MALMSBURY PRIMARY SCHOOLRespect. Responsibility. Honesty. Inclusiveness.
At Malmsbury Primary School, our values are integral to fostering and building a school commmunity that is safe, supportive, welcoming and where everyone has an opportunity to grow.
28 Cameron St
Malmsbury VIC 3446
M-F: 8am – 4pm
Malmsbury Primary School is dedicated to inspiring young people to become passionate participants in their future and good citizens in their community. We encourage leadership and personal growth through a range of classroom, community, creative and environmental learning opportunities. Our school community sets high expectations, academically and behaviourally, to enable our students to develop as adaptable, inquiring, creative, courageous and environmentally aware individuals who respect and celebrate differences in others. We believe everyone has the right to feel safe, happy and be able to embrace and nurture a culture of wellbeing as they strive to be the best they can be.
It is such a privilege to lead this school and I am very proud of the welcoming learning community we have created. I extend a warm invitation to you to come and visit us and see us at work and play.
Principal, Malmsbury Primary School
We would like to acknowledge the Jaara Jaara people as members of the Dja Dja Wurrung community as the first people of Malmsbury and the surrounding areas. The Dja Dja Wurrung have been custodians and caretakers of the land and waters for many centuries and continue to perform age old ceremonies of celebration, initiation and renewal.
We acknowledge the Jaara people as the custodians of the lands and waters of Malmsbury and we thank them for the care they have taken of country, the waters, the mountains, trees and animals. We also recognise all other Indigenous people of Malmsbury.
We’d love to welcome you to Malmsbury Primary School. Please visit our Enrolment page for more information.
Team Malmsbury are parents and friends of the school. We meet regularly to welcome new families to the school and to arrange fundraising and social events and meet-ups. See our page.
We are proud of our team of dedicated teachers and support staff. Visit our Staff page to find out more.
Tues-Fri, 10-13 MAY
NAPLAN tests for years 3 & 5
Wed, 11 May
School photo day
Wed-Thu, 25-26 May
Grade 1-2 camp – Camp Getaway, Bendigo
Thu, 31 May
6:30 – School Council meeting
Wed, 1 June
Student free day. Professional Practice Day for MPS teachers
Wed-Fri, 8-10 June
Grade 5/6 camp. Urban Camp
Mon, 13 June
Queen’s birthday holiday
Thu, 23 June
Semester 1 reports sent home