Latest News Updates

Pokémon Cards

Please understand that we cannot supervise the trading of Pokémon cards.

Talk with your children about which cards they can swap and which ones they

cannot swap. If your child brings the cards to school, it is the child’s

responsibility to take care of them. If they are really special to the child then they should probably stay at home.

Open Door Policy

Remember we operate an open door policy. Please pop in to visit your child’s classroom and say hello to the teacher. We love it when our parents/carers spend time in our classrooms. Book an appointment with your child’s class teacher if you have questions or concerns that are of a private nature. A date for parent/teacher meetings to get to know your child will be announced next week.

We want the very best for your child. Please continue to work with us so your child can grow in confidence, with a love of learning, and a determination to be the best person they can be.

We will do everything we can to help your child to do their best.  Let us know if we can support you in any way.

As you know one of our school values is Respect.  We endeavour to ensure that all children show respect for everything (friends, adults, property) and we constantly remind learners of the values that underpin our every action. This week we have been focussing on reminding children to greet others and use their name. Please help us reinforce this curtesy.

Thank you

I would like to thank…..

·        Our parents/carers who have supported their children’s education 

·        All those people who have volunteered throughout the year.

·        Our wonderful school council who support the school in so many ways.

·        The absolutely fantastic staff who work tirelessly to ensure MWPS is a GREAT school and take such good care of our children.

·        And last, but not least, the students! It’s such a pleasure coming to school each day because the children are simply amazing!!  

Book Launch

I want to thank the parents/carers, families and friends who came to share in the celebration. It was terrific.

Our grade 6 leaders also organised a wonderful parade and everyone danced away! After our colourful fancy dress parade, the Grade 6 children also ran games for the remainder of the school.

It was lots of fun!!

Games Net Team

GAMES NET Students go to Melbourne

On Monday our 'Games Net’ students went to Melbourne to visit ACMI (The Australian Centre for the Moving Image). They worked with other students from all parts of the state to work on developing video games. They worked in their teams with students from both primary and secondary schools. They will visit Melbourne again on Thursday (Aug 13th) to continue to develop their ideas in their teams. For the rest of the term they will be using video conferencing and other technology to build, communicate and collaborate on their video games which will be published later this year.

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