Our Chavayah cohort had a wonderful experience when they visited Masada with their educators from Israel’s Alexander Muss High School . They were learning about the mitzvah of laying tefillin and the educators were telling the students how one of the greatest discoveries of Jewish history was when archaeologists found ancient tefillin in the very vicinity where our students were
With their exams done and dusted, the Year 11s have headed off to the coast for an action-packed camp. Surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, screen printing, quiddich and amazing memories to be made.
Mazel tov to Year 10 student Adam E for being selected to the University of Melbourne’s Class of 2021 Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholar/s program. This is a huge honour and wonderful accomplishment. Adam was selected from over 1600 applicants. The Kwong Lee Dow Young Scholars Program is an academic enrichment program designed to support high achieving Victorian Year 11 and
During their Identity and Leadership elective, ‘Mastery of Self’ in Terms 2 and 3, Year 10s explored the effects of mindset on their work, relationships and motivations. Awareness of self and others, resilience to difficult situations as well as effective communication were also covered. The students were very proud of their accomplishments and this week, they were presented with a
I Thought I Taught a Tautology! By Tweety Bird – Homage to Our VCE English Students Listen out, it’s all aroundThe wonders of tautology broadly aboundWhether in speeches, articles or in the newsThe English language – so easy to confuse See if you can find them all! Recently, while walking in the park, I had my own personal revelation –
On Thursday 17 October, Bialik’s musical ensembles and vocal groups from the Middle and Senior Schools put on an incredible show in this year’s Musica Bialika. Showcasing some of the College’s finest musical talents, the evening was enjoyed by all.
Last week, we said goodbye to the Class of 2019. It was an exciting and emotional day and we wish them luck as they now prepare for their exams and for whatever wonderful things their futures hold. The day began with a delicious breakfast in the Shuk for the entire cohort, after which the students gathered in the Mifgash to
Opening with the Year 4 dance show (Tues 30 July), ‘So You Think You Can Dance’, Bialik, once again, celebrated the arts in our annual arts festival. Visiting artist Chieko Hester worked with all Primary students on the Paper Plane project, soon to be revealed as an art installation in the Primary building, while the ELC engaged in Israeli dancing
We are delighted that Bialik College has been recognised as an Employer of Choice in The Australian Business Awards 2019. The Employer of Choice Award recognises the investment and effort Bialik has put into creating a world-class workplace for our staff, to partner our internationally renowned and admired Cultures of Thinking and Reggio Emilia-inspired philosophy of learning and teaching. Our
On Thursday 25 July, Bialik College students David L, Elisa S, Britney K, Megan S and Ari F participated in the Mikolot Public Speaking Competition, during which they competed against students from the King David School and Leibler Yavneh College. The judges were Shira Chadasha President and Community Leader Mandy Katz, and Mayor of Glein Eira Jamie Hyams. Students were