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NumeroStudent Clubs

Belmay Primary School has made available opportunities for students to join. We are excited for these opportunities so that students have got choices with how they would like to spend their lunchtimes.

Technology Club:

Early in term 3, Belmay received a technology pack from the Department of Education that included a whole range of exciting and innovative robotic, engineering and computing products. The aim of the club is to deconstruct these products and make them accessible in classrooms. We are learning to use all of the 'toys' and hope to be ready when teachers ask for assistance in using these products in their classrooms.

We're also learning lots about coding language using a program called Scratch. Students from years 4 through to 6 are welcome to come along to workshops once a week with Miss Klaver.

ChessChess Club:

Ms Christiner began Chess Club shortly after arriving at Belmay PS. She has a love of the game and patiently teaches students the basics of chess to the finer points of competition.

In past years, Belmay has participated in annual Chess competitions with varying success. Ms Christiner also runs a Belmay Chess competition for club members.

So if you feel like joining a club, learning about strategy and forward thinking and having some fun, Chess club is for you! Ms Christiner runs sessions once a week from her classroom.

Numero Club:

The dynamic Miss Klauz run Numero Club once a week from her classroom and is always excited to have students from years 1 all the way through to year 6 join her club.

Numero is a challenging but fun way of practicing quick math skills - the more you practice, the better you'll get! The benefits of this club are that you can't help but get better at Math at the same time - and your teacher will notice!

Miss Klauz also selects her best Numero players to attend the annual Numero competition. We compete against other schools to see who has the best 'take'. We came so close last year and nearly made the finals! We're just getting better and better so come and join us!

Aboriginal Cultural Group:

Mrs Georgina Amhaz heads the Aboriginal cultural group.

The group seeks to find out about Aboriginal culture, current practice and traditions to gain a better understanding of Aboriginal people and the community we leave in.

Mrs Amhaz was at the forefront of the NAIDOC celebrations this year and her small group of students had a big hand in determining the types of activities for the day. With the assistance of Mrs Amhaz, students have also been reciting the 'Welcome to Country' at every school assembly.

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