If you could choose to learn a new subject, which subject would it be and why?
Woodwork, because I would learn how to build things made of wood such as jewellery boxes or frames. Esraa
Footy, I would like to learn everything about footy so I can be really good at it and become a professional player. Tanu
Arabic, because I would like to learn the Arabic alphabet so I can fully write as I already know how to speak and read. Ahmed Y.
I am really looking forward to Graduation because we get to show our parents what we have been learning and it’s the end of our primary school journey. I am also looking forward to being selected for leadership roles. By Eden
I am really looking forward to Graduation and getting my grade 6 jumpers because it’s a nice memory to have and you get to remember all your classmates. I am also looking forward to camp. By Eren
I am really looking forward to going on an excursion to Fun Field with my classmates and it will be good as it is my last excursion with my friends. I am also looking forward to being part of camp this year. By Larry
I am really looking forward to Graduation and Fun Fields because we will get to dance. Wearing our grade 6 jumpers is also something that I am really looking forward to. By Ula
I am excited for the Gaga Pit so we can enjoy our time. I am really looking forward to Graduation because when I look back on my memories I will see where my friends and I started. By Emre A.
I am really looking forward to being here at school every day, seeing no arguments amongst my classmates, and I’m really looking forward to seeing what Graduation will look like. By Caner
I am really looking forward to seeing my family at Graduation and seeing them proud of me trying my hardest. I really can’t wait to have my grade 6 jumper because I will always remember them. By Yigit
I am really looking forward to going to Fun Field because I would like to see a different place that I haven’t seen before. Graduation is also another thing that I am really looking forward to, because I want my family to be proud of what I have achieved. By Midhat
Hi, my name is Mr Smith. I started working here at Broadmeadows Primary School in 2011. In 2017, I worked as a teacher in London; which was challenging but highly rewarding. When not at school, I enjoy going out for dinner with my wife and playing sport on the weekend. I’m very happy to be a part of the community at Broadmeadows Primary School and I’m looking forward to a great year.
My name is Miss Crack and I began teaching at Broadmeadows Primary School in 2015. This is my fifth year being a proud member of the Grade 5/6 community. When I’m not at work, I enjoy spending time with my friends, training my dog (Camber) and going to the gym. I am very happy to be a part of the Broadmeadows Primary School community.
Hi my name is Miss Jolliffe. I graduated from Curtin University in April 2017. I commenced my first full time teaching position in July 2017 after relocating from Merimbula (NSW) to Melbourne. This is my second year teaching at Broadmeadows Primary school within the 5/6 space. Outside of school I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, going to the gym, shopping and going on holidays – when I get the chance. I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at Broadmeadows Primary School so far and look forward to another year of fun and learning.
Hi there, my name is Mr. Brettargh. I graduated from RMIT University in 2011 and have been teaching at Broadmeadows Primary School ever since. I am currently studying to gain my Masters of Education and I will be completing this, this year! I am excited for a fantastic year in the 5/6 area and look forward to all students at Broadmeadows Primary School reaching their full potential. I am a big Melbourne Victory supporter and have been a member for 6 years. On weekends, I go to their games and hopefully we will win ourselves another Hyundai A-League Championship!