We would like to wish all of our families a very safe and happy holidays. School will resume on Wednesday 30th January for Grades 1-6, and Thursday 31st January for new Prep students.
Teachers will be conducting Prep Testing on Wednesday mornings in January/February. Preps are only required at school on these days in their scheduled interview time, which should have been received by post. No school for preps - Wednesday Jan 30th, Feb 6th, Feb 13th, Feb 20th and Feb 27th.
On Monday 17th September we remembered our late School Council President with a Pancake and BBQ breakfast, followed by the presentation the inaugural 'Raymond Drew Helping Hand Award' to 3 special students. These students embody the spirit of Raymond Drew and are always ready and willing to lend a hand without being asked.
Thank you to all of the families that supported our Pyjama and Popcorn Day fundraiser! We raised over $350 towards a special project to remember Raymond Drew, our late former School Council President.
Students and staff enjoyed spending the day in their pyjamas, onesies, slippers and dressing gowns!
At Broadmeadows Valley we ensure every child has a well-planned and successful beginning to their primary school journey. We recognise the needs of a young person beginning school and understand this can be a new experience for some families. We look forward to supporting you through this exciting time. Please contact Amy Prisco or Jodie Coughlan for extra information and to organise a school tour.
We love reading at BVPS and celebrated Book Week with a dress up day and special book-related learning activities.
Grade 3-6 students showcased their Enrichment learning about Chemical Science at the LN2/3 Science Fair today! Students planned and performed chemistry experiments about liquids, solids and gases and wrote procedural texts to accompany these.
Our chicken house is being transformed as we prepare for new chickens. During Cultivating Community sessions last term LN2 students got started by washing and sanding the house. Then they painted the first coat of blue paint. But that's not all! LN3 students are choosing projects for this term in the garden and some have plans for a stunning design. Pop in to the garden to see how it's looking.