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Important Dates

  • 15 June

    Reconciliation & First Eucharist certificate weekend

  • 17 June

    Book Fair

  • 18 June

    Book Fair

  • 18 June

    PP Excursion Brownes Dairy

  • 19 June

    Book Fair

  • 19 June

    Story Telling Night

  • 20 June

    Book Fair

  • 20 June

    Winter Carnival East - Noranda NA/Swan Districts NA, Coolbinia Reserve, & Yokine ROS

  • 21 June

    Book Fair

  • 21 June

    Assembly Yrs PP-2)

  • 24 June

    Reports go home

  • 25 June

    Hymn Singing

  • 27 June

    TERM 2 ENDS for Students

  • 27 June

    Mass Yr 6 (Reconciliation following Mass Yr 6)

  • 27 June

    Whole School Mass

  • 28 June

    PD Day Berry Street

  • 28 June

    Pupil Free Day

School News

Sep 14, 2023

Kindy Enrolments

If you have a child turning 4 years of age between the 1st of July 2023 and the 30th of June 2024, they will be eligible to attend Kindergarten in 2024. Please put your enrolment form into the school office asap. We have already filled one class and the other one is filling quickly.


Science Week 2023

What a blast Science Week was! We are so lucky at Mary Mac as we have so many budding scientists who just amaze us with their creative and clever ideas every day! This week was their time to shine as we celebrated everything SCIENCE!!!

This year’s theme for Science Week was ‘innovation’ and the students were asked to build a hoop glider that would fly the furthest in their class. The challenge was on, and the students needed to channel their inner innovator as they modified their own gliders to try and make theirs go further! Flights were had and winning glider distances were measured. The winning glider designer in each class were rewarded with a mini trophy and certificate to take home. An overall lower and upper school champion was also declared and were awarded with a larger trophy and rocket building kit.

Competitions with awesome prizes were also running for the two weeks leading up to Science Week. The uppers were asked to research who the inventors were of some everyday items found around our school while the juniors had fun colouring in a futuristic picture.

We were lucky enough to be able to finish up our scientific celebrations on Friday by having the amazing ‘Supersonic Science” duo come and entertain us all. What a blast they were…literally! They demonstrated so many engaging, exciting, surprising and sometime very loud experiments for the whole school to enjoy.

Special thanks to all the students who really embraced the celebrations and made it such a successful week. We are already looking forward to next year!

Competition winners:

Colouring Competition (PP – 2)
Aping (2G)
Kaia (1G)

Innovations competition (3 – 6)
Talia (5B)
Crystal (3G)

Hoop glider/plane Challenge winners (furthest flight):
Axel (3G)
Tate and Noah (6B)

Helen Jerkovich and Jo Rodgers


Uniform Shop  

The Uniform Shop will be open as usual for the start of Term 2, Tuesday 8 am – 9.30 am.

Uniform Concepts Inglewood Super Shop

832 Beaufort Street Inglewood

Phone 9270 4658


Opening Hours


9-5 PM


9-6 PM


9-5 PM


9-1 PM



Uniform Shop Manager


Second-Hand Uniforms

If you would like to purchase any second hand uniforms, please contact Mrs Anita Andrews 0412 866588.


Campion Education

School books will no longer be available to collect from the School Hall in 2024. Parents will have two options either to go to Campion themselves or order online for home delivery.


Canteen News

The new Semester 2 CANTEEN MENU for 2023 is available on the MMCCPS website or alternatively, if you require a hard copy, at the office or canteen. Please refer to this new menu ONLY, as many changes have taken place, with freshly made products.

The canteen operates on Monday, Wednesday & Friday. To alleviate using money, Mary MacKillop Catholic Community Primary School has an online ordering system for canteen orders.  This enables a more efficient and effective service available to you and your family.

You can visit to register.

Canteen tokens are available to purchase from the office or canteen at a cost of $32 per sheet. Lunch/recess order bags are available from the canteen, 20 bags for $1.  Please ensure your child’s name and correct class are written clearly on bags. Separate bags must be written for recess and lunch. PLEASE DO NOT USE STICKY TAPE OR STAPLES TO SECURE LUNCH BAGS.

All lunch/recess orders must be placed in classroom baskets before the class commences. They will then be taken to the canteen.  If your child is late, they are to take the lunch order directly to the canteen.

All prepaid drink orders from Yrs 1-6 are to be collected by your child at the canteen with their lunch order bags as proof of purchase.

Ice creams are then sold after the students are dismissed from eating their lunch. If ice creams are pre ordered, the bag must be shown at the canteen when picking up the ice cream.  

Please note, your child can purchase a drink or ice cream without pre ordering if they have money.

Parents, please do not allow your children to buy ice creams for their friends and no large amounts of money should not be given to them.  Thank you for your co operation in this matter.

If you wish to volunteer in the canteen please come and see me, we would love your help.

If you have any queries, please come and see either myself or Kath and we will be happy to help.

Sylvia Iggleden.


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