We are delighted to announce that Rebecca P has been selected as a winner of the My Family Story competition, run out of the Museum of the Jewish People at Beit Hatfutsot in Israel. Our Year 7 students have participated in this program for the past 10 years and we commend Rebecca for her accomplishment. The program, this year celebrating its 25th anniversary,
On Friday afternoon, 15 May 2020, the Years 4/5 Learning Hub would have been buzzing with excitement, as our Year 5s were due to engage in a fascinating Manhigut (Primary leaders) session with Jared Cooney Horvath, our Neuroscientist in residence. Instead, we held a dynamite on-line session with Jared on Microsoft TEAMS. The session was all about the brain’s plasticity.
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.
In exciting news, Bialik College is hosting five service puppies which will be participating in school life. The dogs will spend the first year of their life socialising on campus during the day and living with a Bialik foster family at night. During this current period of isolation, the puppies will live with their foster family whilst students participate in
This year we celebrated Yom Ha’atzmaut, Israeli’s 72nd birthday, like never before, physically apart but together in spirit. Students from Creche to Year 12 got involved in various ways and students and many staff submitted a photo of themselves in blue and white which formed a collage. Some on the day activities included: creating Israeli flags in ELC creating a
In honour of Yom Ha’Zikaron, Zionism Victoria held a commemorative assembly to commemorate the lives of our heroic soldiers who tragically lost their lives defending the state of Israel.Bialik Vocal Experience were asked to perform Hatikvah. Watch the beautiful video below: Our students took part in commemorative assemblies or age appropriate educational sessions throughout the day. In addition some of our
Tuesday 21 April was Yom Ha’Shoah and as a school community we commemorated those precious lives lost in the Holocaust and we celebrate the survivors. The Shoah is a challenging part of our Jewish history, and it is incumbent upon us, as a community, to honour its memory and to dignify its victims.Whilst we were unable to have survivors visit
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
Swimming, paddle boarding and bush walking – these were just some of the incredible adventures our Year 5s experienced on their camp. Enjoying the great outdoors, they had a fantastic time being active and learning at the same time.