The Preps have been at school for 100 days! Can you believe it?
We held an amazing assembly to celebrate this wonderful day.
Here we are getting ready before the assembly, waiting for the whole school and all the families to arrive.
We started off the assembly singing some songs for everyone. We love singing!
Then each Prep student gave a speech about what they have learnt and what they have enjoyed about school so far. What a wonderful effort for each Prep to bravely speak in front of everyone!
After the assembly we took some class snaps and photos with our buddies.
Thanks to everyone for coming along and celebrating along with the Preps!Read More »
The students in grades 1 & 2 have been very busy this week learning all about money.Read More »
Well done to the 2017 Preps at their first school concert!
The danced their hearts out to ‘Happy’ and had the crowd clapping along.
All the students did a wonderful job and they already can’t wait until next years concert!Read More »
Last week both Blue and Green 4 y.o. groups from Bellevue kindergarten came to watch us rehearse for our school concert.
The kinder kids had the absolute best time! Their teachers said it was hard to get them to leave, they loved the dances and the music so much!
We can’t wait to do some more activities with Bellevue kinder!
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Throughout term 2, the grade 5/6 students have been studying Australian Democracy. Building on from our first hand experiences in Canberra earlier in the year, we have explored the roles and responsibilities of government, the Australian democratic system, operations of parliament, the electoral process, along with looking at Federation and the different experiences and perspectives of Australian democracy and citizenship throughout history.
To help students in gaining a deeper insight into Australia’s history and political system, we like to make the lessons hands on as much as possible. In the attached photos, we can see grade 5/6 students participating in role play scenarios of the electoral process and passing a bill in parliament.Read More »
As part of this Term’s topic (Full of Energy), students at the 3/4 level have been designing, rehearsing and delivering presentations about renewable and non renewable energy sources.Read More »
In previous lessons students learned about variables and how to conduct a fair test. Following on from this the students then designed their ownRead More »
On Monday, 6 lucky Preps visited their former kinder, Bellevue kindergarten.
Ms Woodhouse & Melanie W (Alex’s Mum) walked them down the road to the eagerly awaiting kinder kids!
Ms Woodhouse spoke to the kinder kids about what ‘big school’ is like.
Each of the Preps shared their favourite thing about school and answered the kinder students questions.
We had a great time! Thanks for having us Bellevue kindergarten.
We’ll be back soon!Read More »
Belle Vue would like to congratulate our Hockey 7s teams who represented our school with great sportsmanship and pride on Friday 16th of June.
For the majority of students, the day was their first exposure to the game of hockey. The students positivity and support towards each other throughout the day was outstanding and all players should be proud of their efforts.
A special congratulations to the boys team who successfully took out 3rd position overall!Read More »
On the 1st June, Belle Vue held its inaugural Upcycling Competition. We wanted to help students (and families) ‘rethink’ what they would normally do with their various discarded materials (throw out, recycle or CREATE!), as well as see how creative they could be when ‘reusing’ their waste.
Students across prep to grade 6 were asked to find materials at home that would have otherwise been thrown out or recycled, and use them to create something new.
There were two categories that students could choose from: make something that can be worn, or something that can be used.
A huge number of students participated in our competition, and their effort and creativity was outstanding!
Well done to all students (and families) who got involved!
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