Our chickens have certainly become part of the family and have been responding really well to the children. Most of them don't mind being pick up for short cuddles and love being fed scraps of food. While Jamie has proven herself to be the most adventurous of the four she didn't win any friends when she helped herself to our developing carrot crop! They seem to have all enjoyed wandering around the yard and following the children from place to place.
Practice is well under way for our 2016 BPS Aths Carnival. The kids have been working on improving their techniques and improving their practice scores and PB's. We look forward to seeing everyone next Friday for our Carnival day and then the following week at the Cluster Athletics Sports.
This afternoon we welcomed 4 news students to Beulah Prinary- the feathered kind! They're very quiet and shy at the moment but that might not last once the settle in!! Our feathered friends are yet to be named so stay tuned for updates.
Many thanks to Nifty for getting the Isla Browns for us and we'll done to Junior School Council for pulling the entire project together.
Eggs will be available to the community in the future of our chooks prove to be good layers.
Three boys were very excited this morning to obtain their Learner Permit to use pen. They are all on a one-month pen trial and after the month is up it will be determined if each students is eligible for a full pen license or extension of the Lerner period.
License Type: Pen
License Conditions: Neat Writing
Expiry Date: 15/08/2016
Good luck boys!
SRI (Special Religious Instruction) has returned to BPS with Peter & Rita taking the first session for the year before school today. Students that were signed up for SRI at the beginning of the year will continue SRI sessions before school on a Friday for the rest of the year.
We've had a lot of messy fun completing our human body unit over the last few days! We've had taste and saliva experiments organised by Charlotte, joint and tendons with Hudson and the messiest of all- identifying parts of the brain by creating a 'thinking cap' using Paper Mache led by Jude and Koby. It's been a lot of tasty, messy fun!
Welcome to our newly updated school website! We've been down for updates for quite a while now but we're back with a fresh look. The new format also makes it much easier to regularly update information, add newsletters and documents and has this terrific blog section to keep families and the community up to date with what's going on at BPS.
We've returned home safe and sound from the Swan Hill Camp and everyone has had a delightful time. The highlight for everyone was the Heartbeat of the Murray Spectacular. It really was a spectacular with lights, lasers, bubbles, fire and foam.
Many people passing by commented on what a lovely bunch of kids they were as they were indeed a wonderful crew and did our school proud everywhere they went.