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2022

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2021

Students in M1 participated in the Sailors with disABILITIES excursion on Monday, the 28th March 2022. This excursion challenged and encouraged our young adults to operate a yacth independently in a controlled and safe environment. Students and staff were accompanied by an experienced skipper from SWD who provided them with life jackets and briefed them...
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Students in M3 & M4 participated in a lacrosse and ten pin bowling workshops as part of the Interschool Sports program. They interacted with students from other schools and were able to develop their interpersonal, teamwork and physical fitness skills.
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Our school captains delivered our heartfelt respects during the 2022 ANZAC School Service in the Manningham region.
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The Numeracy leaders presented an incredible workshop for parents on the 1st of April, which included various hands-on activities that can be incorporated into their children’s day-to-day routines and how to use mathematical language at home. It is very important for our students to engage in visual and kinaesthetic learning as well as to use...
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It is with great pleasure I report to you that the democratic process is alive and well at Bulleen Heights School, with our School Captain and Vice Captains being selected for the 2022 school year at the MRC campus. Congratulations to everyone who participated in the selection process and all of the students who nominated,...
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In conjunction with the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence, an anti-bullying workshop was organised for the senior students on the 18th of March. Students were provided with a VR headset that delivered a 360 degree content of typical scenarios involving bullying behaviours. They were able to explore the backgrounds and motivation of...
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A big thank you to those who supported us to recognise Autism awareness day with our ‘Hoodies Up’ event. We proudly joined thousands of Australians putting their #HoodieUp to make the world a more inclusive place for autistic people. Thank you to all those who contributed to our #Hoodies Up event and the BHS fundraising...
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During Health and Nutrition Week this year, we had the team from SEDA over at both campuses to run a multi-sport program. The sports inflatables provided students with a fun introduction to a variety of sports, including AFL, soccer, basketball, cricket and netball.
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The students and staff at MRC had an amazing time dancing to the music, interacting with each other and completing laps around the campus on the 11th of November. The fundraising event was a huge success. Thank you to our families and wider community for all your support.
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   Education Week  saw us “Building Connections” on both a literal and metaphorical level. The Lego Challenge at MRC involved building connections with bricks and working with peers to follow a set criteria. Careers Day celebrated people of all different walks of life. Students created careers poster and enjoyed listening to presentations from ex-students. The...
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Every day, education support staff work to keep our school running, support our students to learn and our teachers to teach. This year, we celebrated our hardworking education support staff and recognised their extraordinary contribution with a special morning tea.
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When you can’t visit the zoo, why not have the zoo come to you? This year as part of our  Education week theme; Building connections – our environment we invited the Wild action zoo to come and visit. Student loved this engaging and hands on presentation and learning about our native animals.
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As part of our education and Autism week activities we created a sensory walk Based on the famous book ‘We’re Going On a Bear Hunt’. Students loved the opportunity to explore the book using all their senses. In classes students learnt the song with rhythm patterns and actions and completed a variety of comprehension tasks.  
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A big thank you to those who supported us to recognise Autism awareness day with our ‘Hoodies Up’ event. We proudly joined thousands of Australians putting their #HoodieUp to make the world a more inclusive place for autistic people. Those who contributed to our online donation raised $200 for AMAZE. Funds raised through Hoodie Up...
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The students in M1/2 participated in a group discussion on why they should have a school community Op Shop that is managed by the students as well as the benefits it will have on the school community. From this discussion, the group came up with a list of things to do prior to the opening...
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