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11
Dec

Etgar Students Donate to Youth Projects

During the year, the Etgar students raised funds for Youth Projects, an organisation that offers support and employment opportunities to at-risk young people. The Years 8 and 9 students who participate in the Etgar program could elect to sell coffee from the Gary Peer coffee van, the profits of which were collected for this very important cause. During the last

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5
Dec

Meaningful Masada Memory

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

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5
Dec

The Pirate Code – Year 3 Production

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

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28
Nov

What’s On During the 2019/2020 Summer Holidays?

Scroll down through the images below to see the exciting holiday programs being hosted at Bialik over the summer holidays. Or click on these links for more information: BOSHClub Vacation Care at Bialik Gymnastics at Bialik’s Gringlas Sports Centre SportWise at Bialik SoccerWise at Bialik Swimming With Excellence at Bialik’s Gringlas Sports Centre MakerDojo at Bialik

21
Nov

First Lego League (FLL) Robotics 2019

The Rosenkranz Centre for Excellence and Achievement Well done to the FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Robotics team, including Olivia W, Eliana F, Jaiden K, Nathan S, Joseph Z, Jack R and Shakked F.  The team competed in the regional FIRST LEGO League competition in Roxburgh Park on Sunday 17 November. Even though it was not Bialik’s first FLL competition, it

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21
Nov

Yom Manhigut 2019

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

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31
Oct

Prep and Year 1 Family Maths Games

On Thursday 24 October we welcomed our Prep and Year 1 families for an evening of Maths Games, including Go Fish, Sum Duel and Tactix. There was air of excitement in the Mifgash as families played the games and compared winning strategies. We thank our families for engaging in this evening and for fostering a love of mathematics. All games

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24
Sep

Year 6 students Immigration Museum day

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.

15
Aug

Year 3s Visit Shuls for a Fascinating Excursion

As part of their new Jewish Studies initiative, the Year 3 students have been learning a new portion of Torah each week. They have been exploring the significance of the Torah in Jewish tradition and the value of a name, particularly one’s Jewish name. On Tuesday 13 August they had a fascinating excursion that brought their learning to life. They

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25
Jul

Year 2 Visit the National Gallery of Victoria

The Rosenkranz Centre for Excellence and Achievement As part pf their currrent investigations into mass, focussing on balance, the Year 2 cohort visited The Alexander Calder exhibition at The National Gallery of Victoria on Thursday 25 July.  The students had an exciting morning travelling to and from the city via train, exploring the exhibition and making links to their classroom

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