Middle Kinglake Primary School is a small, vibrant primary school on the northern suburban fringe of Melbourne. We have a current enrolment of 70 students. We pride ourselves on offering a varied and engaging curriculum to cater for all students’ needs and interests.
At the beginning of term we had our school ANZAC Day service with members of the Whittlesea and Yea RSL, and Cindy McLeish in attendance. Well done to Ms Wilkinson and grade 4/5/6 for organising a great service.Please check out our Facebook page to see more about the day.
At MKPS we are well renown for our ANZAC Day commemorations. This year ANZAC Day falls in the holidays so our service will be held the first day back, Tuesday 26th April 10:15am. See DetailsThere are also opportunities for students to participate in community services. Please contact for details.
MKPS was a sea of orange for Harmony Day. Students spent the afternoon learning about activities from different cultures.
A great Ride & Walk 2 School Day! Over 45 bikes in our school grounds and lots of younger siblings and parents riding and walking too! We had lots of fun Bike Ed throughout the day! Special thanks to Michael for his enthusiasm and planning! Check out our Facebook to see photos from the day.
Our Music and Movement program for 3 & 4 year olds is back!Come along for some singing, dancing and musical fun. Contact the school for information on 57861295, or just turn up. 9.30-10am in the Music Room at MKPS. Every second Thursday for Term 1. March- 10th & 25th & April- 7th.
Ride, walk or bring your bike (or scooter) to school on Friday 25th March for our Ride2School Day. There will be fun activities at recess/lunch time.
Working together to keep our school looking beautiful!
Start thinking about making your Easter hat for the last day of term!Our parade will be held during our 9am assembly, along with the Easter Raffle. There will be an Easter Egg hunt and a hot lunch later that day, before a 2:30pm early dismissal. We can't wait to see this year's fabulous designs!
Bring along your favourite teddy or soft toy this Friday 4th March!Teddy Bear's Picnic
What a great 2 weeks for our 2022 swimming program! The weather was perfect, the instructors were great and the kids learned lots of swimming and water safety skills. Friday’s swimming sports were a fun way to celebrate the end of a successful program!
It is terrific to see everyone relaxed and happy after their holiday. I hope everyone enjoyed their Christmas and New Year and are ready for a busy and productive 2022.
Thank you to John, Rodger and Michelle from Landcare, who spent time with our P/1s before the end of the year. They taught us about companion plants and how they will help our fruit trees to grow. S A huge thanks to John from Landcare who included us in their grant and organised the plants.
To celebrate our end of year we rolled out the red carpet and held the premiere of the Misty Mountain Film Festival! Students dressed the part and entered the school along the red carpet with parents lined either side.
Such a lovely evening last night celebrating the Grade 6 Graduation. Congratulations to the Grade 6s; what a fabulous, mature, hard working group you are, you make us all very proud!
Congratulations to Grade 4/5/6 who are now all published authors. We have officially launched Tales of Middle Kinglake! Thank you to authors Ander Louis, Rob Verhagen and former student Aaron Huggins for your expert writing tips and providing this wonderful opportunity for our students.
From sunny days at the beach, to rainy days in the bush, discos, birthdays, lighthouses and everything in between! Camp Angahook had it all!What a fantastic time we had. Check out our trip. Camp Angahook 2021
Our school chickens are laying lots of eggs so we will be selling them Thursdays, after school at the front gate. $5 per dozen $3 half dozen
Tales From Middle Kinglake Primary School will be launched at 9am Tuesday 23rd November. Order your copy here Tales From Middle Kinglake PS
Each year our preps plant a fruit tree with help from their buddy so that they can watch them grow as they journey through primary school. A big thank you to John from Landcare for allowing us to be part of their grant and organising the fruit trees for us.