May 4

Well done the Beacy Bats

Congratulations to the BEACY BATS who performed in their very first Aerobics competition on Saturday the 28thof April.

 

The team was extremely excited and performed amazingly. All of their hard work paid off when they came 1stplace, which was a tremendous effort for their first competition.

 

We can’t wait to work hard and continue our rehearsal to compete in the State Championship in June.

 

Well done Beacy Bats!

February 8

Specialists in 2018

Welcome to the start of a great year. Students from Prep to Grade 6 will participate in specialist areas of Science, Performing Arts, PE, Indonesian and Visual Arts for both semesters. We have had a great start to the year with students attending all specialist classes. There is lots of learning and fun to be had.

December 12

Information for the Sing & Celebrate Concert

FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT CONCERT SEATING ARRANGEMENTS 

*Bring a rug, mat, cushion and/or a chair from home so you will be comfy!

Junior Concert Prep to Gr 2: Monday 18th December: 2pm: Shed Area

Senior Concert Gr 3 to 6: Monday 18th December: 6:30pm: Shed Area

 

Dear families,

On Monday 18th December, we will be setting up the viewing areas for our fantastic Junior and Senior Concerts a little differently to last year. We aim to make it a little easier for you to see, hear and enjoy your talented children’s performances a little better.

There will be two designated areas in the centre of the shed as follows.

  • The area towards the centre front and middle will only be for families who bring a rug or a cushion to sit on. Please bring your own from home with you.
  • The area towards the back will have a couple of rows of chairs for special needs and there will be some space available for your own chairs from home

(It’s probably a good idea to have a chair and a rug in the back of the car just in case either area fills up.)

As the Junior Concert is at 2pm, we also ask that you please do not come on to the school grounds until after play has finished and all students are out of the yard.

(You can enter the yard from 1:30pm – not before please)

Hope you can make it,
Irene Carroll and Emma Jennion (Performing Arts Teachers)

August 7

Introduction to Gymnastics

Students have been introduced to some basic gymnastics skills over the past 4 weeks.

Activities involved practising core strength, balancing on a high and low beam, completing jumps off a vaulting horse with and without a mini trampoline, forwards and backwards rolls, just to name a few.

What has been your favourite activity over the past few weeks?