Dear Bethal students and families, Well done on making it to the end of term 3! We hope you enjoy the break! Here are some free online events that are available to you during these holidays: Hume Libraries Holiday program Coding workshop NGV Family Art...
BANKSIA GARDENS SESSIONS Thank you to Melodie and Tash from Banksia Gardens for running online sessions with our 3/4 and 5/6 students. Students enjoyed participating in the art and mindfulness activities during Midweek Meetup and Friday Fun!
JSC organised a PYJAMA DAY on Wednesday to raise funds for the Royal Children's Hospital. Thanks everyone for your donations! We raised over $450!
Congratulations to the following grades for having the highest attendance this term: Foundation W, 2MC, 34V & 5/6T. These classes will receive a special reward in the last week of term. Well done to all classes and keep coming to school every day!
Bethal students and staff are very happy to be back at school!
Well done to all the students of the week this week!
Congratulations to the students who represented Bethal at Cross Country.
Students in grade 3/4 continue having fun during their bike ed lessons while developing new skills.
Assemblies are back! They will be held on Fridays at 2.30pm in the BER. At this stage assemblies are only for students and teachers. We hope to be able to welcome parents and our school community soon.
Students at Bethal have created this wonderful Harmony Tree as part of Harmony Week celebrations.
As part of their inquiry unit 'Someone Else's Shoes' , students in grade 3/4 walked to Coolaroo train station to have a look at the facilities for those with disabilities.
Students at Bethal had a great time celebrating Harmony Week. Thanks to Banksia Gardens for organising the cultural sweet stall and craft activity!
Your school captains, Bhagavada and Noura, explain about the return of JSC for Term 2. Each Grade 3-6 class will have a chance to vote for a class member to represent them at JSC.
Bike Education has kicked off for the Grade 3 /4 s at Bethal PS. Students have made a great start learning about bike safety, riding skills and bike mechanics.