Need To Know !

 

5/6 New Zealand Kenakena Exchange


A final info night will take place in the BER from 6pm til 6.30 on Tuesday 10 October.

See you there.


SAFETY

 

For the safety and fairness to our whole school community it would be appreciated if ALL parents/guardians/visitors could adhere to the parking zones around the school at all times.

 

 **On Balaclava Road there is a dedicated ‘Bus Zone from 8am to 4pm on school days’ – you   cannot park here at any time during these times. Please also be mindful that if you are waiting for buses to return after 4pm, that the buses still require  access to this space so that our students/teachers/parent helpers can disembark safely.

 

**The ‘2 minute’ parking zones (8-9.30am and 3-4pm) around the school are ‘kiss and go’ zones. They are to be used by parents quickly dropping off or picking up students. Cars should not be left unattended at any time during these times.

 

** Please be considerate of the local community during drop off, collection or parking around the school. Do not double park or park over or within driveways or across the school driveways.

 

** Students are not permitted access to the car park.

 

** Please also adhere to speed limits.


Berthe Mouchette Competition

 

Bonjour 😊

 

The countdown has begun!  In less than 24 hours the winners of the competition will be announced on the Official Berthe Mouchette Competition Facebook page and the Alliance française de Melbourne website.

With the following prizes up for grabs, it certainly will be worth the wait:

Prix AFX Student Exchange

6 week student exchange program to France in 2018

Year 8 winner and BEST* Year 9 student

Prix Alliance française de Melbourne

Admission to the 2 VCE oral & written 2018 immersion days

BEST* Year 11 student

Prix CREIPAC

A 1 week educational trip to New Caledonia in 2018

BEST* Year 12 student

* highest overall mark (oral & written)

All our winners, their families and their teachers are invited to the Awards Ceremony at the St Kilda Town Hall:

Wednesday 15th November at 7pm (save the date!)

Certificates will be sent out to schools in October via SENDLE (signature required) with Year 12 certificates being sent first.

Finally don’t forget to make the most of our past exam papers – 2013 to 2016 years 9-12 available on-line!

 

A demain!

 

PS: we have a new Berthe Mouchette facebook page, we’d love for you and your students to LIKE us!


Last day of Term 22nd of September.


School finishes at 2.30pm on the last day of term 3.  Please arrange to collect your child early or contact Camp Australia to arrange for them to attend after school hours care. If your child has not been collected from school by 3pm, we will arrange for them to go to Camp Australia.


Trivia Night


Dear Parents/Guardians,

The 5/6 Trivia night will be held on the 17th of October from 6:40 to 8:00 pm. A note will go out to parents during the first week of next term. If you wish to come, please complete the reply slip that will be attached to the notice.

Regards

5/6 team

 

Walk to school


From the 9th October, our school is now going to take part in a program called walk to school. Walk to school is a program that encourages children to walk, scoot or cycle to school. This program will teach children how to be safe around roads and improves the child’s physical ability. It’s also a great opportunity to meet up with friends and walk together to school. By participating you could help your school win great regional prizes and you will enjoy the benefits of walking scooting or cycle to and from school. Your children received a leaflet. It’s got all the information you need to know about walk to school.


Next steps


- Organize meeting points with your friends

- Share experience or tips on 18th September Assembly

- Get ready for the beginning of the Competition on the 9th October

 

Bjorn 6EF

 

Lost Property

 

A reminder that Lost Property is located on the first floor of the Main Building.

 

If your child has misplaced an item of clothing please ensure you check Lost Property. There are currently quite a number of clothing items, the majority of which are named.

 

If items are not collected they will be washed and donated to the second hand clothing shop.

 

We ask that parents please check hat and jacket labels on the clothes their children bring home every so often to make sure they haven't accidently brought someone else's item home by mistake. This can easily happen and we have quite a number of lost items at the moment which aren’t in lost property. Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.

 

Notices that went home this week


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