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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9:45 am - 10:30 am

7-19 Vaucluse Crescent, Bellevue Heights 5050


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Once again, Bellevue Heights students have competed at the State Robotics Competition - Robocup. Six teams (a record) entered two divisions, Onstage and Rescue. We were very competitive in all areas. All students involved worked tirelessly on their projects for 13 weeks leading up to the competition and all should be commended on their persistence, problem solving and collaboration. On the day, all students represented our school with respect and enthusiasm, making us very proud. We took home FIRST PLACE - congratulations "Wonderlandians" - Third Place - Well done "Twisted Tales" - and the Innovation Award - Well done "Archibots". Well done also to "Roboracing, Fluke and R.AID". ... See MoreSee Less

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Bellevue Heights Primary School

2019 Book Parade
Theme: Reading is my Secret Power
When: Friday August 23 2019
Time: 9:15 am
It’s time to get excited for the Book Character Parade. The parade is a big event where children and teachers dress in costume to represent a favourite book character or National Dress.
Book Week celebrations are important because it reminds everyone that books offer more than just a good story. Literature can act as a source of knowledge, a vehicle to other places, a means to peer into the past and future and so much more.
Costumes for our ‘ Parade’ could be made from just simple pieces of clothing or items you may have at home e.g. belts, scarves, hats, headbands, boxes, leggings to name a few. Remember you do not need to buy costumes- It’s much more fun when we make them with love and with your child in mind however we understand that life is busy!
We are really excited to see our community come together to celebrate Book Character Parade
Be creative and see you soon!
Thank you for your support.
BHPS Staff
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The year 4/5s in Miss Durdin's class have been using WeDo Robotics to build show rides. The children set their own success criteria including safety, stability, accessibility for all and of course they had to be fun! The students used gears and careful coding to help achieve their goals. Today they shared their rides with parents and other students. Well done year 4/5s, your rides were an overwhelming success! ... See MoreSee Less

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