A new Sensory Calming Space will be created in the school’s Library providing all MRIS students with access to a calming, tranquil place. MRIS principal, Wendy Roediger said the Sensory Calming Space can be accessed by all children depending on their emotional needs. Funding to create the area came from a successful application under the […]
Archive | May, 2020
Sparking student creativity and critical thinking, MRIS’s extension program, Innovations, is now in its 5th year. Run by former parent, Rob Glass, the weekly sessions with the Years 4, 5 and 6 students introduce a wide range of subjects and theories from Archimedes Screw to solar power. A Process Engineer specialising in liquified natural gas, […]
The recent implementation of Remote Learning at MRIS during the current Covid 19 pandemic was embraced by staff, parents and students demonstrating an excellence in on-line teaching. As the school reintroduces face-to-face learning in physical classrooms this week, MRIS Principal Wendy Roediger (pictured left) said Remote Learning programs put into action during recent weeks, […]
The tradition of honouring fallen soldiers on ANZAC Day continued despite the Covid 19 Pandemic with a staggered wreath laying ceremony at Memorial Park in Margaret River. MRIS Year 5 student, John Chugg represented MRIS. He laid a wreath at the Margaret River War Memorial whilst wearing his grandfather’s medals from World War […]
Nature Art was embraced by the year 1,2 and 3 students on Friday as part of their afternoon education sessions on campus. Year 1 teacher Skye Robertson guided the students to create nature art with a focus on symmetry. Olivia (Yr 2) is pictured here with her work of art.