Tilly M

Tilly McBain

Today MLC student Tilly competed in the Western Region Track and Field Athletics Carnival in Keilor.

Tilly qualified for the Long Jump event after starring in our cluster, then district events.

Today she placed THIRD. On behalf of the entire Moriac school community we congratulate her for her outstanding achievement.

We are waiting confirmation about qualification to the next stage of competition.


External Works - updates

What a fantastic first week back we’ve had so far! We’ve got a new Principal and some notable changes to our yard.

During the holidays artificial turf was laid around the Amphitheatre, along with new downball courts and race tracks painted on to our middle space surface.

Our students are loving the new additions, with both areas already proving to be big hits during our break play times


Walk to School 2019

Moriac PS is taking part in Walk to School 2019. It starts on the first day of term 4 and continues until November 1st. 

Each grade has been given a chart to track students who walk, scoot or ride to school during the time period.

We would be hugely appreciative if families could please encourage your children to walk to school. In addition to this being a fantastic way to promote health and physical activity and being good for the environment, our results will be given to the Surf Coast Shire for them to analyse.


Acting Principal Announcement

Dear parents, 

I am writing to inform you that after an application and interview process run by the Department of Education, Mr Mark Zahra has been appointed Acting Principal at Moriac Primary School for Term 4. 

I met with Mark at school today. Mark comes to Moriac after working in a few different schools and most recently as Acting Principal of Tarneit P-9 College. 

I’m am currently setting Mark up with access to Seesaw and I’m in no doubt he will introduce himself soon (he is currently away with his family so it might be when he gets back). 

Personally, I would once again like to thank everyone for the wonderful send off on the last day of term. I was incredibly overwhelmed and will miss the Moriac PS community very much. 

I hope everyone is having a lovely holiday break. 


Dear Parents,

I am writing to you today, on my last day at Moriac Primary School. It is with extremely mixed emotions that I am writing this today. The past nine and a bit years have been a wonderful journey. There have been so many physical changes at the school (and more to come with the front landscaping beginning soon - more to come on that!) as well as many staff coming and going over the years for various reasons and the many families who have walked through the gates. I love that I know all the students in the school and connect with all the families.

I have so many special memories over the years... I am going to miss the Moriac community, the students, parents and staff immensely. Thank you for all of your support.

Have a wonderful and safe holiday period and I look forward to coming back to visit (the school concert, graduation.....)

Mrs P