Our Stories

The Five Senses of Studying

Tuesday, 16 October 2018

Exams are imminent. Stress is mounting and your palms are sweating just thinking about picking up that pencil. How will I remember all of this? What if I totally fail? This is so overwhelming. 
 

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Four Easy Steps to FAST Learning

Monday, 3 September 2018

‘I just can’t do it!’ 
‘I’m not good at maths.’ 
‘This is too hard.’
‘Science is boring.’

These statements may sound familiar. Perhaps you have even uttered sentiments like these in the past. We watch our kids come up against barriers or obstacles and give up, labelling themselves, containing and restricting their potential. 

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Welcome to Our New Website

Wednesday, 15 August 2018

When you enter the tranquil grounds and hear the fascinating stories of our people at Belgrave Heights Christian School (BHCS), you know that you are stepping into something special. From the vibrant faces pausing to offer a friendly smile, to the poised manner of the students who exude warmth and curiosity, it doesn’t take long to realise that we have something worth celebrating. 

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How to Support Your Child’s Learning At Home

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

The recent Social-Emotional Wellbeing Survey 2018 provided us with valuable information as to how our students (in Years 7 and 8) are tracking in six main areas: Emotional, Social and Learning Skills, and School, Home and Community Life. We have designed a series of articles targeting key areas highlighted in this research as a helpful resource for our parents.

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Screens: Necessary Evil or Positive Resource?

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

Screen time.  It can cause a lot of parental angst. How much is too much? Is that game appropriate? How on earth do I get that device back without causing a meltdown? We live in a technological age and screens have become a necessary part of our lives. Some children know how to use an iPad before they can even put together sentences and we can be guilty of modelling our own dependence on the ever-pinging device in our pockets. 

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How to Enjoy Your Kids

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

The recent Social-Emotional Wellbeing Survey 2018 provided us with valuable information as to how our students (in Years 7 and 8) are tracking in six main areas: Emotional, Social and Learning Skills, and School, Home and Community Life. We have designed a series of articles targeting key areas highlighted in this research as a helpful resource for our parents.

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Five Tips to Help Students Deal With Anxiety

Tuesday, 7 August 2018

The recent Social-Emotional Wellbeing Survey 2018 provided us with valuable information as to how our students (in Years 7 and 8) are tracking in six main areas: Emotional, Social and Learning Skills, and School, Home and Community Life. We have designed a series of articles targeting key areas highlighted in this research as a helpful resource for our parents.

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A Tale of Two Mountains

Tuesday, 24 July 2018

We have all seen the photos - the haunted eyes of malnourished children with the overlaying blaring message that it is up to us to change the situation. It sparks a sense of guilt within, a feeling that we aren’t doing enough.

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