Melton West Primary School


Mission Statement

It is the mission of Melton West Primary School to work collaboratively to ensure high levels of learning for all.

Vision Statement

Our vision is to be an effective Professional Learning Community where collaboration, collective responsibility and a focus on improving student outcomes drives the work. Through ensuring a consistency of high-quality teaching practice in every learning space, including digital pedagogies, we will have resilient students who are engaged and have input into their education through personalised learning and goal setting and who have an unwavering belief that they can learn. We will develop respectful partnerships between students, teachers and parents. We will create the leaders of tomorrow, today.

26janAll DayAustralia Day(All Day: saturday)

29janAll DayCurriculum Day 1Pupil-Free Day(All Day: tuesday)

30janAll DayCurriculum Day 2Pupil-Free Day(All Day: wednesday)

31jan8:45 am3:05 pm★ Term 1 Starts ★8:45 am - 3:05 pm

05febAll DaySafer Internet Day(All Day: tuesday)

School Values

Communication, Respect, Teamwork, Trust

Incident Report Form

It is the right of all members of the Melton West Primary School community to experience a safe, pleasant and supportive learning environment. Staff, students and parents/carers have a right to be treated with respect and enjoy an environment free from bullying (including cyberbullying), harassment, violence, discrimination or intimidation.

Students, parents, guardians, carers, and members of our local community should use this Incident Report Form to help make us aware of and address major and minor issues. All information sent via the Incident Reporting Form will be sent to the school’s Wellbeing Team. We will follow up and find the right person to help.

Minor Incident

A minor incident is an incident that interferes with classroom teaching or causes a small level of disruption in the playground.

Examples: Inappropriate language; put downs; disrupting the games of others; littering; gossiping; throwing things; sharing food; spitting; distracting self and others.

Major Incident

A major incident is an incident that causes serious or continuous disruption in the classroom, playground or online spaces.

Examples: Aggressive language; threats; harassment; bullying; fighting; intimidation; inappropriate touching; racism; vandalism; stealing; gangs; weapons; self-harm; cyber-bullying.


A Little B-Ball, Anyone?

Melton City Council is running a 3 x 3 Basketball tournament over the school holidays for Boys and Girls between 10-17. The cost is $8 per player and you are guaranteed 3 games. Get in quick as spots are filling quickly! For more info or to register you can speak with...

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Education Subcommittee News

The Education Subcommittee have worked on reviewing the following policies: Student Management Policy and Procedures Duty of Care Policy and Procedures Curriculum Framework Policy Anaphylaxis Policy The process for enacting School Policies involves taking the DRAFT...

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