Join adolescent and family psychologist Asher Morrison for a discussion on managing screen time and Internet use with your children.
It’s a pleasure to share with you a live recording of our Secondary Concert Band performing the song ‘In a Sentimental Mood’ by ‘Duke Ellington’. Our Secondary Concert Band has been showing steady development over the past few years, and despite the challenges of 2020, the band was still able to expand its skills and enjoy a diverse range of repertoire. We’re excited about what’s in store for our Secondary Concert Band, and we know that we’ll see them go from strength to strength this year. Enjoy the performance!
Our prayer for our students is that they are drawn into something bigger than themselves. Hear from our College Chaplain, Rev Mitch Forbes, as he shares our desire to explore Christianity in its entirety.
Welcome to our 2020 Belmont Christian College Year 6 Graduation Ceremony being held on Wednesday 2 December from 11:30am. It is great to have you join us here
Explore our virtual Spotlight 2020. In 2020, Year 10 students were given the topic “My Story”. They practiced a range of film making techniques and then applied a range of these to making a short 2-3min film. Each student concentrated on a topic of personal interest, film techniques, Genre and Misen scene. You can watch all of their films here.
Interview with Common Grace’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice Coordinator, Bianca Manning
Sarabi Sponza – a Torres Strait Islander woman and one of our Year 11 students – recently conducted an interview with Bianca Manning, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Justice Coordinator at Common Grace. Common Grace is a Christian organisation which aims to amplify the voices of Indigenous Australians, form friendships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians and seeks to proclaim God’s justice and love to our society.
It’s a privilege to hear Bianca’s insight and passion for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander justice.
Each year, NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. In 2020, BCC is recognising NAIDOC Week as we learn about our Indigenous heritage, celebrate the uniqueness of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, and encourage all staff and students to learn from and respect cultural diversity.
Explore our virtual HSC Showcase. HSC Showcase is a celebration of both design and the creative arts at BCC. Take a moment to enjoy the many God-given gifts, skills and talents of these amazing students.
Welcome to our 2020/21 Belmont Christian College Prefect Induction. It is great to have you join us.
Well done to one of our BCC Alumni, Miss Hannah-Kate Procter, for being selected for this years ARTEXPRESS with her sculpture ‘Detachment from her origin’. Recently the Newcastle Weekly caught up with Hannah-Kate to find out more. Read the article here.
Something to brighten your day from our BCC Beginners and Primary school staff and students!
Dear Parents and Caregivers,
Please note a slight change in term dates brought about by a sudden shift to remote learning at the end of Term 1. As students were learning from home that week, instead of being on site at the College or away on camps, we will bring students back two days earlier at the start of Term 3. Please note that the first day of Term 3 for students is now Thursday, 23rd July. This week will be known as week 0 and will be a week A. Week 1(B) will start as expected on Monday, 27th July and the last day for Term 3 is the expected Friday, 25th September.
Week 0 (A) – Thursday, 23rd July
Week 1 (B) – Monday, 27th July
Week 2 (A) – Monday, 3rd August etc
For a detailed schedule of 2020 term dates, please go to: https://bcc.nsw.edu.au/term-dates/
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Hear from our Creative Arts Coordinator, Mr Chris Stewart, as he takes us Mountain Biking, all whilst delving in to God’s word.
Hear more from our Head of Sport, Mr Mark Hall, as he takes us through BCC’s inaugural ‘virtual’ cross country, launching on a running track near you – Week 6, Term 2
Hear from our Business Manager, Mr Bill Truscott, on what extra health and hygiene measures the College has taken as students return to school. A big thanks to both you and your team Mr Truscott!
Dear Parents & Caregivers,
Be sure to check your nominated email inbox and the following link for important information regarding our Term 2 back to school plans.
Whilst this is from the US, there are some helpful hints & tips for Australian based parents in this following article from Parent Cue.
Join our College Chaplain Mitch Forbes, as he delivers his latest Connect talk on Philippians 1. Be encouraged. When life gives you COVID…make meringues!!
Need some more tips for getting the most out of Remote Learning? We’ve put together a simple presentation summarising Remote Learning and how to make it work for you. See our Student Survival Guide.
Hear from our Head of Primary, Mrs Leoni McNeill, as she addresses our BCC Primary parents and students for Term 2.
Welcome back! Hear from our Director of Teaching & Learning, Miss Melanie Melcum, as she addresses our BCC Secondary students in the lead-up to Term 2.
The following link from the Australian Federal Government eSafety Commissioner is a helpful support for parents as they navigate increased technology use by their children throughout this current season.
Hear from our Director of Teaching & Learning, Miss Melanie Melcum, as she addresses our BCC Secondary students in the lead-up to Easter and Term 2.
Hear from our Head of Primary, Mrs Leoni McNeill, as she reflects on the previous fortnight of Remote Learning and encourages BCC Primary School families in the lead-up to Easter and Term 2.
Join our College Chaplain Mitch Forbes, as he delivers his Connect talk on New Creation. Be encouraged! The story does not end in tears but in comfort, love and newness.
Listen to our Director of Student Services and Wellbeing Mrs Bronwyn Rappeneker, as she talks about how to find rest amidst a disruptive season.