Wentworthville Tamil Study Centre, Inc.
PO Box 557
Wentworthville, NSW 2145
Term 2 assessment (writing and reading) marks and student reports will be issued at the beginning of Term 3
This year’s annual Kalaivizha is scheduled for 07th September 2019. Further details to follow...
Parents wishing to enrol their children to the new classes need to fill out an enrolment form and handover to school executive committee. The enrolment forms can be downloaded from this website or available at the Tamil school.
Parents are advised that your child's age should at least be 3 years old on or before the month of July of the calendar year in order to be admitted in Play School class. Read More...
To download Speech Competition 2019 materials & Guidelines please click the link below click here.
Highlights from the workshop on preparation for speech competition...
Render educational, cultural and social services to the Tamil community in the State of New South Wales in general and their children in particular, by conducting regular Tamil classes on Saturdays and cultural programmes and events on an annual basis, designed to fulfil their needs and aspirations and for the advancement of the younger generation living in a contemporary society.
*To render educational, cultural and social services to the Tamil community in the State of New South Wales.
*To encourage the Tamil children to communicate fluently in Tamil language with their parents, teachers and peers.
*To give the opportunity for the Tamil children to learn and understand the Tamil culture by participating in the likes of dramas, dances and music.
*To provide a platform for the youth in the Tamil community to develop their talent in performing arts
*To create conducive environment for the children as well as their parents to interact with each other.
*To encourage the youth to develop their leadership skills by conducting annual speech competition and dramas.
*To enhance the learning of Tamil using state of the art technology.