CAT (Common Assessment Task)

The first reports are going up- Jump Online… details below The first CAT (Common Assessment Task) report is going up tomorrow. You can view teacher feedback and even leave a comment. We know that student outcomes improve when parent engagement is high. So test your log on, ready to view the CATs. The first round of CATs will be:

  • Prep- Maths- Numbers to 10. (Ungraded)
  • Yr 1/2- Learner Profile
  • Yr 3/4- Reading
  • Yr 5/6- Writing- Letter Writing

To log on, enter your parent code (The first three letters of your last name and a four digit code- ie. ABC0011)

You can log in at www.mildurawestps.vic.jdlf.com.au or via the mobile apps available in the Android and iTunes stores – search for Compass School Manager. Compass Support - If you need help please call! A password reset is easy! If you would like further assistance please make a time to meet with Darrel Branson or Luke Jeffers. We are here to help! 

School Times

School Times – Important, please take note. All schools have agreed times that parents and students must abide by. 8.30am – Children cannot be at school before 8.30. Classrooms are open at this time. 3.15pm – Children MUST be picked up at this time. Lately we’ve had many children left at the office for a long period after this time. This is unacceptable – teachers are in meetings and office staff are unable to take care of children left waiting for long periods of time. Parents/Carers, PLEASE respect this times.

Prep Information Evening

Come and discover how to help your child learn

  • Where: Library
  • Time: 6.30 – 7.30pm
  • When: Thursday 19th March 
  • Please note: there will be a Crèche available

Physical Activity and Movement Policy

Physical Activity and Movement Policy :- please take a look at our new Physical Activity and Movement Policy.

Student Leadership Badge ceremony

Reminder: Student Leadership Badge ceremony

Thursday March 5th

9.00am in Gym

Morning Tea provided

FRIENDSHIP ZONE Lunchtime FUN!

FRIENDSHIP ZONE Lunchtime FUN! Boardgames, skipping, dancing, chalk drawing, dress ups, friends & lots more!!

A happy start to the Friendship Zone! Our wonderful RREP's participated in their training and now are enthusiastically helping, caring and setting up  activities for Westies that visit the Friendship Zone to find friends and fun during lunchtimes.

“I enjoy going to the Friendship Zone.  I like the dress ups and the games” Shylah

“I enjoy being a RREP and playing games with the kids. I like organizing the activities. It's a good place to come and find friends”. Memphis

“Friendship Zone is absolutely amazing because I come here to find friends when I can’t find my friends”. Sammy

“Friendship Zone is fun and it has lots of different games”. Lotus

“Being a RREP is really fun because you get to work with the kids and teach them fun games and activities”. Connor

Parent/Teacher/Student Meetings

Thank you so much for coming to meet with our teachers this week.

Teachers and parents provide a vital support system to help students flourish. Both groups are important. When parents and teachers communicate and work together effectively, it can significantly impact each student’s long-term success. Research states that relationships between parents and teachers can influence student progress and that a positive, effective relationship between parents and teachers can help students prosper

Grade 1/2 Swimming

There’s been lots of splashing, laughter and learning from the Grade 1/2s this week! Over 100 Grade 1 & 2 children have been learning all about water safety and awareness at the Mildura Wave Pool. They have been participating in lessons each day building their confidence and skills in the water. The instructors have complimented our children on their wonderful behaviour! We have been so proud of them all :)

The children learnt the importance of ‘3 R’s’…If you are in trouble. Roll over, Relax and Rescue, put your hand up and call HELP (or kick and go to side…rescuing yourself)

MWPS Being Healthy Together

At last week’s School Council Meeting the council members successfully passed a Physical Activity and Movement Policy. This policy will guide all physical activity and movement activities at Mildura West and supports our quest in becoming a healthier school. Any questions please see David Hall.

To celebrate Ride to School Day on Friday 13th March we will have our first Walking Bus for the year. Everyone is welcome: walkers, bikes, trikes, scooters and even prams. The bus will leave from the car park at Mansell Reserve at 8:25am. We will travel along Ontario Avenue, then turn into Ninth Street and make our way to school. Mr Hall will be accompanying the walking school bus.

Any parents/carers or siblings wanting to walk with us are most welcome.

CATS- Compass online

Have you seen your child’s Report?

Jump Online… details below

The first CAT (Common Assessment Task) report is going up next week.  You can view teacher feedback and even leave a comment. We know that students outcomes improve when parent engagement is high. So test your log on, ready to view the CATs next week.

The first round of CATs will be:

Prep- Maths- Numbers to 10. (Online- Week 6, Ungraded)

Yr 1/2- Learner Profile (Online- Week 6)

Yr 3/4- Reading (Online- Week 6)

Yr 5/6- Writing- Letter Writing (Online- Week 6)

To log on, enter your parent code (The first three letters of your last name and a four digit code- ie. ABC0011)

You can log in at www.mildurawestps.vic.jdlf.com.au  or via the mobile apps available in the Android and iTunes stores – search for Compass School Manager.

Compass Support

If you need help please call! A password reset is easy! If you would like further assistance please make a time to meet with Darrel Branson or Luke Jeffers. We are here to help!

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