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Term 3 Week 4

From our Business Manager, Mr Bill Truscott

From our Business Manager, Mr Bill Truscott, Truscott William

I’m a glass half full kind of person and always expect for the best outcome in any situation. Usually, this is how I am without too much effort. This year I have had to be a lot more intentional about remaining this way. We have all had to face many challenges this year which we perhaps haven’t seen before and could never have predicted. I have been amazed at the resilience and hope that our community has been able to demonstrate during this time.

When thinking through the glass filling opportunities coming out of this year I can come up with many new blessings. I’ll share some of mine.

Inspired by a colleague who decided to learn a new instrument (the bagpipes – the ultimate of social distancing instruments) I decided to learn the guitar. I’ve wanted to learn my whole adult life but never made the time. It’s been a challenge but I’m learning. I’m not that brilliant, but can play a solid C, D and G chord! My cup is filling.

My aging parents live only 40 minutes drive away but in the normal business of life it’s often hard to make time to visit them. Enter FaceTime. The current context means we have been chatting often now with video and sharing far more than we did in earlier times. My cup is filling.

One of my cousins started a chat group for my cousins and their kids. I’ve got relatives I never knew about. Their life and stories now shared are enriching my world in ways I never knew. My cup is filling.

“They” say “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade”. Let’s see how we go filling our cups with the new joys we are finding in this season.   My cup overflows.  Psalms 23:5.

Prayer and Praise

Praise Points

~ The College mini-tours that are happening. We have had two recently. It’s so encouraging to hear how God is directing people to consider BCC. Our website is one of the ways people are not only finding out about the College but discerning what it is that sets our school apart – highly relational and pastoral, focused on helping to ensure our students are thriving across all areas. We are blessed to have a team that can convey the heart of our College in such real and engaging ways. 

Prayer Points

~ Our College Community, and our local and extended community during this unsettling ‘COVID’ time.

~ Year 12 as they prepare for their Trial HSC Exams next week!

~ New students as they continue to settle in – that they will form friendships and find a place to belong as part of our community. 

~ Students who face significant challenges and who need to know His tender love and deep encouragement as they come to school.

~ That God’s Holy Spirit will continue to soften the hearts of our students so that the ethos of our College will be translated from ideals to a lived-out reality in the relationships our students have with each other.

~ Our Principal, Executive Team and the Board as they lead our school forward – blessing, provision and Godly wisdom as they consider future decisions and direction for BCC.

 

Prayer Requests

In deeply challenging times such as these, we find our rest in the unchanging nature and faithfulness of our Heavenly Father.

As a Christian community we understand the significance and purpose of prayer. It is the heart-beat of our College. Together we boldly pray to our Father, through the work of His Son, in the power of the Spirit.

If you have a prayer request please complete the form here. We would love to pray for you specifically, and for your family, during this time of change.

‘We do not know what we ought to pray for, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groans that words cannot express’ Romans 8:26b

 

Praying Parents

Parents are invited to join our prayer group on Mondays at 8:15am and Fridays at 2:15pm, meeting at the flag pole after signing in at the College office. For more information please contact Ang Proctor mailit2us@gmail.com or phone 0409 288 000. Everyone is welcome to join in.

At the moment we are covering the Year 12 students in prayer as they prepare for the HSC and their final months at BCC. COVID-19 has added an extra layer of complexity to their year, but we know that our God is faithful and He has a plan for each of them. We are praying for their studies, but also that they grow in revelation of God’s faithfulness and understanding that when we are weak, He is strong.

If you would like to volunteer to commit to covering two Year 12 students in prayer from now until the end of HSC exams (mid Nov), please email wendy@wendyrobinson.com.au.

