BVPS Newletter #6, 2022 - Term 2, Week 2, 6/5/22

BVPS Valley View Friday 6th May, 2022


Here’s the latest news to keep our community up to date on the latest happenings at our school.

Upcoming Events 

Week 3 NAPLAN all week – Grade 3s and 5s

Week 4 Tuesday May 17th - Annual General Meeting

             Wednesday May 18th - Whole school zoo excursion

Week 5 Thursday May 26th - Sorry Day – start of Reconciliation Week

Week 6 Reconciliation Week – Friday 3rd June - MABO day

Week 8 Monday June 13th - Queen’s Birthday (no school)

Week 9 Monday June 20th School review

             Friday June 24th – last day of term finish at 2pm


Principal's Message



Julie Andrews - BVPS Acting Principal


We would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which our school stands. We pay our respects to all First Nations elders, both past, present and emerging.


The students have settled back into school really well this term and were very excited to be able to have our first whole school assembly for the year (and our first in over two years!!) Whole school assemblies will be held every two weeks. The next assembly is on Friday May 13th at 2.45pm in the gym. Parents are welcome to attend.


The new school council had its first meeting last term. Your school councillors this year are Amanda Saunders, Koren Staaf, Ahmed Nadeem and Tamara Guy. I want to thank them for volunteering and encourage others to ask if they would also like to volunteer at the school.


Students have all been preparing for their excursion to the zoo by learning about animals and habitats in Science (Biology). It has been lovely to walk through the classes and see students so engaged in the work they are doing. I feel very proud of the students at here at Broadmeadows Valley.


Julie Andrews

Acting Principal





BVPS Learners of the Week



5/6 Learners of the Week

Week 1

For outstanding academic achievement: Hasan HAIDER

For outstanding academic achievement: Maki SHIMOUN
For being an excellent community role model: Hayley SMILEY-HUTCHINSON

Week 2

For outstanding academic achievement: Daniel ENWIYA
For being an excellent community role model: Shiloh SAMUELA



3/4 Learners of the Week

Week 1

For outstanding academic achievement: Esam MAHMOUD

For outstanding academic achievement: Mahmoud ISSA
For outstanding academic achievement: Aisha ALI

Week 2

For showing outstanding independent learning skills: Alice SAUNDERS
For outstanding academic achievement: Omar ARJAN
For outstanding academic achievement: Wafa SLEIMAN



Prep/1 Learners of the week

Week 2

For showing outstanding independent learning skills: Divyang LALWANI
For outstanding academic achievement: Salman OSMAN GURE






Students in years 3 and 5 will be sitting NAPLAN assessments in the week beginning May 9th. It is very important for all students to sit these assessments. As students’ progress through their school years, it’s important to check how well they are learning the essential skills of reading, writing and numeracy. NAPLAN assesses the literacy and numeracy skills that students are learning through the school curriculum and allows parents/carers to see how their child is progressing against national standards over time. You can support your child by reassuring them that NAPLAN is a part of their school program and reminding them to simply do their best.




The Broadmeadows Valley Primary School Annual General Meeting will be held at 4.30-5.00pm on Tuesday 17th May. The meeting is a chance for the school leadership team to present the Annual Report to the School Community and provides principals and school councils with an opportunity to share the year’s achievements and progression. This includes reflecting on the school’s performance and explaining the positive impact of school efforts on student outcomes.

The preparation and publication of an Annual Report is a legislative and regulatory requirement for all schools under the Education and Training Reform Act 2006 (Vic), Ministerial Order 1280 and the National Education Agreement 2008. It reflects the Department of Education's commitment to building pride and confidence in our government schools and highlights the importance of transparent communication about school performance with our school communities.

This is a public meeting and any interested parents are encouraged to attend.



Child Safe Standards


Broadmeadows Valley Primary School is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people. This will be the primary focus of our care and decision-making. Broadmeadows Valley Primary School has zero tolerance for child abuse and is committed to providing a child safe environment.