upcoming events

term 3, 2019

19.07.2019 - CET Meeting

23.07.2019 - Parent Teacher Interviews evening #1

25.07.2019 - Parent Teacher Interviews evening #2

30.07.2019 - Grade 5/6  camp departs

31.07.2019 - Performing and Visual Arts Information Evening (Art Room 6.30-7.30pm)

02.08.2019 - Grade 5/6 camp returns

04.08.2019 - Working Bee **please note the change of date, due to WMM changing

05.08.2019 - OSHC Committee

                           - B&G Committee

06.08.2019 - Education Committee

10.08.2019 - Winter Magic Market (BNW 90th Birthday Celebration)

                              (please note date change from printed school calendar)

12.08.2019 - F-2 Swimming commences (finishing 22.08.2019)

13.08.2019 - Family Information Evening: preparing for school camp

14.08.2019 - Finance Committee

15.08.2019 - School Council

17.08.2019 - Indonesian Independence Day

20.08.2019 - CET Meeting

21.08.2019 - Grade 3/4  camp departs

23.08.2019 - Grade 3/4 camp returns

30.08.2019 - Spring Family Day

                           - Plant & Produce Market (Grade 3 families)

02.09.2019 - OSHC Committee

                           - B&G Committee

03.09.2019 - Education Committee

06.09.2019 - Divisional Athletics

10.09.2019 - Grade 2 Sleepover #1 (half cohort)

11.09.2019 - Finance Committee

12.09.2019 - School Council

14.09.2019 - Garden Group’s Spring-A-Ding-Ding! Fundraiser

17.09.2019 - Grade 2 Sleepover #2 (half cohort)

20.09.2019 - End of Term BBQ

                          - Term 3 concludes

arts information evening Wed 31st July

6:30pm in the art room

Come along as Andrew and Kate from Visual Arts, and Jack from Performing Arts, will be giving an overview of what’s happening in the Arts for the rest of the year. We’ll be discussing our plans for the next two terms, rustling up a few volunteers and explaining the end of year Arts Festival - this year title ‘Art Attak!’

volunteering @ BNW

We pride ourselves for our sense of belonging as it is beneficial for everyone. Family involvement in school strengthens our young people's connection to their education, it demonstrates the community connection many families choose our school for and helps us provide the best educational program and environment possible. In an attempt to better communicate with those interested in volunteering, the school is trying to build a volunteer register. We would love all family members to complete this short survey to help us collect this information. All information will be kept private and no one will be asked to commit to any volunteer work in the survey. 

There are so many different ways to become involved in your child's education and we love it when you want to get involved, but we must remind all family members that Working with Children Check cards are required by law.