Term 1: 27 January (Students start 29 Jan) to 1 April
Term 2: 19 April to 25 June
Term 3: 12 July to 17 September
Term 4: 4 October to 17 December
CURRICULUM DAYS (STUDENT FREE)
Curriculum Day 1: Wednesday 27th January Teachers return to school Curriculum
Day 2: Thursday 28th January – Student Free Curriculum Day
Day 3: Friday 11th June (Queen’s Birthday long weekend)
Day 4: Friday 15th October (Geelong Show Day)
* The first day of Term 1, Wednesday 27 January 2021, is a student-free day in all government schools to allow for appropriate planning to take place for the arrival of students. Thursday 28 January is a Curriculum Day (student free).
2022 Term Dates
Term 1: 28 January (Students start 31 Jan) to 8 April
Term 2: 26 April to 24 June
Term 3: 11 July to 16 September
Term 4: 3 October to 20 December
Moolap Primary School has a small number of vacancies for Prep 2022. If you are interested in enrolling your child next year please give the school a call on 5248 2284 or email us at Moolap.firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.
Please note that enrolments are in line with the Department of Education and Training “Placement Policy”.
All students absences are to be entered via the Compass Parent Portal. Please see Admin staff if you require further assistance.
Lunch Orders are available to students once a week. All orders are placed on line.
Orders are to be completed on line before 7.00 p.m. Wednesdays for Thursday delivery.
Parents are required to register with Quickcliq, set up credit then order on line.
Information below is to assist with the process is available on the school’s website:
1/ QuickCliq Parent Information for parents - Click Here
2/ Set up registration on line - Click Here
3/ Once you have set up your account, added credit to your account, place your order - Click Here for Menu
Moolap Primary School is committed
to strengthening relationships
between the wider Australian community
and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
for the benefit of all Australians.
At our School, we have a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
which contains our formal statement
of commitment to Reconciliation.
Our RAP Working Group guides the School
to ensure our vision for Reconciliation is embedded
in our day-to-day learning and conduct.
Using the Narragunnawali platform,
we teach and learn about the concept, history and progress
Our students are encouraged
to think about how they can contribute
to the development of stronger respect, relationships and opportunities
in the classroom, around the school and with their community.
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of our school lands, the Wadawurrung people, and pay our respects to elders past, present and future.
Students have thought for some time that the house system needed a re-vamp and they have been getting feedback from students and the community on possible new names. Students finalised the names and have also linked the names to their local Wadawurrung language meaning. The students wanted to recognise native animals and found an animal that came from the sky, water, air and land.
The new names are:
Students will be working on designing a logo for each house group