Mazel tov to our four Year 6 stars who swam at the Eastern Metropolitan Regional Championships and came home with a bronze medal in the 12/13 mixed freestyle relay. An absolutely amazing effort from Peri A, Ty J, Josh H and Max I!
Our annual Purim celebrations were full of joy, excitement, creative costumes and mitzvot. As usual, all students from Creche to Year 12, as well as staff, arrived at school dressed in crazy, kooky, fun and colourful costumes. Parents came to watch the fun, which included an ELC costume parade, games in the amphitheatre and the always popular Year 12 dance.
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
Members of Bialik College Mazkirut (Leadership) had the opportunity to ask important questions about issues of domestic violence and the Coronavirus to a panel of expert speakers at the Kooyong 200 Breakfast event on Friday 6 March. The event was in support Josh Frydenberg (Federal Member for Kooyong, Treasurer of Australia) and the Kooyong district and was a wonderful opportunity
One of the most exciting projects of our Bnei Mitzvah program is when the students get to research their family trees. The Year 7 Bnei students dig into their roots with the help of representatives from the Australian Jewish Genealogical Society. The representatives spoke to the students about creating their family trees and gave them tips on how to conduct
A message from Dan Sztrajt, Assistant Principal (Jewish Life) For generations Jews around the world have celebrated the joyous festival of Purim by dressing up and wearing masks, just as Queen Ester masked her Jewish identity. As part of our mitzvah to hear the Megilah, we recount how Mordechai helped Ester hide her Jewish heritage in order to marry
On Wednesday 26 February, Bialik celebrated Rosh Chodesh (the first day) of the month of Adar. Traditionally, Adar is a month of festivities and joy and is also the month in which we celebrate Purim. Students throughout the school came to school with crazy hats and socks and there were fun activities for all.
Middle School STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) days are a challenging and fun way for students to expand their learning environment and collaborate with peers from other year levels. On February 26 and 27, the first STEM Days of the year were held and were a great success. Students collaborated in their teams to find bushfire solutions. They spent
“The Year 4 students had a Bioeyes incursion to investigate Zebra fish. They are important as they use them for medical research. On day 1, Laura from Monash University came and explained to us we were going to be mating and growing some Zebrafish and we were all really excited. We got to see the fertilised egg through the microscope
While on the camp, students have been participating in surfing, kayaking, art/sand sculpting, an Indigenous Cultural Walk and a full day hike, to name a few activities. The Year 7 camp is a non-stop outdoor adventure that leaves students with memories that last a lifetime!