Music to go to lineup at classroom – 8.58am
Second Bell – Start Time 9.00am
Recess 11.00 – 11.30am
Lunch Eating time 1.30 – 1.40 pm
Lunch playtime 1.40 – 2.30 pm
Finish Time 3.30 pm
(2.30pm on the Final Day of terms 1, 2 & 3 and 1.30pm on the Final Day of term 4)
School Term Dates
Term 1: 27-Teachers commence & Students start 30 January – 6 April
Term 2: 24 April – 23 June
Term 3: 10 July – 15 September
Term 4: 2 October – 20 December
Term 1: 29 January (staff on site). Students commence 30 January – 28 March
Term 2: 15 April – 28 June
Term 3: 15 July – 20 September
Term 4: 7 October – 20 December
Xuno Communication App
XUNO (pronounced ‘zoo-no’) is a portal which enables parents to log in and have immediate access to student information. Information available to you will include your child’s timetable and attendance in classes, student reports and unexplained absences.
New features of the system will include direct communication with your child’s teachers, up to date news items and information, greater breakdown of attendance and access to your child’s achievements. XUNO is also used to make bookings for interviews before key reporting periods and before parent/teacher interviews.
XUNO is also used to showcase news items and calendar events to assist parents with planning and keeping up to date with what is happening at the School.
Seesaw is an amazing app used to keep families in touch with what is happening in their child’s classroom. It is a great way for students to share what they are learning at school with their families. Seesaw is a safe and creative way for your child to document their learning while practising a range of digital literacy skills in a moderated environment. Each child has their own journal in which they load photos, videos, drawings, and notes to showcase their learning in authentic ways. Seesaw opens communication with not only you but the student as well.
Seesaw is used at Mulgrave Primary School for several different tasks throughout the year. These include reading journals, homework, portfolios and ongoing assessments
Mulgrave Primary School participates in the Scholastic Book Club program.
Catalogues will be sent home with students twice per term.
Parents who would like to place an order can do so online only (no cash orders taken). Using Book Club LOOP.
Orders will then be delivered to school and sent home with students via our classroom mail.
Our school earns 20% of any orders in Scholastic rewards, to spend on Scholastic books and other educational resources for the school.
We value the assistance of parent helpers in our classrooms and with other school activities. It is a requirement of school council, that all volunteers at our school hold a current Working With Children Check (WWC check) and that these details are recorded on our Register of Volunteers. If you would like to assist in the classroom or with other school activities, please provide details of your WWC check to our school office and also ensure you update your details with the Department of Justice and Regulation, to include Mulgrave Primary School as a place you volunteer.
If you would like to apply for a Working With Children Check or need to update your details, please use the link below
Our Visitors & Volunteers policies are provided for your reference further down this page.
Breakfast Club – Free to all students
Parent Volunteers help us for our Breakfast Club, Monday – Friday – 8.45 – 9.15 am during the term.
Monday – sit down including cereal & toast
Tuesday – grab and go with fruit options
Wednesday – sit down including cereal & toast
Thursday – grab and go with fruit options
Friday – sit down including cereal & toast
Lunch Orders Service
Lunch orders are available every Friday, with a view to include an extra day some time in the future.
The Canteen operates out of our stadium and families can place their orders via Qkr! (the school preferred payment system).
The menu caters for a range of diets and we utilise the “traffic light” system ie. Green for everyday foods, Yellow for think carefully foods and red Red for occasionally foods.
Before and After School Care
Before School Care is available from 7 am. Our After School Care Program runs from 3.30 – 6.00 pm to assist our working parents. Please visit the link for information on our Before and After School Care Program provided by Camp Australia.
Camp Australia is the leading quality provider of OSHC services, with carefully structured activities and services to meet the needs of working families and school communities. Camp Australia delivers programs across Australia, with a philosophy of offering young people a unique opportunity to participate in activities in a safe environment, which will form part of their lifelong experience.
Camp Australia – Guiding Children’s Growth
Camp Australia programs are centred on child enrichment, while ensuring a reliable, engaging, and hassle-free OSHC service at our school. Their engaged educators foster a safe, inclusive environment where children can relax, have fun, and grow.
Your OSHC – OSHC that inspires
Camp Australia OSHC at Mulgrave Primary School, every before school, after school and pupil free day program is tailored to the likes and interests of each child in service. Camp Australia’s educators design enriching experiences to inspire your children’s confidence, independence, and imagination. In any one week, they could be participating in science experiments, active play, creative expression and more – they believe in learning through experience so that each child can grow.
Rocketeers – Extraordinary Holiday Adventures
Rocketeers by Camp Australia is a space for children to escape the ordinary and experience the extraordinary during their school holidays. Every school holiday break is a new mission for children to embark upon. With carefully designed programs, directed by the children, and informed by family feedback, no two days are the same with Rocketeers. Experiences planned could include games, arts & crafts, sport, excursions, cooking, coding and more..
Mulgrave Primary School has a company that comes to us to teach your children musical instruments or vocal lessons.
Wonnies would like to welcome all families to a new year of music lessons. We are looking forward to working with new and current
families again in 2022.
ENROLMENTS ARE NOW BEING TAKEN
Music lessons that are taught at school are to provide children an opportunity to learn in an environment that they are familiar with. Our primary objective with teaching at schools is to build the best music program (with the support of the music co-ordinator), for the school and to encourage as many children to learn one of the many instruments that we offer.
Parents no longer have to drive their children to lessons after school and with our program, there are plenty of opportunities to perform and to join our school bands. We work together with the school to ensure that children are not taken from their ‘specialist’ or ‘core learning’ subjects to attend lessons.
Individual or Group Lessons are available at all schools.
Children are collected from their class during school hours, at recess or lunch. Our teachers make sure their students are not missing the same class each week.
ALL OUR TEACHERS HAVE A WORKING WITH CHILDREN CHECK.
Please click on this link to contact Wonnies:
Policies & Other Documents