Here are some suggestions for what ‘covering the two Year 12 students in prayer’ looks like:
(a) When praying for your own children, include a prayer for these two young people.
(b) Every time you drive into the school grounds, ask for God’s blessing and favour on them (can be prayed in your mind, doesn’t have to be prayed aloud).
(c) Every time you wash your hands, ask for God to give them a sound mind, the mind of Christ, and strength to do each day well.
(d) Ask God to give you a specific scripture to pray for them.
(e) Ask God what He wants you to pray for them.

Covid-19 Update

Important COVID update from 18 August 2020

Dear Parents and Caregivers

The AISNSW has provided the latest updates from the NSW Department of Education to support efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Below are the ways in which these updates will affect BCC.

The following principles underpin these guidelines:
· Schools continue to be safe and operations are in line with AHPPC and NSW Health guidelines.
· All students should be learning on-campus unless they are unwell or have a medical certificate to support their absence.
· Existing infection control protocols at schools, and new health and safety measures put in place will help maintain the health and safety of students and staff.
· All activities permitted at school are safe and appropriate in living within the COVID-19 environment.
· Schools continue to monitor and plan for any changes in local circumstances that may arise, including changes in health advice or local restrictions.

New COVID-19 testing requirements
In particular, I’d like to draw your attention to the fact that our staff are vigilant in recognising when our students are exhibiting flu like symptoms during teaching and learning activities and where identified, students are sent to the sick bay where they can be isolated. The ladies in the College Office will arrange for a parent or caregiver to collect the student and take them home.

If a student has been absent due to flu like illness, or develops flu like symptoms while at school, they are not to return to school until they have a negative COVID-19 test and are symptom free. The negative COVID-19 test result, must be sighted and received by the College before their return to school.

Our teaching and support staff follow the same guidelines with regards to their own health.

I would appreciate your continued cooperation to keep our College students and families safe and to play our part in diligently doing our part to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Sharon Sopher
Principal

School Photo Day

School Photo Day

School photographs will be taken on Tuesday, 16th November 2021 for ALL students. Due to COVID-19 restrictions we are only able to take individual and sibling photos.

ALL students are asked to wear their full FORMAL SUMMER uniform to school on the day. Students in Years 9 and 10 only will need to bring their sport uniform to get changed into after their photo. Any Primary students that normally do PE on this day will do a lower intensity lesson in their summer uniform.

Please note a reminder of our Formal Summer uniform requirements:
~ Kindergarten – Year 12 boys are requested to wear short sleeved shirts.
~ Year 7 – 12 girls are requested to wear white striped socks, not stockings.
~ Year 11 and 12 must wear their blazers.
~ Hair needs to be off the face, tied back or up.
~ Plain surgical studs or sleepers and one watch only.

Orders can be placed securely online at www.advancedlife.com.au using our school’s unique 9 digit advanced order code: P5L NEY LXP. Photo orders are due on photo day. Should you wish to purchase a sibling photograph online, the order must be placed no later than 12th November. Sibling photographs will only be taken if an order has been placed.

It is our preference that ordering be completed online to reduce administration and potential security issues related to the return of cash and envelopes. If ordering online is not possible, order envelopes and cash can be returned to the photographer on photo day. An envelope has been distributed to students, spare envelopes are available from the College Office.

Please note that due to COVID-19 restrictions class group photos are not able to be taken. Photo packages that include a class photo will instead display individual photos of each student in the class on one page of the photo book.

Should you have any queries concerning school photographs or online ordering, please email to enquiries@advancedlife.com.au.

ORDER NOW, go to: www.advancedlife.com.au and enter the code: P5L NEY LXP

School Photo Day

School Photo Day

School photographs are scheduled to be taken on Tuesday, 25th August 2020 for Secondary Students and Beginners and on Thursday, 27th August 2020 for Primary Students and Beginners.

Please be aware that all students (except S3T and Year 10) must come to school in their full Winter Formal uniform for the photos. S3T and Year 10 must come to school in their Sport uniform and change to their Formal Winter uniform before their photo session. S3D and Year 9 have subjects that will require them to also have their sport uniform to change into after their photo session.

