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RE: COVID-19 UPDATE 5 April 2020   6 Apr to 9 Apr 20 are pupil free days, otherwise referred to as staff development days. Staff will be engaging in professional learning and planning for Term 2. No student learning packages will be provided during this week. Term 2 starts on Tues 28 Apr...     

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Press read more to access links that will support learning continuity in the event of disruption during school closure - keeping education open.

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Kiss and Drop

The new kiss and drop zone continues to provide challenges which tend to be more so in the afternoon.  The kiss and drop is a strictly NO STANDING, or PARKING ZONE.  Please be considerate of other motorists and follow the guidelines:

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Mount Pleasant Primary students continue to work very hard and some fantastic work is showcased here:

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Anaphylaxis is a severe, rapidly progressive allergic reaction that is potentially life threatening.  The most common allergens in school aged children are peanuts, eggs, tree nuts (e.g. cashews), cows milk, fish and shellfish, wheat, soy, sesame and certain insect venom (particularly bee stings).

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Uniform and Dress Code

The Dress Code and Uniform Policy for Mount Pleasant Primary School is available here and a copy can be obtained from the front office.  Mount Pleasant Primary School is held in high regard by the community for its excellent standard of dress. 

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School Security & Vandalism

Ed Security has increased weekend patrols but I would ask families who live near the school to remain vigilant and also keep a watch on weekends.  If you see any suspicious behaviour at the school, please call Ed Security on 9264 4771 ; 9264 4632 or toll free on 1800 177 777.

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Mount Pleasant Primary School Building Fund

A reminder that the MPPS building fund is alive and well. The benefit of having a School Building Fund is that parents and community members can make tax deductible donations to MPPS to construct and maintain the school buildings in which our children are educated.   

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Protective Behaviours

'Protective Behaviours' are behaviours which enable children to recognise situations in which their personal space and sense of safety may be compromised.  For more information please visit the Bravehearts web site at: Mount Pleasant Primary School teaches Protective Behaviours through the Health Learning Area.  Part of this includes making children aware of the Stranger Danger threat.