are also booked using the parent portal.
To access the parent portal use your email account that was provided during enrolment at Wyndham College. Login detail are emailed to parents and also posted to the student enrolment postal address. Should you require another copy of the letter, please contact the school on 9208 7100.
To register to use the Parent Portal, visit the Sentral parent portal registration page.
To access the Parent Portal, visit the Sentral login page.
Wyndham College students are able access school information including attendance, daily messages, awards and timetables via the school Sentral student portal. Log in using your DoE Internet username and password. We encourage students to log on to their portal daily to check for important notices and make sure that their attendance is acceptable.
To access the Student Portal, visit the Sentral login page.
Wyndham College students can access their Department of Education email, Google Apps, and many other learning resources and tools through their Department of Education student portal. Student may use their Internet username and password to log on to this page. If students have forgotten their log on details please speak to a class teacher or visit the IT service room at the top of B Block on the right, or Library for help to reset your password.
We love books and almost every week we buy something new to lend to students and staff.
You can search for book titles in our online catalogue.
Library members can read popular comics, graphic novels and manga titles as well as new and popular novels. You can also borrow books for research and study.
Nirimba Education Precinct
NIRIMBA FIELDS NSW 2763
Postal Address: Wyndham College
PO BOX 117
QUAKERS HILL NSW 2763
telephone 02 9208 7100
We would like to acknowledge the Warawara people who are the Traditional Custodians of the land on which our College is situated. We would also like to pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging of the Dharug Nation and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people.
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