Grade 3.4 Beaconsfield PS

What's going on in Grades 3 & 4?

Jollybops Incursion

Yesterday the 3/4’s had an awesome time learning all about chemistry. We saw gasses turn into liquids, liquids turn into gasses and much more! Take a peek! \
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Cross Country

Don’t forget to come in your house colours and support you team! Should be lots of fun!

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Easter Egg-strordinaire!

This Easter Parent & Friends are holding an in-school
‘Easter Egg-strordinaire!!

Each student will be given the opportunity during class time on Monday 21 March 2016 to purchase tickets from a member of the Parents & Friends team.

Tickets cost $1.00 each (preferably a gold coin). Students will be able to purchase more than one ticket should parents wish to donate more than $1

Ticket/s will then be put in the draw to win a fabulous chocolate Easter hamper. The winners will be drawn at assembly that same afternoon.

Tickets will only be sold on Monday 21 March 2016.

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Pink Stumps Day

Dear Families,

On Wednesday 23rd March, Beaconsfield Primary School will be having a day to support the McGrath Foundation. The McGrath Foundation raises money to place McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities right across Australia, as well as increasing breast awareness in young Australian women. Students can bring along $2 which entitles them to wear free dress (pink to show support) and they will receive a pink wristband.

We are inviting all our families to a morning tea. This will be an event for our community to get together and show their support (and wear a splash of pink). It will be from 9am in our school gym. Feel free to bring along any members of your family or friends. Come past the office to let us know that you will be joining us for the morning tea. We will have a breast cancer survivor speaking about her experiences.

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No Teachers Walking to School

Due to the photo day tomorrow, there will be no teachers walking to school in the morning.

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New Stop and Drop Zones

Beaconsfield Primary LAUNCHES NEW Stop & Drop Zones

Join in and walk, ride, scoot or skate on Friday 11 March at 8.30am at either

Beaconsfield Tennis Club- Beaconsfield Recreation Reserve, Beaconsfield- Emerald Rd. Follow the path to the traffic lights on Princes Hwy and walk along the footpath to school. It is suggested that all students travel with their families.

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Jim Parkes Reserve- Horner St, Beaconsfield. This is a good one for preps-grade 2 to practice with their families.

Stop and Drop zones are designated spaces where parents are encouraged to drop off and pick up their children. Children then walk, ride, scoot or skate to and from school. This will assist in increasing children’s activity levels and easing traffic congestion around the school. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children.

This is a Streets Ahead initiative. For more information contact Council’s Active Children’s Officer, Kate Beveridge on 1300 787 624.

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Reminder for Assembly

Hi parents and friends,
Just a reminder that there is no school assembly on Monday as students have their house meeting instead. There will also be no ‘Star of the Week’.
Thanks
3/4 Team

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Mobile March Reminder

National Ride to School Day
Preparations are well under way for active travel day on Friday the 4th of March. To celebrate riding, walking, skating and scooting as fun ways to travel to school, we are organising two Bicycle Victoria Representatives to provide stickers and prizes on the day.

We support our students to walk or wheel to school because:
• Students feel fresh and alert at the beginning of a school day.
• There are fewer cars around the school which eases ‘drop off congestion’.
• Students are more likely to reach the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity they need each day.
• Students feel happier, healthier and perform better in the classroom.

Parents can join in the fun by walking or wheeling with the students by meeting us at the Stop and Drop Zone at 8:30 at O’Neil road. Just remember that all students must be wearing a helmet at all times. We also have a bike shed where students will be able to safely leave their ‘wheels’ throughout the day.

Thanks you for your support.

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