Macgregor Primary School

Message from the Principal

Lana Read-Executive Officer

Welcome to Macgregor Primary School. Our school is the community hub of the suburb and is designed to cater for students from preschool to year 6.

Macgregor Primary is proudly a Professional Learning Community and our primary focus is learning. We have high expectations of students academically, socially and as young citizens. The school exists to prepare students for a successful life beyond school and within the community. Our staff will do whatever it takes to ensure that all students achieve success.

As well as educating students, Macgregor Primary School equips students with the social skills they need and encourages everyone to develop strong friendships. Our collaborative approach to teaching and learning helps develop these skills.

Our community has developed a core set of values which we hold very dearly and through which we filter all of our actions at Macgregor. They are:

Belonging, Respect, Individuality, Cooperation and Kindness

Known as our BRICK principles, these values are embedded in all that we do at the school and are recognised and rewarded at our school assemblies.

A strong sense of community is very important to us at Macgregor and we work hard at maintaining a welcoming and inclusive partnership with parents and the wider community. Engagement with a child's learning is, without doubt, one of the greatest indicators of success for all students and there are many ways you can do this at Macgregor.

If you have any queries, or would like to make an appointment to have a look at our school or discuss your child, please do not hesitate to contact the school to make an appointment with the Principal or the Deputy Principal.

Lana Read

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Our NAIDOC Week celebrations will be on Monday 29th June.  Students from preschool to year 6 will be participating in rotations, led by community volunteers and staff members. These will include painting, percussion workshops, story telling and a walk on country.

Posted on 21 May 2015

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