Health and Wellbeing Days are a staple at our College. During these exciting days, students do yoga, self-defence, learn about positive relationships and much, much more. Recently, the Year 7 students enjoyed a Health and Wellbeing Day during which they worked in teams to create a fashion parade out of butcher paper. They had to collaborate and compromise to achieve
Last term, the entire school gathered in the Amphitheatre for a remarkable experience. We welcomed Wurundjeri elder, Murrundindi to Bialik, who led the school in a traditional Indigenous Australian Smoking Ceremony. This wonderful event marked the Jewish New Year and the friendship between the Jewish people and Indigenous Australians. Zach Gomo, Head of Jewish Studies ended the ceremony with poignant
We finished last term with students from Kinder to Year 12 participating in a Walkathon to fundraise for charity Giant Steps and support the BCPA. Students dressed up in tutus, trackies, tiaras and everything in between and ran or walked as many laps of Auburn Oval as they could, being cheered on by family and friends. A fun day was
Last Friday our Year 2s had a Tefilah Celebration where each child was presented with a Siddur which included a special brachah from one of their parents.
The Year 6 students had an enriching and insightful visit to the Immigration Museum, where they actively explored Melbourne’s Jewish history, as well as the immigration stories of all the other cultures that make up our diverse country.
The Rosenkranz Centre for Excellence and Acheivement This week Jake A, Dustin F and Josh K represented Bialik at The Aurecon Bridge Building competition hosted at Mount St. Joseph Girls’ College in Altona. The competition required the students to construct a bridge from a kit of materials provided by the competition organisers. This term our team of 3 researched different
For the first time in Bialik College history, all of our Primary Students came together to deliver the inaugural Primary Bialika performance, ‘Let’s Make Some Noise!’. This event showcased Bialik College’s Primary Music program with each primary student performing in this concert, as either a singers or band member. With a multi-cultural repertoire of songs and pieces from Australia, Israel,
Inspired by sensory gardens, Primary students delivered a workshop to share their experience and expertise using the Kids Teaching Kids methodology. The students also participated in a range of student delivered workshops presented by other Melbourne schools. The afternoon included adult-led activities including Indigenous Educators from the Boon Wurrung Foundation and Environmental Educators from the EcoCentre.
Year 5 students were left inspired by a recent session in the theatrette with Kerry Landman, a professor of Mathematics at the University of Melbourne. Kerry shared her story, her love of mathematics and how her projects involved collaboration across many industries. She also provided insights into the work of prominent Australian mathematicians and encouraged us all to pursue STEM
Year 6 students had a lot fun solving problems at the Year 6 Maths Games day, which was held at Genazzano College.