Celebration Evening took place on 18 October 2018 and, once again, it was a sensational celebration of all the things that make Bialik College special. The audience was treated to energetic performances from our tremendously talented musicians, vocalists, drama students, dancers and more; there were compelling speeches from the College leaders and enthralling videos that showcased the many facets of
The Bialik College Gringlas Sports Centre is taking healthy eating to the next level. Since the beginning of the Term 4, we’ve commissioned specialist health supplier Gnibl to implement their innovative “snack and learn” concept. The results – a high-tech vending machine in the Sports Centre which includes a dietitian curated range, nutritional information on touch screens and products for
As the Year 7 students embark on the final leg of their B’nei Mitzvah journey, the tikkun olam (repairing the world) component, they were privileged to hear from a panel of experts who have made tikkun olam part of their daily lives. As this unit of the B’nei Mitzvah program will see the students go out into the greater community to
Join the Bialik family Be a part of a passionate team Enrich the Jewish culture of the College About Bialik College Bialik College is a cross-communal Jewish day school, embracing an inclusive approach to Judaism. All students attend one campus from the Early Learning Centre through to Year 12 in the Senior School. Bialik is unique as Melbourne’s only
Recently, a group of Year 10 students attended the High School Cancer Symposium at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. They enjoyed a day of networking, hearing from researchers in the field of cancer research, touring the lab and chatting with cancer survivors. It was a most inspiring day.
The final soiree for the year, the Spring Soiree, was held last night at the Victor Smorgon Hall in front of an appreciative audience. The night commenced with debut performances from both the Year 4 Band and the Year 5 Performance Band led by Sarah Trainor. Also featured were the ‘Take a Bow’ strings ensembles, the ‘Jungle Juice’ percussion ensemble
Middle School Drama students thoroughly enjoyed the presentation by the Australian Shakespeare Company on Wednesday this week. Two very engaging and dynamic actors performed extracts from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and Hamlet in an interactive style, giving the students the opportunity to step inside the plays and experience Shakespeare in the way it was intended.
Well done to all of the Bialik students who recently participated in the Year 6, Year 8 and Year 10 Mathematical Association of Victoria Maths Games Days. Eight students from each of these year levels participated in a statewide competition, engaging in problem solving and fast paced maths relay challenges with students solving challenging problems against the clock and fellow
Date: Thursday 15 November 2018, 11am – 1pm Venue: Private home in Caulfield North, details will be sent to you. Tickets are $65 p/person and can be booked now at www.trybooking.com.au/YANX
Kol ha’kavod to the French students who participated in the Alliance Française French Language Competition. Yekira R came third in the State for the poetry recital and second in the State for the written exam. Consequently, she has come first in the State for Year 10! The students in the list below reached the State finals a couple of months