BHPS playgroup invites all parents and carers with children aged 0-5 to attend on Monday mornings in the school activity hall

Welcome to Bellevue Heights Primary School

We are a welcoming, global community of learners who pride ourselves in catering for the learning and social development to all students. The diverse nature of the school fosters understanding and inquiry as we learn about caring for the world and the people who live in it.

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At Bellevue Heights Primary School, we are committed to providing an education that is relevant, engaging and global, incorporating methodologies that are appropriate to the needs and wellbeing of all.


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It is that time of year that we stocktake all our library and teaching resources. All student library books and Take-home readers should now be returned.
This is a huge and time-consuming task and we would appreciate if families can support us by ensuring their children return all books. Regards
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We have finally finished our bottle top flower murals and have placed them around our 'Cut flower' garden behind our library. Thank you to all those who donated clean bottle tops. Well done to Mrs Groens leadership students for making these. They look amazing!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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At the end of Term 3, Bellevue Heights Primary had its annual Carnival Day, organised and run by the Student Representative Committee (SRC). πŸŽͺ🎢🎈

The Carnival is one of the highlights of the school year!

The SRC Carnival is developed by the SRC Executives and the student representatives from each class. Together they help plan the stalls, sell tickets and decide where the proceeds will go.

The money is donated equally to a local, a national and an international charity.

The stalls are run by the students (the younger classes had help from their teachers). In the older classes, the creation of stalls forms part of their business and economics studies. They have to work in teams to research what might be successful and work within a budget, showing expenses and profits.

Along with the educational aspects, the raising of funds for different charities nurturers empathy and community, giving the children an understanding that they are global citizens and can make a positive difference. 🌏
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