Thanks to the terrific efforts and foresight of the Head of Sports, Mick Wheeler, the BCPA are thrilled to have assisted in the purchase of an entire fleet of bicycles and related accessories for our students to learn to ride with! We are looking forward to seeing some fabulous velodrome activities, watch out the Tour de France, here we come
On Tuesday 10 December, the Year 5s graduated from Primary School. They invited their families to enjoy a wonderful play, performed by the entire cohort, called “Once Upon A … tom”. The play followed the “first” atom, Adam, in his search for “what really matters?” After the ceremony and performance, parents and students planted seedlings in the Kitchen Garden and
On Tuesday 3 December, all students in Year 3 shone on the stage in the Victor Smorgon Hall during their Performing Arts Presentation, ‘The Pirate Code’. In this production, we followed the journey of young Max, who ran away to join a band of pirates at sea. On his travels, Max discovered an ocean world suffering at the hands of
Our Year 3 students enjoyed their Swim carnival held on Monday 25 November 2019.
We really enjoyed the Bioeyes Biomedical Science excursion to Monash Clayton with 18 other Year 4 and 5 students. We learnt about zebrafish and the important role they play in the field of biomedical science. We used a microscope to observe each stage of the zebrafish lifecycle. We could see the zebrafish embryos and then in another petri dish the
Yom Manhigut (Leadership Day) took place on Friday 15 November and was a day full of activities, excitement and fun. The day started with a session on the importance of Public Speaking by our one-and-only Deb Farago. The art of Public Speaking is an important skill to develop and acquire and a skill that will stay with our students for
The Year 3 and 4 cohorts, along with their Year 10 Leaders, are currently enjoying their camp. The weather has been glorious and lots of adventures have taken place in the sun, surf and sand.
The Bialik Primary School Chess Team participated in the State Semi Finals tournament held at St Bridget’s Primary School in North Balwyn on Wednesday the 23 October. Bialik was one of 14 schools that played and this included over 90 students. We narrowly missed going to the State Finals by finishing 6th overall, when the criteria for getting into the
On Thursday 17 October, we welcomed our Year 2 parents to a mathematics workshop focused upon contemporary approaches to teaching and learning mathematics and strategies for fostering mathematics at home. It was a wonderful community event with participants sharing their experiences of learning mathematics and discussing strategies such as Empty Number Lines and Arrays. The session culminated by stepping inside
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,