K – 6 boys are requested to wear long sleeved shirts. K – 6 girls are requested to wear white with stripes socks, not stockings. Secondary School girls (Yrs 7-12) must wear navy opaque stockings, and Yr 11 and 12 must wear their shirts and blazers. Please ensure K – 12 boys wear ties and K – 6 girls wear their bows. Hair needs to be off the face, tied back or up. Plain surgical studs or sleepers only.

An envelope and flyer has been distributed to students. It is our preference that ordering be completed online to reduce administration and potential security issues related to the return of cash and envelopes. If ordering online is not possible, order envelopes distributed and cash can be returned to the photographer on photo day.

Orders can be placed securely online at www.advancedlife.com.au using our school’s unique 9 digit advanced order code: P5L NEY LXP. Portrait and group package orders are due on photo day. Should you wish to purchase a sibling photograph online, the order must be placed no later than 24th August. Sibling photographs will only be taken if an order has been placed.

Should you have any queries concerning school photographs or online ordering, please email to enquiries@advancedlife.com.au.

ORDER NOW go to www.advancedlife.com.au and enter the code: P5L NEY LXP

Year 8 into 9 Virtual Information Night

Save the date – Year 8 into 9 Virtual Information Night

In 2020, the Year 8 into 9 Information evening, where Year 8 students choose their Stage 5 2021 elective subjects will be held virtually on Tuesday, 1st September (Week 6) from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. Families will have the opportunity to Zoom teachers and ask more questions about the various subjects on offer in 2021.

In addition, a support website will be shared prior to the Information evening to help students and parents make their 2021 subject choices. On the Thursday before, students will enjoy a subject expo where teachers will discuss the subjects in a face-to-face setting. We encourage you to save the date.

Save the date – Beginners & Kindergarten 2021 Orientation Days

BCC Beginners 2021 Orientation Schedule

The dates for our BCC Beginners Orientation 2021 schedule are as follows:

Wednesday, 14th October – 5:00pm to 6:00pm – Information Evening (Virtual + Zoom)
Tuesday, 17th November – 9:30am to 11:00am – Orientation Morning #1 (Kiss n drop)
Friday, 20th November – 9:30am to 11:00am – Orientation Morning #2 (Kiss n drop) 

Further information and support material will be shared throughout Term 3 in the lead-up to these events.

Kindergarten 2021 Orientation Schedule

The dates for our Kindergarten Orientation 2021 schedule are as follows:

Wednesday, 14th October – 6:00pm to 7:00pm – Information Evening (Virtual + Zoom)
Thursday, 22nd October – 9:00am to 10:30am – Orientation Morning #1 (Kiss n drop)
Monday, 2nd November – 9:00am to 10:30am – Orientation Morning #2 (Kiss n drop) 
Tuesday, 17th November – 9:00am to 10:30am – Orientation Morning #2 (Kiss n drop)   

Further information and support material will be shared throughout Term 3 in the lead-up to these events.

School Photo Day

School Photo Day

School photographs have again been re-scheduled and pending Covid-19 restrictions will now be taken on Tuesday, 5th October 2021 for Primary, Secondary and Beginners #1 Students and on Thursday, 7th October 2021 for Beginners #2 Students. We will be taking Sibling photos on Tuesday, 5th October and any families with a Beginners #2 child on Thursday, 7th October.

Please note a reminder of our Summer Formal Uniform requirements for the day:
~ Kindergarten – Year 6 boys are requested to wear short sleeved shirts.
~ Year 7 – 12 girls are requested to wear white striped socks, not stockings.
~ Year 11 and 12 must wear their shirts and blazers.
~ Hair needs to be off the face, tied back or up.
~ Plain surgical studs or sleepers and one watch only.

An envelope has been distributed to students. It is our preference that ordering be completed online to reduce administration and potential security issues related to the return of cash and envelopes. If ordering online is not possible, order envelopes and cash can be returned to the photographer on photo day.

