Beeliar News: Science, Books and Dad’s

Super Science Circus Show

On Tuesday 17th August PP to Year 3 students enjoyed the Super Science Circus Show very much. There was much excitement in the undercover area as ‘Heidi Hoops’ wowed us all.

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Read-a-thon & Book Week

The Beeliar Primary School P&C Readathon begins on Monday!!!

Reading logs to record books will be coming home this Friday. Multimodal texts such as comics, picture books, newspapers, e-books and online stories can all be recorded in your child’s reading log and count towards your child’s total number of books read.

Sponsors may like to donate an amount per book read, or a set amount. For every 5 books your child reads, they go in the draw to win prizes such as Scholastic prizes and Arc passes.

If you have any preloved books in good condition that you’d like to donate to our, please send them to school with your child this week. Student Councillors will be reselling these at the ‘Brilliant Bookstore’ each lunch time from Monday 23 until Friday 27. Prices of books are at a very discounted rate ranging from .20c – $2.00.

Thank you to everyone who purchased books at our recent Bookfair. Over $6000 was made giving our school a commission of nearly $2000 that we can now use to purchase library books and Literacy resources.

Remember! Our book character dress up parade is this Monday 23 August!

Science Expo – Thursday 19th August

Please see below the fun activities happening at the Science Expo this Thursday 19 August. The Expo runs from 5-7pm and is free. All welcome.

Father’s Day Video

If you would like your family to be included in the upcoming Beeliar Primary School Father’s Day video please send a photo of your child/children with their father/grandfather/carer to the following email address:

Please note the cut off for all photos will be Tuesday 31 August.

Cyber Safety Education Session – REMINDER – Thursday 26 August, 6:30pm

Protecting children in their digital worlds is an ever-evolving task for Australian families. Now more than ever parents are looking for guidance in how to manage screen time and navigate the world of games and social media.

We are therefore pleased to help our parent community by offering a crucial and engaging education session with ySafe, Australia’s leading provider of cyber safety education. This practical, strategy-rich session will cover the most important points that all families need to know about online safety, covering key information about social media and gaming, screen time recommendations and step-by-step instructions on how to set up a cyber safe home for kids of all ages.

If you’ve ever struggled with getting your kids off their games and into bed, worried about the content of the games that they are playing or felt concerned that your child was spending too much time in the digital world, this workshop is for you!

Please register for this event by following the link provided. This is an important school event for all parents to attend.