The role of the School Council is to serve the interests of Mount Waverley Heights Primary School students and staff and to promote the school in the wider community. School Council….
- Is a legally formed body that is given powers to set the key directions of a school
- Is the major governing body of the school
- Plays an important role in school accountability and improvement processes
- Endorses the key school planning, evaluation and reporting documents
There are three categories of membership – The Principal (Executive Officer), parent members and DET employee members (Staff). School counselors are elected for a two-year term. Members are unpaid volunteers elected by the school community. Participating as a school council member is a rewarding and challenging experience. The School Council supports the principal to provide the best possible educational outcomes for students.
School Council Meeting Dates:
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month commencing at 6.00pm. Sub-Committee meetings are held before School Council which begins at 7pm. School Council elections take place in February. The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is generally held in March.
I am the mum of two girls and have been on the school council since 2012. I joined council to be an integral part of continually improving the school for both my girls and all future students. It is a pleasure to be part of the inclusive and progressive Mount Waverley Heights community. I have a background in customer service management for the IT and Automotive sectors. I currently work for an engineering training company as Quality Manager.
I joined the School Council in 2015 when my daughter commenced Prep. I was impressed with the pro-active approach the Principal’s and teaching staff had to building a greater sense of community; their focus on developing the ‘whole person’ and their passion for learning. I see that the School Council provides our parent group with a voice. Education is not just up to the Teachers, it is a collaborative approach between the school and the family so I feel fortunate to have the flexibility to be actively involved.
I have my own Coaching business, The Topline Group, where I work with Salespeople, Leaders and Youth to develop the competencies required to be successful in life and business.
Mount Waverley Heights Parents Association takes this opportunity to welcome the parents of new students. We hope you and your family will have a long and happy association with us.
Meetings take place on a Wednesday night at 7.30pm. Details of meeting times and activities are advised in the school newsletter.
Primarily, the Parents’ Club exists to raise money for the benefit of the children at our school. Regular events include Mothers’ and Fathers’ Day stalls, discos, Twilight Sports, Christmas Concert, Community Trivia Night, Footy Day, etc.
Mavragani Greek School has had a long association with MWHPS and offers all levels of tuition from Prep to VCE. Lessons operate out of our school facilities every Wednesday evening from 4.45-8.30pm.
For more information please contact Mavragani Greek School
Vlassios (Vic) & Nelly Mavraganis
Mobile: 0427 004 033
Phone/Fax: (03)9753 5408
GKR Karate are now offering classes on Tuesday and Friday nights at MWHPS. Two sessions are available both nights from 6.30pm to 7.30pm or 7.30pm to 8.30pm.
Website – https://www.gkrkarate.com/
Melbourne Sports Institute
The Melbourne Sports Institute facilitate lunchtime sports programs throughout the School term for students. Each of our locations has a designated coach to become familiar with the students which promotes growth and understanding.
Joining our program is a great way to keep students involved in activity outside of School hours. Participants develop their motor skills, make friends and gain self-confidence. Our clinics have been developed with enjoyment, skill and personal development of the student in mind.
Website – https://msisport.com.au/
In a world where technology touches every aspect of our lives, it is crucial that our children understand how it works. Digimaker is an exciting after school club that teaches computer programming.
Digimakers program will:
* Build games, animations & stories utilising pupils creative thinking
* Develop logical thinking and problem solving skills
* Express ideas and boost confidence working in a collaborative environment
* Enable the grasp of computational thinking which combines math and logic
Every Tuesday after school 3:30pm – 4:30pm
Website – http://www.digimaker.com.au