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  • Principal's News Welcome back everyone! Listening to the recounts that students have shared, the term holidays have provided a great break and we are ready for our final term of 2018.   Term 4 There are a number of exciting events taking place this term, keep an eye out on the Compass Calendar for details. Some things to look out for:   Whole school events – Student Led Conferences, Book Fair, Halloween Disco, STEAM expo, BBPS Christmas Party   School camps and excursions – Year 1/2 Little Woodworkers incursion, Year 2 sleepover, Year 4 Camp Jungai, Year 6 Canberra Camp   Learning – Prep 2019 orientation, Prep Fire Safety education, Year 3 I-day on Fridays, Year 4/5 Bike Ed, Year 5 Bullystoppers Challenge   Transition program for ...
    Posted Oct 10, 2018, 10:09 PM by BBPS School
  • Principal's News Assembly Monday’s assembly was a sea of black and yellow as Grade 5 students Jack, Chris, Connor, Toby and Madison farewelled Miss Baldwin on behalf of our school. We wish Emma all the best on her new adventure as Assistant Principal at Tucker Road Bentleigh. Why Magic Is Real It was delightful for BBPS students to hear from Jess Haydon, winner of the ACS Public Speaking Competition. Jess, a former BBPS student and currently in Year 10 inspired our students using Harry Potter to explore the daily examples of magic that is all around us. “Words are our most inexhaustible source of magic” Jess Haydon See the connections some of our Year 6 students made: “Starting with the question ...
    Posted Sep 19, 2018, 10:58 PM by BBPS School
  • Principal's News Market Day Congratulations to all Year 5 & 6 students for a highly successful Market Day this week. And a big thank you to the teachers, parents and school community for supporting this learning opportunity. The Year 5 and 6 students share key learnings about financial management below: “We remade our finances by having enough but not too many prizes for each grade” Michael, Yr 6 “It was good to learn how to calculate catering for large groups, and time management when preparing and organising for an event” Phoebe, Yr 6 “Most stores that had a challenge raised more money because they were popular to customers” Scott, Yr 5 “We dropped our prices and ended up selling more” Poppy, Yr 5 ...
    Posted Sep 13, 2018, 11:16 PM by BBPS School
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