Year 4 student Amelie K wrote a lovely narrative and read it online to a very engaged group of Year 1 students. Well done Amelie! Read Amelie’s story here. Here are some pictures the younger students drew in response to the story.
This week we undertook a three day trial of Digital Bialik, an online delivery of our entire Prep to Year 12 curriculum. The trial was a huge success. Every subject, from Maths to English, from PE to Music, and even our kitchen lessons took place online. Science was supported by our Laboratory Manager videoing science experiments at home, and even
The NQF (National Quality Framework) introduced a new quality standard in 2012 to improve education and care across long day care, family day care, preschool/kindergarten, and outside school hours care services. The NQF includes: • National Law and National Regulations • National Quality Standard • Assessment and quality rating process • National learning frameworks. Research shows quality education and care
In its sixth year, Science Week at Bialik saw students engaging in a range of activities around the theme of ‘Science in Motion’. The ELC students investigated how neurons work to help them think and make connections by looking at and touching real brains. Students in the Primary School got friendly with a variety of Australian animals like Serendipity the
As we approach the end of the third week of the 2020 school calendar, it struck me as to how much happens behind the scenes – over the summer break – to have the school ready and operational for a new school year. Overall, by the time students arrive, few give a moment of thought to what has transpired to
It’s been an exciting start to the school year and students are already jumping head-first into their activities, studies and friendship groups. It was fantastic to see so many smiling faces pouring through the gates, bringing the campus back to life! There is so much to look forward to this year, including watching the newest addition to the Bialik family
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
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
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.
This week, the BCPA had the great pleasure of throwing the class winner’s party for Prep Gimmel who raised the most funds for the Bialik Walkathon. Great job to the ELC and to Prep Gimmel! It was such a fun event and the children all had a ball! It was a proper team effort, Sunshine and Joseph were especially committed