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Welcome to Mary MacKillop Catholic Community Primary School

Mary MacKillop Catholic Community Primary School caters for boys and girls from K-6 and our main focus is to provide a quality Catholic education to all students in our care. We aim to provide a safe, caring and loving environment for all students.

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Administration of Schools (AoS)

Dear Parents and Caregivers

Administration of Schools (AoS)

Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) has committed to a new Administration software platform that has been a work in progress for the last couple of years.

As the demands of modern schools increase, the services required to support schools increase faster still. AoS (Adm in of Schools) is a comprehensive engine designed to integrate all these services and unite them in one central management system. Mary MacKillop Catholic Community Primary School have been working with staff from CEWA in preparation for the installation of AoS, to replace our current Administration system. Please be aware that this will occur as of Monday 15th June 2020. There will be several changes such as a new BPAY reference number and SEQTA logins.

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Family Health Care Card

If your circumstances have changed and your family are now eligible for a Family Health Care Card, please contact the office to make an application for your discount on your school fees.

Term 2 Arrangements

Dear Parents and Caregivers

I wanted to firstly thank you for your strong support of Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA), and especially for our wonderful staff, over the past six weeks. Our system’s commitment to a Christ-centred and student-focused education has been at the forefront of our efforts as we have been challenged by and responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.

As you are aware, in alignment with the Western Australian Government’s position, from Wednesday 29 April, Catholic schools will reopen. CEWA continues to be in full compliance with the National Cabinet’s “COVID-19: National Principles of School Education”. Link to National Principles

Students in Years 11 and 12 are strongly encouraged to attend classes for face-to-face teaching. Parents of children in Years K to 10 have been given the choice as to whether their children attend a school or undertake to learn from home. Parents are reminded that they should not send their children to school if they are unwell.

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Important Dates

Nothing from 03 June to 10 June.

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School Fees

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