On Friday 20th April, 3/4 attended an all-day AFL 9’s gala day at Gordon Barnard Reserve as a first for this division for 3/4. The weather turned it on for us, with the sun shining and everyone in high spirits for the entire day making the day a huge success!
We had 2 boys teams and 2 girls teams involved in the day, each displaying a great attitude to teamwork, persistence and all of Belle Vue school values.
Not only did we see great sportspersonship, but we also saw each student and team get out there and give it their best. Considering many of our students were new to playing AFL, each and every student succeeded as they got out there, picked up new skills and improved in their gameplay as they went. The teamwork and camaraderie that was displayed on the field was something we can all be very proud of.
Thank you to Greythorn for putting on a BBQ for everyone on the day and feeding those hungry stars.
A special mention also goes to Fiona Davidson who helped out on the day and managed one of the girl’s teams, as well as keeping score for each of their games. Thank you!
Overall, a very successful day. We will be back!
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As part of the integrated focus in Animal Science this Term, Grade 3/4 students had the opportunity to experience Healesville Animal Sanctuary on Tuesday 5th December, 2017.
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In Years 5 and 6, students are seen as the leaders of the school. They are supported in becoming successful role models and independent learners. Students attend a leadership conference where they obtain skills and strategies to assist them in developing their leadership qualities. Our school leaders also have roles and responsibilities that help develop them into well-rounded individuals, by the time they are ready to move on to secondary school.
As well as the standard curriculum in classrooms, students at Belle Vue have opportunities to develop abilities and skills in a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Students actively engage in Inter School Sport, Bike Education, School Camps, Extension Program, Music, Visual Arts, Physical Education and Multi Cultural Studies. The Year 6 students also take leading roles in our annual mid-year performance. All of these programs foster positive interactions, team building and an engaging curriculum for all students.
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