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Welcome to Malvern Central School

Kerry Clayton
Kerry Clayton

Welcome to the Malvern Central School website. Our school is proud to share the exciting learning and experiences our students enjoy, with our immediate community as well as those who seek to know more about our highly respected and sought-after school.


Malvern Central School is a proud state government school which dates back to its inaugural year of 1875. A long and esteemed history is notable and its reputation for providing quality education has been well established. The school is particularly proud of its progressive approach to educating students for the 21st century.

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Principal's Blog - 5th March



Malvern Central School –2015, A Year of Review

This year our school will be undertaking a year of review as we conclude our Strategic Plan, evaluate our progress over the last 4 years, celebrate our achievements and plan the strategic direction for the next 4 years.


Year 5/6 Camp to Rose’s Gap –Grampians 

Our students have been enjoying the full range of camp activities including, low ropes course, archery, canoeing, abseiling as well as leisure activities such as basketball, table tennis, pool and board games.

Picnic in the Park – Friday 6 March     

Picnic in the Park will be held in the Malvern Gardens. Bring along a picnic rug, some picnic food and you may wish to enjoy the BBQ fare.


Classroom Helpers Training

Again this year, we will be conducting Classroom Helpers Training.

Thursday 19 March, 9 – 11am and the evening session will be Tuesday 24 March, 6 – 8pm.


Collaborative Chalk Murals – Spring Rd Art

If you happen to be walking through the main corridor of the Spring Rd campus, please linger and enjoy the beautiful chalk art murals drawn by the students from Year 3/4.


Read Like A Demon Program -Melbourne Football Club Visit

Last Thursday our year 3/4 students enjoyed a wonderful reading session with a number of the Melbourne Football Club players.


Wet Day Lunchtime Activities

Even through summer we still need, at times, to call a wet day timetable. This is where our students need to remain inside at recess or lunchtime due to inclement weather.


Musical Item – Whole School Assembly      

At the whole school assembly held on 25 February, our school community were entertained by two of our very talented musicians, Patrick Leong (5/6C) and Cindy Yi (5/6A). Please keep your eye out for more performances at our whole school assemblies as we delight in the considerable talent within the MCS student community.


Volunteers – MCS Fair 2015       

To support our volunteers to manage their time I have been advised there will be mindfulness around the number of meetings and communication will be via email as much as is possible. There also will be a combination of day and night meetings so those who are working during business hours also have the opportunity to be involved.


Labour Day Weekend Reminder

Please remember that next Monday 9 March is a public holiday.


Kerry Clayton




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