Orders can be placed securely online at www.advancedlife.com.au using our school’s unique 9 digit advanced order code: P5L NEY LXP. Portrait and group package orders are due on photo day. Should you wish to purchase a sibling photograph online, the order must be placed no later than 1st October. Sibling photographs will only be taken if an order has been placed.

Should you have any queries concerning school photographs or online ordering, please email to enquiries@advancedlife.com.au.

ORDER NOW, go to: www.advancedlife.com.au and enter the code: P5L NEY LXP

School Photo Day

School Photo Day

School photographs have again been re-scheduled and pending Covid-19 restrictions will now be taken on Tuesday, 2nd November 2021 for Beginners, Kindergarten, Years 1, 2, 6, 11 and 12 students and on Tuesday, 16th November 2021 for Years 3, 4, 5, 7 8, 9 and 10 students. We will advise closer to the time which of these days we will be taking Sibling photos.

Please note a reminder of our Summer Formal Uniform requirements for the day:
~ Kindergarten – Year 6 boys are requested to wear short sleeved shirts.
~ Year 7 – 12 girls are requested to wear white striped socks, not stockings.
~ Year 11 and 12 must wear their shirts and blazers.
~ Hair needs to be off the face, tied back or up.
~ Plain surgical studs or sleepers and one watch only.

An envelope has been distributed to students. It is our preference that ordering be completed online to reduce administration and potential security issues related to the return of cash and envelopes. If ordering online is not possible, order envelopes and cash can be returned to the photographer on photo day.

Orders can be placed securely online at www.advancedlife.com.au using our school’s unique 9 digit advanced order code: P5L NEY LXP. Portrait and group package orders are due on photo day. Should you wish to purchase a sibling photograph online, the order must be placed no later than 29th October. Sibling photographs will only be taken if an order has been placed.

Should you have any queries concerning school photographs or online ordering, please email to enquiries@advancedlife.com.au.

ORDER NOW, go to: www.advancedlife.com.au and enter the code: P5L NEY LXP

School Photo Day

School Photo Day

School photographs have again been re-scheduled and pending COVID-19 restrictions will now be taken on Tuesday, 16th November 2021 for ALL students.

Please note a reminder of our Summer Formal Uniform requirements for the day:
~ Kindergarten – Year 6 boys are requested to wear short sleeved shirts.
~ Year 7 – 12 girls are requested to wear white striped socks, not stockings.
~ Year 11 and 12 must wear their shirts and blazers.
~ Hair needs to be off the face, tied back or up.
~ Plain surgical studs or sleepers and one watch only.

An envelope has been distributed to students. It is our preference that ordering be completed online to reduce administration and potential security issues related to the return of cash and envelopes. If ordering online is not possible, order envelopes and cash can be returned to the photographer on photo day.

Orders can be placed securely online at www.advancedlife.com.au using our school’s unique 9 digit advanced order code: P5L NEY LXP. Portrait and group package orders are due on photo day. Should you wish to purchase a sibling photograph online, the order must be placed no later than 12th November. Sibling photographs will only be taken if an order has been placed.

Should you have any queries concerning school photographs or online ordering, please email to enquiries@advancedlife.com.au.

ORDER NOW, go to: www.advancedlife.com.au and enter the code: P5L NEY LXP

Prefect Devotions

Prefect Devotions

It has been remarkable how our community has come together during remote learning. One of the most encouraging aspects of this time has been how our Year 12 and Year 11 student leaders have led the College in a devotional series on the Fruit of the Spirit. Each Prefect chose a specific fruit and spoke on how we could be developing it in our lives, providing practical and simple applications, while also not losing sight of our dependence on God for personal and spiritual growth.   

What’s more impressive, is that they prepared these devotions during their Year 12 Trial Examinations and  their Year 11 Yearly Examinations. Staff and students all appreciated their desire to serve our College and help us to not lose sight of what is most important. While our Year 12 and Year 11 students have demonstrated their usual grit and resilience, they have also displayed something even more important: loving service. It is easy to be proud of our student leaders and their proactive kindness to our Community. 

