Grade 3 History Camp

As part of the Grade 3 History Unit, 75 students and 8 staff recently had a two day camp with a focus on local Indigenous and Pioneer History.
We were lucky enough to have guest presenters such as Willy Hannah and Uncle Peter Peterson, who specialise in local Koori Cultural Education.
It was also our privilege to have Bob Walton join us at the Werrimull Pioneer settlement and Wentworth Museum and Old Gaol.
Bob has been a teacher, principal and university lecturer who is also a passionate local historian.
We also had a fun time at Perry Sand hills.
A wonderful, educational, fun packed time was had by us all!!
Beck White
Grade 3 Camp Coordinator

Grade 3 Geography Unit

As part of our Geography unit, Grade 3 students learnt about Australian states and territories, our neighbouring countries, such as Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand, South America and Africa. We learnt that these continents are all in the southern hemisphere and have interesting weather, plants and animals. Students then made globes of the world.

How to keep safe online!

Being eSmart – Hints and tips from 4M

Hint One
Don’t show people photos of where you live.
Emma and Bianca
Hint Two
Don’t give out private information. (like passwords, emails, your bank account details, address or phone numbers).
Mimi and Ruby
Hint Three
Make sure your security is up to date on your computer so you can be safe online.
Sonay and Kendal

Prep Orientation Days

If you have enrolled your child at Mildura South Primary School you will receive an invitation to our two orientation days: Wednesday November 16th and Wednesday December 7th. Both days will start at 9:30am and end at 12:30pm.

Loud Shirt Day Friday 21st October 2016

loud-shirt-day-colouring-competition (Click to download)


What is Loud Shirt Day? Loud Shirt Day is the perfect way to show your support for deaf children.

Loud Shirt Day is a fun one day event on Friday 21st October 2016 when you can wear your brightest clothes and donate a gold coin in support of Taralye to help give the gift of sound and speech to deaf children.

Whether you fancy stripes, florals, polka dots or paisley, as long as it’s got colour and pizzazz, it will be perfect for Loud Shirt Day.

On Loud Shirt Day we will be having the


Colour/design a t-shirt competition

And of course our fantastic array of homemade LOUD shirts…

Op shops are fantastic places to find awesome LOUD shirts.

Check out tie dye shirts on Pinterest, some amazing ideas on there!

There will be prizes for creativity, QUIETNESS….SSSShhhhhh!!! and awesomeness!!

By supporting your child’s involvement in LOUD SHIRT DAY with a gold coin donation, you are assisting Taralye to get “deaf kids talking”.

Thank you for your support.

Get LOUD and get CREATIVE!

Entries close Friday 21st October, and are given to me.

Melissa Powell

Book Week Parade and Activities

Staff and students enjoyed a day of dressing up as favourite book characters and completed a number of fun activities in mixed age groups. Well done to Mrs Clifford and all students and teachers on a great day.











Congratulations Hockey Girls

Regional Champions

eSmart Tips

Don’t Share Passwords.
Don’t share passwords with anyone, not even your best friends, but if you trust your parent or guardian you may tell them. Do not store your passwords in obvious places, but make sure you know where they are at all times. Keep your passwords safe so nobody can access your stuff.

Abby Kaiser and Georgia Esposito

Email Tips

Vietnam Veterans Day

Mildura South PS leadership team attended the Vietnam Veterans Day memorial service on Thursday, August 18th. Vietnam Veterans Day is commemorated on 18 August every year. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Battle of Long Tan, where 108 brave young men from D Company 6RAR resisted an attack of 1,500–2,500 North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops.

eSmart Message

Mildura South PS is aiming to be an accredited eSmart school by the end of the year. An eSmart school is a school where the smart, safe and responsible use of information and communication technology is taught and used every day across the school and in the community.
The program was developed by The Alannah and Madeline Foundation for schools across Australia to help reduce bullying, cyberbullying and increase online safety. There will be helpful hints and tips about bullying, cyberbullying and online safety in each of our newsletters, school website and PAM.
MSPS eLearning Team