MWPS WORKING BEE  30th March 2014

We are seeking any interested parents who would be willing to donate their time and expertise to help at this year’s first MWPS Working Bee.


Sunday March 30th 2014 from 9 am – 2pm.


Meet us outside of the Office at the sign in table.


Fixing the broken garden fence on the oval.

Removing the sucker weeds from the gardens behind the Senior Learning Centre and along the oval portables.

Filling the new vegetable planter boxes down the sides of the junior portables.

Mulching the gardens around the school.

General tidying up of sandpit and grounds.

Light Pruning.


Refreshments will be provided.

Come and meet our teachers and parents, have some fun and help to make our school a better place to be.


What is Earth Hour?

Earth Hour was founded by WWF in Sydney in 2007 and has now been embraced by 7001 cities and 152 nations across the globe. And in 2014, Earth Hour will focus attention on one of the world’s most iconic and threatened places: Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

As always, Earth Hour only works if you’re part of it. So WWF is launching a special Earth Hour television event with Channel Ten to reveal the true story of what’s happening to the Great Barrier Reef due to climate change and more. Then they’ll turn out the lights to make a stand for the Great Barrier Reef.

On Saturday 29th March, Earth Hour supporters will get together at small and large gatherings around the country. They’ll tune in to the must-see TV special, before turning out the lights to remind the world that it’s lights out for the Great Barrier Reef, if we don’t stand up to protect it.

The organisers of the fifty best – most original, inspiring, impressive or unique Earth Hour gatherings – will then win a ticket to Camp Earth Hour on the Great Barrier Reef.

How will you celebrate Earth Hour in 2014?

There are many ways to get involved, from spreading the word or holding your own Earth Hour event, to making Earth Hour part of your everyday life at home and at work. You also get your own Earth Hour page which allows you to see the direct effect that you are having when you invite friends and family to get involved too. Go to to find out more and register.

The planet can supply for our need, but not for our greed. It’s Our Choice!



On Friday 28th February the school helped out with Clean Up Australia Day. The whole school gathered a total amount of 13 kg of rubbish. Next year let’s try to reduce our rubbish in the school yard; simply by picking up rubbish when found on the ground and making sure that EVERY DAY is a rubbish free lunch day.

Thank you to everyone who contributed on the day.

Harry and Aaran

Environment Team Captains

IMG_4245 Mr Macaulay is excited about collecting rubbish.

IMG_4250 So is Raymond!IMG_4262 Filling up Mr Chan’s bagIMG_4267 Dulith collects rubbishIMG_4270 Luca and James pull some weeds

IMG_4333 Weighing the bags.IMG_4339 Three bags all weighed.IMG_4342 Ready for Monash Council to collect.