We’d love you to take the time to sit down with your morning cuppa over the next few days and enjoy these
devotions yourself: https://bcc.nsw.edu.au/devotions-from-our-prefects/ 

Well done, Prefects. 

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HSC Student Care Packages

HSC Student Care Packages

Our Year 12 students had their HSC Trial exams this week. Like many schools in our area, this is the first time we’ve had to run online exams. We’re so proud of the way our students have responded to this change. To support these fantastic young men and women, the amazing Mrs Fraser and Mr Miller, organised care packages that were (safely) delivered to front doors by staff. We’re praying for you Year 12, that you’ll draw on God’s peace, love and kindness in these turbulent times.

School Photo Day

School Photo Day

School photographs have been re-scheduled and will be taken on Monday, 30th August 2021 for Primary, Secondary and Beginners #1 Students and on Thursday, 7th October 2021 for Beginners #2 Students. We will be taking Sibling photos on Monday, 30th August and any families with a Beginners #2 child on Thursday, 7th October.

Please note a reminder of our Winter Formal Uniform requirements for the day:
~ Kindergarten – Year 6 boys are requested to wear long sleeved shirts.
~ Kindergarten – Year 12 girls are requested to wear navy opaque stockings, not socks.
~ Year 11 and 12 must wear their shirts and blazers.
~ Kindergarten – Year 12 boys wear ties.
~ Kindergarten – Year 6 girls wear bows.
~ Hair needs to be off the face, tied back or up.
~ Plain surgical studs or sleepers and one watch only.

An envelope has been distributed to students. It is our preference that ordering be completed online to reduce administration and potential security issues related to the return of cash and envelopes. If ordering online is not possible, order envelopes and cash can be returned to the photographer on photo day.

Orders can be placed securely online at www.advancedlife.com.au using our school’s unique 9 digit advanced order code: P5L NEY LXP. Portrait and group package orders are due on photo day. Should you wish to purchase a sibling photograph online, the order must be placed no later than 26th August. Sibling photographs will only be taken if an order has been placed.

Should you have any queries concerning school photographs or online ordering, please email to enquiries@advancedlife.com.au.

ORDER NOW, go to: www.advancedlife.com.au and enter the code: P5L NEY LXP

Tut Roadshow

Tut Roadshow

Last week we welcomed back the ‘Tut Roadshow’. As part of HSIE Year 7 students were treated to an Ancient History masterclass, where they explored a replica of the walls from the tomb of King Tut, learned about writing in Ancient Egyptian times, and handled objects that were thousands of years old. Thanks to Mrs Robins for organising this great day of learning!

Staffing Update

Staffing Update

Each year, we find ourselves in the position of not only welcoming incoming staff but also having to farewell staff. It is with sadness that we farewell Mrs Rappeneker after 31.5 years of faithful service at the College. She commenced as a Primary Teacher, after which she was the Head of Middle School and now, she is the much loved Head of Student Services and Wellbeing. Mrs Rapp as she is affectionately known, has gone above and beyond without question or complaint in service of hundreds of children for the sake of their learning. I would like to publicly thank Mrs Rappeneker for her significant contribution to Kingdom Education and pray that God will continue to bless the work of her hands.

Mrs Bethany Clothier joined the Student Services department 2.5 years ago and has now completed training as a Mathematics teacher. Bethany is pursuing work in her chosen field and we find ourselves saying goodbye to Bethany at the end of the term. I suspect we will continue to see her at the College as a casual teacher in the interim. We thank Bethany for her contribution in assisting students with their learning and wish Bethany well in her career change.

We also farewell Mrs Farnworth, our fabulous Kindy Aide at the end of the term. Mrs Farnworth has been a welcome addition to our team and the kids have absolutely loved her bubbly nature and enthusiasm. We wish her God’s best as she moves back to New Zealand.

