Term 1 of 2020 has been unprecedented which has created many unique challenges for our students, staff and families. It is important that we reflect on Term 1 to remember the diverse positive learning opportunities that our students’ engaged in.
It was all hands on deck a few weeks ago when we had our Year 11 VCAL students undertake a formal Barista training qualification thanks to the lovely facilitators, Debbie and Cameron from The Coffee School Bus.
A new generation is ready to take the baton and lead us into the future. School Captains were asked from across the length and breadth of Melbourne to share their dreams and aspirations. Read what our Buckley Park Captains had to say.
To the Principal and Staff at Buckley Park College,Dear Harold and staff,The parents and supporters of the Friends of Buckley Park College would like to thank you for all your hard work during the last few weeks of uncertainty caused by COVID-19.
It is with great sadness that I inform you of the passing of our former staff member Vicki Sachinidis. Vicki was an Art teacher at our school for than more than 25 years . She also held many roles of responsibilities across the college, the last of which was Year 11 Coordinator for many years.
On Tuesday the 10th of March, Anna Curran, Rebecca Austin, Yarra Nicholls and I (Lucy Nelson) were fortunate enough to represent Buckley Park College at the Moonee Valley Mayoral Breakfast to celebrate International Women's Day.
The friendly dental team from Australian Dental Health Victoria, are here at Buckley Park College providing our students with a free, high quality annual dental health examination and free follow up treatment as needed.
On Thursday 5th of March, Intermediate Boys’ volleyball players took part in the Interschool volleyball competition.Our team firstly competed against Essendon Keilor College, Niddrie (2-1) and Mount Alexander College (2-0) in Pool A, they won all their games and got through to the final. Fantastic!
Australia has selected Hannah Cross our 2014 School Captain, who is one of eight-strong in the Artistic Swimming Squad competing in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. For Hannah this is her second Olympic Games having competed in the same event in Rio in 2016.
Career decisions are some of the most important ones of your life, so getting help in making those decisions is vital. Careersbpc is one source of information available to you. Careersbpc will provide you with information about how to choose a career, information sessions on courses and careers.