Stage 4 have been whipping up some delicious meals on Fridays as part of Food Technology. Last Friday, the students made spaghetti boscaiola, fried rice, potato wedges and some dangerously good marinated pork, lamb and beef ribs 🤤 Well done! #foodtech #chefsinthemaking👌 ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to Jack who is the recipient of the Berne Raffle for Attendance and Punctuality. Each student is given a chance to enter the draw when they arrive to school on time each and every day. So, well done Jack and keep up the attendance streak! ... See MoreSee Less
White Ribbon Day was the main focus during yesterday's assembly. David (teacher) gave a wonderful presentation on the importance of this day and how we as community can raise awareness, seek help and act towards preventing men’s violence against women. #Respect #Safety #WhiteRibbonDay ... See MoreSee Less
P.E lessons for Stage 5 is all about hockey! 🏑 The students have been learning new skills, practicing drills and playing some intense games throughout this term. They are also learning about the value of teamwork, support and good sportsmanship. 🙌 #stayactive #hockey ... See MoreSee Less
Berne’s Breakfast Program is more than just nutrition. It provides the opportunity for us to engage and develop relationships with our students as well as the nourishment they need to get through the school day.
We hope to raise $10,000 to help us keep this program going.
To support us please share this post or go to: www.thejohnberneschool.org/get-involved/donate-now/ and make a donation. We appreciate all the support no matter how big or small! ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday was the start of NAIDOC Week 2020. We celebrate the contributions, cultures and history of the indigenous Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders. This years theme is 'Always was, Always will be' - To recognise that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years. #wecelebrate #NAIDOCWeek2020 ... See MoreSee Less
On Fridays, Stage 4 are cooking up some fresh and authentic Italian dishes as part of LOTE. Today, the students learnt how to prepare and make a minimalistic pasta with fresh tomatoes and basils which they can recreate at home! #foodies #delicious😋 ... See MoreSee Less
Update on the Mulch! All levels of staff and students are putting in the hard yards and spreading mulch throughout Berne. A great way to prevent weeds, improves soil structure and encourage earthworm and soil microbial activity. Awesome effort to all those involved! #loveofwork #teamwork ... See MoreSee Less
Today on All Souls Day, we are reminded as Catholics of the importance of interceding for each other, including those who have gone before us. After our liturgy, we plant a new rose in our garden to remember and pray for our loved ones who are no longer here with us. ... See MoreSee Less