Congratulations to Viv, Henry, Dom, Luke, Kelly and Dylan who are our Students of the Week.
Today 10 lucky students travelled over to Phillip Island to watch the Super Bikes. Everyone had a terrific time due to the numerous freebies, the promo models and meeting some of the racers. A massive thanks to Nat Szybkowski for coming along and being a great help.
Attached is the homework task for this week.
Just a quick note to let you know that Beaconsfield Primary School’s Human Powered Vehicle team will be racing at Casey Fields Criterion track this Saturday.
If you ever wondered what all the fun and excitement was about this is a great chance to come and have a look. We enjoy hearing people cheer our teams on. Our HPV’s are Storm and Ironman.
When: Saturday 27th February 2016
Time: 10.00am till 4:00pm – Endurance relay race
Where: Casey Fields, Berwick – Cranbourne Road, Cranboune, Melways Ref. 134 G9
Students who are 10 and older are welcome to join the team once they have had some training.
Please see Mr Cole for more information.
We are holding parent helper’s information session today for you to have an opportunity to learn about the types of activities your child will do at school and how you can help them as a helper in the classroom and as a parent at home. There will be information specifically about how children learn to read and how you can support their development. These sessions will cater for all year levels.
Two sessions will be offered so please choose the session that suits you:
Session 1 at 9:00am presenting in the Gallery (level 2)
Session 2 at 6:00pm presenting in the Gallery (level 2)
Due to staff being busy during these sessions, we are unable to provide supervision of your child. Therefore, children who attend the morning or evening sessions will be your responsibility.
We look forward to seeing you there and sorry for the confusion with dates and times.
Attached in this Word document are a series of multiple choice questions for you to complete for homework this week. Answer them in full sentences in your homework book.
Today our House Captains travelled to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre for a leadership conference run by GRIP. The students learnt what it means to be a leader and the different ways you can show leadership. As well as learning lots of new things, they also enjoyed spending time checking out the city.
Just a quick note to let the parents of the grade 6 House Captains who are on their excursion today know that they caught the 3:03pm train from the city and are due back at Beaconsfield Station at approximately 4pm.