Welcome to 2019 On behalf of all staff at BPC we welcome you to the 2019 school year. 7 new staff have joined the college in 2019 to ensure our students receive the best attention possible. This includes more staff in our well-being and PSD areas.
On Tuesday 26th March I had the privilege of taking Isaac Francis and Helena Paptas of Year 7, Max Landgren and Micaela Guarnaccia of Year 8 and Hannah Potter of Year 11 to the Department of Education training day on Respectful Relationships at the Melbourne Convention Centre on Southbank.
Throughout Term 1 the students in the middle years have demonstrated outstanding achievement and performance in all areas of school life. This was acknowledged and celebrated in our year level assemblies.
The Drama department and all students are so excited to perform everyone’s favourite story- Alice In Wonderland!
Meet the Melbourne school captains preparing to shape our world. Their hopes, their dreams, their aspirations for the future.
Nanto Fukumitsu High School visited Buckley Park College from the 4th until the 12th of March, marking the 10th year of our sister school relationship.
On March the 5th, Year 10 Forensic science student's went to the Gene Technology Access Centre (GTAC) to access life science expertise through engagement with practicing scientists, contemporary knowledge and technology.
In 2019 we have an expanded wellbeing team at Buckley Park College to support students in exercising self-care and to provide programs for the promotion of wellness.
2019 elections for School Council are complete and I am pleased to announce the following members of our Council for 2019:
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.
Can I again stress the importance of correct driving and parking in the vicinity of the school when dropping off and picking up students? The following is of particular concern to the school:
Every Victorian child should have access to the world of learning opportunities that exist beyond the classroom. The Camps, Sports and Excursions Fund (CSEF) is provided by the Victorian Government to ensure that no student will miss out on the opportunity