About Bialik College Bialik College is a leading independent Jewish school located in Hawthorn. At Bialik, we celebrate diversity and inclusion in our workforce, and enjoy a thriving culture based on community and excellence in education. Our workforce is comprised of employees from a diverse range of faiths and backgrounds. Candidates from all backgrounds and faiths (or no faith) are
On Tuesday June 16, Bialik held its first ever online soiree. As with all areas of the arts, we had to respond to these challenging times and came up with an idea that would still work musically for our students and also maintain the integrity of the event. Musica Ha’bayita (music in the home), was that response. Students worked hard
The Junior String Orchestra, made up of students from Years 4-6, has been busy rehearsing in their individual Year levels over the last few months. In the last week of Term 2, they came together for the first time to play as an orchestra and to hear how all the pieces of the puzzle fit together. After working hard over
Here are some fun photos from the Primary School’s airport adventure, which took place in the last week of Term 2. The students showed their documents to Karen Friede – Customs Officer! Karen was assisted by her trusty Canine Customs Officer, Pluto. Once inside, the group was addressed by a Pilot who is also a parent at the school. They
5 Minutes with Lisa Brichko (’06) – Emergency Department Physician talks of her experience during COVID-19 Lisa Brichko (’06, née Tescher) graduated from medicine in 2011 and is now an Emergency Department (ED) Physician at both The Alfred and Cabrini Hospitals. We recently caught up with Lisa and asked her to share her reflections on how COVID-19 has transformed her
Check out these great programs running on the Bialik campus during the holidays. Click on the image for more information.
The first ever Bialik College Juggling Competition was held this week with representatives of each Year level from 5-11 attempting to take home the title of “Bialik’s Greatest Juggler”. Upon returning from the prolonged absence from campus due to Covid-19, every student had the opportunity during Sport class to advance to the finals. The representatives from each year level were
Our Year 8s have been studying medieval Japan this term, including learning about the life of a samurai warrior. Andreas Kammel, Makerspace Facilitator, conducted an interactive Kendo lesson. Kendo is a traditional Japanese martial art that was created when the age of the samurai was ending, as a way of preserving their culture and practices. Andreas demonstrated his use of
Kinder teacher, Elise, recently travelled to Israel with JNF. As a result of her experience in Israel, Elise returned to Bialik with visions of creating an edible garden. Yesterday with the help of our Grounds Keeper, Peter, and her kinder class this vision was actualised and an olive, mandarin and pear trees were planted on campus.
Year 8 student Ella H recently had the opportunity to have an online Masterclass with Broadway Superstar Laura Bell Bundy. Laura is a well-known Broadway celebrity, having played the original Elle Woods in the hit musical ‘Legally Blonde’ and Amber in the original ‘Hairspray’ production. The Masterclass that Ella attended was on Zoom and during the session Ella was given