Did you know that September 13th is Roald Dahl Day? At Belle Vue Primary school today we celebratedRead More »
Today we were very lucky to receive a visit from some very special guests!
Prep W & Prep A were able to play with some very cute and cuddly baby bunnies!
With thanks to Alex PT, her mum Angela and their family friend Fiona who brought in the rabbits!
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This term the Preps have been learning about Getting Along and team work! We have been working in teams to support and encourage each other when completing tasks.
We competed in 3 legged races, worked together to push team mates on wheelie boards and learned the importance of an end of activity handshake!
See the photos below!
It was heaps of fun and we learned some life long skills!Read More »
This term for YCDI! we have been focusing on Getting Along. Today we watched a little film titled “The Crayon Box That Talked” which was all about how each of us is unique, special and important.Read More »
During Maths we have been learning how to give directions using the points of the compass. To help us we created a traditional compass rose and carried out a small experiment to demonstrate how magnets work. We also used them with simple maps and discussed how directions are a way of describing what direction to travel in between two points often using the words “to” and “from”.Read More »
Today in 1/2 P we played an amazing game called Word Tennis.
We had to hit an imaginary ball while saying one word at a time to make fantastic sentences.Read More »
On Tuesday 9th August 2016 all of the grade 1/2 students went to South America… well, not really. But we did learn about Brazil as part of our unit Australia and The World.Read More »
On Wednesday, some of the members of our Junior School Council took part in some tree planting around our school.Read More »
Students in 5/6 have begun a new science unit called ‘What’s the Matter?’, which will be run alongside Bike Ed on Fridays.
The Primary Connections unit, which ties in with the Science, Mathematics and English curriculums, allows students to learn about matter with hands-on investigations.
On Friday, students started exploring the different states of matter (solids, liquids and gases) and their properties. Students observed a range of different materials and explained WHY they though they were either solids, liquids or gases.Read More »
Today in reading rotations some of the students read a section of a factual text and tried to write the key points and main ideas into dot points in their own words. The text they read was about a girl called Gabriella and her school life when she moved overseas. Check out some of their great work below.Read More »