At BPS our vision is to create fluent and enthusiastic reader. This vision is captured in our SITE IMPROVEMENT PLAN. The work we do as educators, across the school , will focus on achieving this vision. In the Rec—Year 2 years students are LEARNING to read so that by the time they enter Year 3 …
We have joined with the Children’s Centre to engage a service called Grow Wellbeing. The service can provide counselling and therapeutic support to children and families. If you would like to self-refer please collect a form from the front office or communicate directly with Tina.
It is so wonderful to be back amongst the Brompton Primary School community. I had a lovely ‘long’ break. During my long service leave I was lucky enough to have travelled to Africa with my daughter. We had the privilege of walking with some ‘toddler’ lion cubs which was a super awesome experience.
On Monday 2nd December, a morning tea was provided for all the volunteers who have supported the school over the year. Volunteers are a vital component of the school and are always welcomed. I would like to take the opportunity to thank everyone who has helped the school in a variety of ways.
Dear Parents / Caregivers
On Monday our Year 6/7 students led a moving Remembrance Day ceremony. Arina and Adelyn set the scene playing the Last Post. Aaron recited The Ode. All observed one minute’s silence to remember those who died or suffered for Australia’s cause in all wars and armed conflicts.
Thank you for a fantastic sports day. Even with a lot of wind and rain the day was amazing. Parents and students spoke to me about how much fun they were having. All of this couldn’t have been done without our sports teacher, Kate Walsh who did a fantastic job organising and managing the day
Well we have come to the end of another term and school holidays are just around the corner. I would like to take this opportunity to notify the school community that I will be taking a longer than normal holiday—as I will be on long-service leave for all of term 4. Soula Tsekouras has been appointed as Principal and Amy Grant will be the Assistant Principal during this time
I try to limit my time on social media as I am aware of the perils of too much time spent in front of a screen. But from time to time I come across an article or message from this online ‘space’ that resonate with me or makes me think about the world through a different lens.