Last week Principal Jeremy opened our ‘Mini Library’ and the students were very excited to share their thoughts about this fun book-swap addition to the ELC: “Everyone in our community can use it.“ “It has to be like this. You get a book and return a book.“ “Please donate a book so people can read a book.“ “Please respect the
Thanks to the terrific efforts and foresight of the Head of Sports, Mick Wheeler, the BCPA are thrilled to have assisted in the purchase of an entire fleet of bicycles and related accessories for our students to learn to ride with! We are looking forward to seeing some fabulous velodrome activities, watch out the Tour de France, here we come
During the year the children of Kinder 4B collected their birthday gift money and instead of buying big gifts for each other, they decided to donate the funds to a worthy cause. Together, the children and their parents, chose to support the Melbourne Indigenous Transition School, in Richmond (MITS). MITS helps indigenous children from remote areas of Australia transition into
During the year, the Etgar students raised funds for Youth Projects, an organisation that offers support and employment opportunities to at-risk young people. The Years 8 and 9 students who participate in the Etgar program could elect to sell coffee from the Gary Peer coffee van, the profits of which were collected for this very important cause. During the last
On Tuesday 10 December, the Year 5s graduated from Primary School. They invited their families to enjoy a wonderful play, performed by the entire cohort, called “Once Upon A … tom”. The play followed the “first” atom, Adam, in his search for “what really matters?” After the ceremony and performance, parents and students planted seedlings in the Kitchen Garden and
As temperatures rose on Monday 9 December, so did the excitement of the Prep students as they sang and danced at the Prep Celebration evening. The finale of the evening was the singing of a favourite Channukah song, ‘Light a Candle’. The parents and grandparents lit up the Hall with their mobile phone torch apps, a great surprise for the students.
Our Chavayah cohort had a wonderful experience when they visited Masada with their educators from Israel’s Alexander Muss High School . They were learning about the mitzvah of laying tefillin and the educators were telling the students how one of the greatest discoveries of Jewish history was when archaeologists found ancient tefillin in the very vicinity where our students were
Our very own Harry H (Year 8) shone on stage in Opera Australia’s latest production, Turandot, and Arts Centre Melbourne. Harry has been performing with AO for several years and continues to revel in the opportunity to hone his stage skills. Congratulations, Harry!
On Tuesday 3 December, all students in Year 3 shone on the stage in the Victor Smorgon Hall during their Performing Arts Presentation, ‘The Pirate Code’. In this production, we followed the journey of young Max, who ran away to join a band of pirates at sea. On his travels, Max discovered an ocean world suffering at the hands of
The Rosenkranz Centre for Excellence and Achievement From 27 – 29 November Bialik hosted the annual Gateways Challenge. Each of the three days saw approximately 80 students from around 20 schools participate in a series of different challenging problems. Through their involvement, students’leadership, team work and problem-solving abilities were extended through a series of original, creative and exciting scenarios. Twenty-eight students represented