Dear parents,

We would like to remind you that magic words such as hello, please, you’re welcome, I’m sorry, and thank you, all begin to be learned AT HOME.

It’s also at HOME that children learn to be honest, to be on time, diligent, show friends their sympathy, as well as show utmost respect for their elders and all teachers.

HOME is also where they learn to be clean, not talk with their mouths full, and how/where to properly dispose of garbage.

HOME is also where they learn to be organised, to take good care of their belongings, and that it’s not ok to touch others.

HERE AT SCHOOL, on the other hand, we teach language, mathematics, history, geography, physics, sciences, and physical education. We only reinforce the education that children receive at home from their parents.”

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Parent Portal User Guide
The College has developed a parent portal user guide for parents who require assistance and are unable to attend a demonstration at the College. The user guide includes assistance for parents to book parent teacher interviews. Please click “here” for a copy of the guide.

Skoolbag App Instructions…
College Skoolbag App Parent Instructions

Parent Involvement
Education is a partnership between teachers and parents. To this end the College encourages parental assistance in classrooms following an induction process which includes Child Protection training for Volunteers. Assistance occurs in regular lessons, including Reading, Writing, Mathematics and Arabic from Kindergarten to Year 6, following training sessions with teachers, and reading assistance for Secondary students. Parent assistance is also welcome for external events including Athletics Carnival and Excursions. Through parental involvement students are given additional opportunity to practice skills and parents are included in the learning process. This greatly benefits all stakeholders; students, parents and teachers.

Teenagers and Sleep
Sleep is food for the brain. During sleep, important body functions and brain activity occur. Skipping sleep can be harmful — even deadly, particularly if you are behind the wheel. You can look bad, you may feel moody, and you perform poorly. Sleepiness can make it hard to get along with your family and friends and hurt your scores on school exams, on the court or on the field. Remember: A brain that is hungry for sleep will get it, even when you don’t expect it. For example, drowsiness and falling asleep at the wheel cause more than 100,000 car crashes every year. When you do not get enough sleep, you are more likely to have an accident, injury and/or illness.
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Teenagers and Sleep

MCHF 2018 Canteen Menu…
MCHF 2018 Canteen Menu