CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO VIEW GALLERY Last week’s Primary Grandparents’ Tea was a warm and wonderful event. Students were overjoyed to show their loved ones what goes on in their classrooms and to sing Shabbat songs together, after which the grandparents enjoyed a delicious morning tea.
CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO VIEW GALLERY Four Bialik students received the prestigious Premier’s VCE Awards at a ceremony earlier this week. It is with great pride that we acknowledge Cara Davies, Jeremy Bassat, Sahar Shavit and Isabelle Worth for their remarkable achievements. Cara achieved the Premier’s Award for Chemistry VCE. Cara also achieved the 2017 Top All-Round VCE High
Click on image above to view gallery Things took a dramatic turn last Thursday when the VCE Drama Unit 1 Solo Performances and VCE Theatre Studies Unit 3 Stagecraft presentations were held in the Minnie and Solomon Fisher Drama Studio. The first part of the evening comprised of solo performances, written and developed by each student, based on the character of The
CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO VIEW GALLERY Last weekend, 17 pairs of Year 7 mums and daughters spent a memorable few days in San Remo, swimming, dancing, singing, trail walking and enjoying each others’ company. Highlights were stellar mother/daughter karaoke performances, a picnic feast overlooking the Pinnacles and gymnastics workshops on the jumping pillow.
This year’s Bnei Mitzvah theme is Tikvateinu – Our Hope. Hope is a fundamental quality to Judaism, arguably its defining feature, according to former Chief Rabbi of the Commonwealth, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks. As an introduction to the theme, Year 7s participated in small group chevruta sessions exploring the meaning of the word hope, models of hope in the lives of committed people,
Today we celebrated Melbourne Jewish Book Week at Bialik with our Middle school students having the opportunity to participate workshops conducted by 3 different Jewish authors. All Year 6 students engaged in a workshop with Ursula Dubosarsky. Ursula Dubosarsky is from Sydney and is a prize winning children’s writer who has been nominated for both the Astrid Lindgren and Hans
CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO VIEW GALLERY The first day of Term 2 was dedicated to commemorating Yom Ha’Shoah, with special assemblies for the Primary, Middle and Senior Schools, as well as engaging sessions in the mifgash. As is tradition at Bialik, we were lucky enough to be joined by grandparents and special friends of the community who survived the
CLICK ON IMAGE ABOVE TO VIEW GALLERY Today the Year 4 cohort visited the Koorie Heritage Trust where they were introduced to Melbourne’s Aboriginal and early settlement history along the Birrarung Marr Yarra Precinct. The students explored the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Program to gain a deeper understanding of our indigenous people and historical changes that have taken place
Well done to the brilliant Class of 2017 for their outstanding results and for a fantastic year in all aspects of College life. Click the image to enlarge. Some highlights of their involvement include: $30,064 raised for external charities 100% of students “buddied” together with a Prep student throughout their final year of study 22% of students voluntarily held school
Year 9 student Tal D and Year 8 student Adam E, were nominated for Lyrebird Awards (for best female ensemble and best male ensemble) for their wonderful performances in Bialik’s musical production of Hairspray, which was presented earlier this year. Our magnificent costume designer, Janine Box, was also nominated. We are very proud of their well-deserved nominations.