Friday November 27, 2015
3:30pm – 8:00pm
All students have received a book of 10 raffle tickets to sell in conjunction with the Twilight Market. Ticket books need to be returned by 27th November, sold or unsold. Raffle drawn on Monday 7th December at the school assembly. Check out the amazing prizes on the tickets! Tickets are $2.50 each.
Fair Ground Ride Passes for the Market can be booked online at www.trybooking.com/JHME
Bookings for the Duplo and Lego building sessions can be booked online at www.trybooking.com/JHME
We need your help! A “Fridge Checklist” of ways you can help is included with the raffle tickets sent home with all students.
Keep an eye on the school newsletter and visit the Twilight Market website for more information as it comes to hand.
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Wednesday 2nd September, 2015
Beard Oil | Knitwear | Soap | Crafts | Cards | Slices | Sweets | And more!
All BEPS learning communities will go shopping at the stall on Wednesday. Gifts range from $1 to $10.
If students forget money, a second opportunity will be on Friday 4th September.
All gifts are handmade by the BEPS community!
On Friday 4th September, the BEPS community is invited to come shopping for Father’s Day gifts – 3:3pm – 4:30pm.
Proceeds from cakes and treats are going to Bowel Cancer Australia. Gold coins are appreciated.
The new modular building is now complete and ready for transforming into a new Learning Community!
Check out the photo blog here!
Janet will now host a series of information sessions for parents to understand the plan for creating the new LC and how we intend to make good use of the new space.
Date: Wednesday April 22nd
Times: 2pm, 5pm and 7pm.
Each session will go for about an hour.
BOOK IN YOUR SESSION TIME BY CLICKING HERE
Enter code… AGJAB
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GET READY – IT’S TWILIGHT MARKET TIME!
Friday 21st November 2014
3.30pm – 8pm
Don’t miss it..
You don’t want to miss this year’s famous Twilight Market at Brunswick East Primary School (BEPS). Come wind down on your Friday afternoon into the evening with great entertainment, food, drinks including cocktails as well as the myriad of stalls, all made locally with love. While you wind down let your children wind up with rides, Lego play, a Silent Disco, sideshow alley, second hand books, toys, a kids café and more.
Brought to you by the BEPS School Council and Community Events Sub-committee.
General Considerations for Everyone
- Reused Costumes: In keeping with the title of the concert, ‘Found Objects’; clothes that you already own; purchase from op shop; borrow from friend; make from recycled materials, etc.
- Costumes must be comfortable and practical to dance in.
- Sleeves, trousers and leggings, etc. can be long or short.
- Dresses and skirts can be worn with leggings, but must be practical to dance in (not too long).
Extras: Glitter wristbands &/or other additions to costume (as per class instructions), must not be longer than 20cm as this could put people at risk of tripping themselves or others.
Reminder: Attachments to costume/head must be secure.
Footwear: Suitable sneakers or shoes for dancing, unless instructed to ware bare feet
All black with animal print tails and ears with white painted faces and black panda eyes. Please make sure tails are quite short, as the performance requires close proximity!
123 Counting Stars
- Jill’s class: Mostly blue/some green (ocean/sky); optional glittery fabric additions (wrists, hair, neck, sleeves, etc.).
- Katie C & Sarah’s: Yellow/orange/gold (sand/stars); optional glittery fabric additions (wrists, hair, neck, sleeves, etc.).
- 456 Actors: Colourful beach or picnic-wear.
123 Tree Hugger
- Shona, Mark & Katie B’s: Choose green clothing OR sandy/yellow clothing (as in ‘the desert’) OR cowboy or cowgirl
- 456 Extra Dancers: Burgundy or brown, choose 1 or a combination of these.
- Mel & Andrew’s: Sporty OR casual OR dressed up to go out OR business, any colours (we have 5 clip-on mini ties that can be borrowed).
- 456 Actors:
- orange fluro vests, shoes and brooms.
- Narrator in ¾ length collared coat, shoes and perhaps a hat.
123 Hey Brother
- Jenny & Jennaya’s: A bit of a retro look:
- Options: jeans/trousers/shorts/dresses or skirts (with leggings); multi-coloured tops (stripes, spots, collar or print).
- Optional: Groups that dance together can choose a base colour to wear the same and then as individuals can have their own variation of pattern (as above).
- Optional: a few people wanted to dress as soldiers – this is fine.
NOTE: If they own or can borrow a strong bike light or head torch (this may be worn so that it shines out from their wrist). Can bring them in week 3 of term 3 and we’ll try them out. We’ll send out a reminder about the torches next term.
456 Battery Human
- Chiara, Steve & Julie’s: A contrast between ‘battery humans’ & ‘free range’:
- Julie: Fluorescent colours
- Steve: Black with sparkly silver additions
- Chiara: Black with sparkly gold additions
- Dani, Bec & Suzanne’s:
- Dominos: All white or a combination of white and black
- Pyramids: All yellow or a combination of yellow and black
- Cartwheels: All red or a combination of red and black
- Dress as an innovator of your choice, e.g. in the fields of science, art, music, sport, etc. Free choice of colour
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