PBL Update 02.03.2022
I Respects and MSS Expectations
I Respect Me & You: Respect people, property, places. Even as a stand-alone expectation, this expectation does encompass all of our MSS Respects and Expectations as it is truly about the respect of everything. Over the next few weeks students will focus on the differences between school and home when it comes to expectations.
R & C Shop
Our catalogue is out for term 1! Each classroom has copies of these. This terms special is a Cowboys drink bottle and bag for 20 PayWay (while stocks last). Students have been encouraged to let their student council representatives know of any ideas that they have for the R & C shop. Happy Respecting and Collecting!
If a student is having problems the MSS process to follow is:
• Playground issues need to be immediately reported to the staff member on duty in that area
• In class issues need to be reported to the classroom teacher who is teaching the class at that time
• If your student reports issues to you at home, the first point of call is the classroom teacher
• All academic and/or learning concerns are directed to the classroom teacher
Please discuss what this looks like at school – it may be different from school to home, but this is the MSS way and the discourse that MSS expects while at school and representing MSS.
Head of Department Behaviour