Here at Team BOB (Back off Bullies) we are aiming to make a difference in bullying and family violence victims with our Positive Packs. The Positive Packs are BOB’s way of helping those in need of some support. Bullying can have a huge impact on our lives and Team BOB have provided some useful tips and resources for those who are experiencing bullying.
The Positive Packs contain:
– Stress Balls
– Tips to deal with bullying
– Colouring in activities
– Our picture story book
If you or your child would like a Positive Pack you can visit our website at www.bobbackoffbullies.weebly.com or visit Mr O’Shea’s classroom.
THESE PACKS ARE FREE!!!!
Hopefully we can help.
No assembly today due to House Meetings.
What a better way to celebrate the first day of spring than to come to Walk to School? 🙂
If you would like to join us meet the teachers at O’Neil Road. We will be leaving to go back at 8:30am.
Just a reminder due to the book week parade that assembly will commence at 2:45pm today.
As part of the Youth Out Loud program grade 5/6 students are participating in, they are raising money to support a goal for a worthy cause. We would love all the school to contribute and help our wonderful students at Beacy.
All fundraising will be held this Friday the 18th of August.
• Preps – will be invited to watch a ‘Trash Puppet Show’ for a gold coin donation.
• Grade 1/2 – each grade will compete to make the longest coin line, with the winning grade receiving a prize so bring in all your spare coins.
• Grade 3/4 – can visit the bake sale with a range of slices and cakes ranging from 50 cents to $3.
• Grade 5/6 – will have a sausage sizzle at second lunch with sausages selling for $2.
• All grades – guess the lollies in the jar competition. 50 cents a guess or 3 guesses for $1.
• Staff – car wash for $5.
Remember to bring your money this Friday. Thank you.
Last term, grade 5/6 students entered a design competition for Latitude – Bounce, Climb, Fly – for their new bungee wall. We are proud to announce that Luke P’s design has been shortlisted and now needs your vote to win the competition. If Luke’s design wins, the whole school will get a free excursion to Latitude!
We ask that everyone in our school heads to:
and selects Luke’s design (you will need to enter a valid email address for the vote to count).
Let’s all get behind Luke and Beacy’s chances of winning!
There will be no assembly on Monday due to House Meetings.
Due to the inconsistency of the weather and number of students walking, the teachers will not be walking to school for the rest of Term Two. We will continue when the weather gets better in Term Three, however we still encourage parents and students to use our 3 safety drop off zones to walk to school.
On the 19th of May, it is the 18th year for the National Walk Safely to School Day (WSTDS). We will be leaving from O’Neil road and heading to school approximately 8:30am. We would love to see as many students possible attending this walk.
The objectives of WSTSD are:
• To encourage parents and carers to walk to school with primary school age children and reinforce safe pedestrian behaviour.
• To promote the health benefits of walking and help create regular walking habits at an early age.
• To ensure that children up to 10 years old hold an adult’s hand when crossing the road.
• To help children develop the vital road-crossing skills they will need as they become mature pedestrians.
• To reduce the car dependency habits that are being created at an early age and which will be difficult to change as children become adults.
• To promote the use of Public Transport.
• To reduce the level of air pollution created by motor vehicles.
• To reduce the level of traffic congestion.
Thank you for your support.