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posted Mar 28, 2018, 9:19 PM by BBPS School

Canteen News - to start first week Term 2

The canteen will operate for orders and counter sales on 2 days each week, Monday and Friday. Online orders will be available up until 8:30am on the days of operation.

Please see details from the proprietors Fun Fresh Foods, as detailed on their flyer included in this newsletter. We thank Siobhan and Liz for responding to parent feedback and look forward to the shift from the Thursday to Friday.

 

Save the date - David Anderson school review

David Anderson will be conducting two parent forums as an opportunity for parents to provide input into the formulation of the new 4 year strategic school plan. These forums are scheduled on Thursday 19th of April:

The first is after morning drop off at 9:15am and the second is in the evening at 7pm. RSVP to brighton.beach.ps@edumail.vic.gov.au with David Anderson in the subject line.  Child minding will be available for both sessions.

 

Final opportunity for survey responses Thank you to all parents who have taken the time to respond to the survey. The link will remain open until the end of term and we welcome your feedback if you have not already done so.     https://goo.gl/forms/aQhufXCrd6eMJet63


Easter Raffle - Year 6 Hamper Delivery to Hamble House

Each year the community support for the much loved Easter Raffle, run by the PA Prep Parents, is very generous. This year our Year 6 leaders visited residents at Hamble House and took a beautiful hamper of Easter Eggs. Thank you to

Mira and Marissa who collected and collated this year’s raffle.

 

Camp Fun

Year 5 had a wonderful time at camp.  Their exemplary behaviour and modelling of our 5R school values was acknowledged by the Phillip Island camp staff.  This adventure camp supports our students to have a go at challenging outdoor activities including surfing. Many students discover that they can tackle new activities and build their resilience often surprising themselves after overcoming their initial reluctance. The surfing component in particular is always a highlight.

 

Student Leaders Collate student feedback

As you would have read in last week’s newsletter our Year 6 Friendship Ambassador’s, along with all our Year 6 leaders, led the school in our first ‘Friendship Gathering Activity’. This activity provided the opportunity for all students to have their say on what they would like to: ‘keep doing, stop doing and start doing’ at Brighton Beach Primary School. On Monday, Evan, Ryder, Ella and Chloe built their leadership skills by reading through and collating all the student responses gained during the activity. This feedback acknowledges student voice and will provide important student perspectives to inform our school review.

 

Renovation Update

Thank you for your patience as we manage the renovation.

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