Mitcham Girls High School

Feedback and Complaints

We all expect quality teaching for your daughter in order that she may achieve her full potential.  Working together will give us the best chance of supporting your daughter during her time at Mitcham Girls High School.

We also recognise that at times things may go wrong.  If you have a concern or a complaint, we want you to let us know.  It's important to learn from mistakes or misunderstandings so that we can improve your daughter's experience and learning, and also improve processes where possible.

The process in working through a concern or complaint is to talk to:

  • First of all the staff member concerned.
     
  • Secondly, if you are still not happy, talk to the relevant Year Level Leader, Assistant Principal (Middle School) or the Deputy Principal, Tony Sims.

    Please be aware that at this point it will be treated as a formal complaint and it will be recorded in accordance with DfE procedures.
     
  • If your concern is still not resolved to your satisfaction then please contact the Principal, Linda Baird.

 

Let us know if you have feedback or a complaint, or if you want to give us a compliment.  Feedback is valuable as it helps us shape our services to meet your needs.

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Entertainment Book 2020/21

2019 SACE Results

The Mitcham Girls High School community congratulates the Class of 2019 for their outstanding results!

Year 7 Intake

On Tuesday 28 May 2019 the Premier of South Australia and the Minister for Education announced that Mitcham Girls High School will be a pilot school to ‘Lead the Way’ and offer Year 7 in a high school setting from 2020. We have been shortlisted because of our focus in progressive approaches to quality teaching and learning, our safe and supportive environment and our extensive transition program.

STEM @ MGHS

Work on the new MGHS STEM Centre has commenced.  Once completed students will have access to flexible learning spaces and various technologies which will enable them to explore ideas, test various hypotheses and apply what they learn to real situations.

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