Parents

Newsletters and Notices

2017 Newsletter Editions:

Newsletter No. 21 – 7th December 2017

Newsletter No. 20 – 23rd November 2017

Newsletter No. 19 – 9th November 2017

Newsletter No. 18 – 26th October 2017

Newsletter No. 17 – 12th October 2017

Newsletter No. 16 – 14th September 2017

Newsletter No. 15 – 31st August 2017

Newsletter No. 14 – 17th August 2017

Newsletter No. 13 – 3rd August 2017

Newsletter No. 12 – 20th July 2017

Newsletter No. 11 – 29th June 2017

Newsletter No. 10 – 15th June 2017

Newsletter No. 9 – 1st June 2017

Newsletter No. 8 – 18th May 2017

Newsletter No. 7 – 4th May 2017

Newsletter No. 6 – 20th April 2017

Newsletter No. 5 – 30th March 2017

Newsletter No. 4 – 16th March 2017

Newsletter No. 3 – 2nd March 2017

Newsletter No. 2 – 16th February 2017

Newsletter No. 1 – 2nd February 2017

2017 Partners in Learning Editions:

Partners in Learning No. 18 – 14th December 2017

Partners in Learning No. 17 – 30th November 2017 

Partners in Learning No. 16 – 16th November 2017 

Partners in Learning No. 15 – 2nd November 2017

Partners in Learning No. 14 – 19th October 2017

Partners in Learning No. 13 – 21st September 2017 

Partners in Learning No. 12 – 7th September 2017 

Partners in Learning No. 11 – 24th August 2017

Partners in Learning No. 10 – 10th August 2017

Partners in Learning No. 9 – 27th July 2017

Partners in Learning No. 8 – 22nd June 2017

Partners in Learning No. 7 – 25th May 2017

Partners in Learning No. 6 – 11th May 2017

Partners in Learning No. 5 – 27th April 2017

Partners in Learning No. 4 – 23rd March 2017

Partners in Learning No. 3 – 9th March 2017

Partners in Learning No. 2 – 23rd February 2017

Partners in Learning No. 1 – 9th February 2017

 

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Parent Programs

 

At Melton West Primary School parents are encouraged to participate in the children’s learning process through assistance in curriculum programs both at school and at home. A comprehensive communication system both at school and at home is in practice.

Parents are involved through:

 

  • School Council
  • School Council sub-committees
  • Fundraising
  • Classroom assistance
  • Whole-school special events
  • Surveys and reports
  • Information sessions
  • Other areas of interest.

Extend at MWPS: After School Care

All families requiring bookings for the 2018 Extend After School Care Program (existing and new families) must create a new account with LookedAfter. Melton West Primary School will be running after school care only in 2018 (no before school care).

To enrol your child in the Extend After School Care Program, please visit http://www.lookedafter.com/

Lunch Orders

 

Our canteen is open daily at recesses and lunchtimes and provides a range of everyday food options for all students. The menu is updated regularly. When ordering lunch orders from the canteen, please write your child’s name and grade clearly on a lunch bag.

Uniform

Uniform Policy

 

All students are required to wear the prescribed school uniform of Melton West Primary School. The school uniform is available for purchase at Lowes at Woodgrove Shopping Centre.

Sunsmart Hats (broad-brimmed or bucket) are a compulsory part of the school uniform. They must be worn during Terms 1 and 4 while students are outside, including all physical education activities and excursions.

Special 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 and teaching environment. Staff, students and parents/carers have a right to be treated with respect, and enjoy an environment free from bullying (including cyber bullying), harassment, violence, discrimination or intimidation.

Students and parents/carers should use this Special Incident Reporting Form to identify and report issues to the school’s Wellbeing Team. We will follow up on the student’s behalf 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.


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