Grade 6 Graduation Excursion

As our graduation excursion to Camp ADANAC is tomorrow, students need to ensure they have and bring the right items with them. Please read carefully to ensure your child is prepared.

  • Students will need to bring a backpack which has their fruit, a refillable drink bottle and a towel in it.
  • Students will need to wear a hat (it does not need to be their school hat).
  • Students may come in free dress, but must wear a t-shirt (no singlets or tank tops), shorts and runners (these may get wet and dirty). No thongs or open toed shoes will be allowed at the venue.
  • Students will need to wear their bathers under their clothes. All students must wear a rashie or a t-shirt on the water rides. No student will be allowed on the water activities without one.

Grade 6 Camp Movie and Supper Zoom 🎥

After a long day, it’s time to put our feet up with some snacks, a hot milo and watch a movie together. Come and join us on Zoom at 6:30pm for a movie and supper together. Don’t forget all your favourite snacks!

The link will be posted on Seesaw for you all, or you can always find it in your camp booklets!! Can’t wait to see you all there 😊

Essential Assessment – My Numeracy

How to log onto Essential Assessment and access My Numeracy at home: Students have their own username and passwords for Essential Assessment. I have listed an example below and included the link to follow. The ‘School Code’ is Beaconsfield PS.

School Code: Beaconsfield PS
Username: dim0006
Password: 21/01/06

Grade 6 Maths Challenge

Today our Grade 6’s investigated who had the tallest grade 6 class. After measuring themselves, converting their heights to centimetres and working out the total cm’s of each grade, they then worked out the average height of each grade and the average height of a grade 6 student. Much to everyone’s surprise, it turns out I am taller then the average grade 6 student by a huge 4.9cms!


Both the GRIP House Captain Leadership Day (Tuesday 17th March) and HALOGEN Leadership Day (Friday 20th March) have been postponed by both companies until further notice. The venue, Melbourne Convention Centre, is owned by the Victorian Government who, minutes ago, advised us that they have closed the venue for the time being.

Thank you for your understanding.