All positions will hopefully be filled by the start of the new term.

Ms Sharon Sopher
Principal

School Photo Day

School Photo Day

School photographs are scheduled to be taken on Tuesday, 27th July 2021 for Primary, Secondary and Beginners #1 Students and on Thursday, 5th August 2021 for Beginners #2 Students.

K – 6 boys are requested to wear long sleeved shirts. K – 12 girls are requested to wear navy opaque stockings, not socks. Yr 11 and 12 must wear their shirts and blazers. Please ensure K – 12 boys wear ties and K – 6 girls wear their bows. Hair needs to be off the face, tied back or up. Plain surgical studs or sleepers and one watch only.

An envelope has been distributed to students. It is our preference that ordering be completed online to reduce administration and potential security issues related to the return of cash and envelopes. If ordering online is not possible, order envelopes and cash can be returned to the photographer on photo day.

Orders can be placed securely online at www.advancedlife.com.au using our school’s unique 9 digit advanced order code: P5L NEY LXP. Portrait and group package orders are due on photo day. Should you wish to purchase a sibling photograph online, the order must be placed no later than 26th July. Sibling photographs will only be taken if an order has been placed.

Should you have any queries concerning school photographs or online ordering, please email to enquiries@advancedlife.com.au.

ORDER NOW, go to: www.advancedlife.com.au and enter the code: P5L NEY LXP

Shark Tank

Shark Tank

In the last week of Term 3, Year 11 Business Studies students participated in our annual Shark Tank Young Entrepreneurs competition.  The students were tasked with pitching a new business idea to a group of local business ‘sharks’ along with a detailed business plan.  They also had the opportunity to exhibit their business idea to Secondary students in the College Library. A huge congratulations to Lachlan Hales for winning the Shark Tank pitch and Alleluya Hamisi for winning the People’s Choice Award. We are so proud of all of these students for their hard work and dedication, their ability to remain focused despite setbacks, plus their passion for business.

Mr Ross Urane
Year 11 Business Studies Teacher

School Photo Day

School Photo Day

School photographs have again been re-scheduled and pending COVID-19 restrictions will now be taken on Tuesday, 16th November 2021 for ALL students.

Please note a reminder of our Summer Formal Uniform requirements for the day:
~ Kindergarten – Year 6 boys are requested to wear short sleeved shirts.
~ Year 7 – 12 girls are requested to wear white striped socks, not stockings.
~ Year 11 and 12 must wear their shirts and blazers.
~ Hair needs to be off the face, tied back or up.
~ Plain surgical studs or sleepers and one watch only.

An envelope has been distributed to students. It is our preference that ordering be completed online to reduce administration and potential security issues related to the return of cash and envelopes. If ordering online is not possible, order envelopes and cash can be returned to the photographer on photo day.

Orders can be placed securely online at www.advancedlife.com.au using our school’s unique 9 digit advanced order code: P5L NEY LXP. Portrait and group package orders are due on photo day. Should you wish to purchase a sibling photograph online, the order must be placed no later than 12th November. Sibling photographs will only be taken if an order has been placed.

Should you have any queries concerning school photographs or online ordering, please email to enquiries@advancedlife.com.au.

ORDER NOW, go to: www.advancedlife.com.au and enter the code: P5L NEY LXP

2020 Presentation Night

2020 Presentation Night Update

Dear Parents & Caregivers,

As per previous correspondence, together with the College Executive team, I have made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Presentation Night, which would normally be held in the final week of Term 4. 

Based on expert advice from both the State and Federal government, combined with Christian Schools Australia (CSA), we have prayerfully made this decision.

The current advice regarding large gatherings cannot be ignored, and as a Christian College, our desire is to always submit and adhere to the authorities that govern our land.

With this in mind, the decision to press the ‘pause button’ in 2020 provides us with an excellent opportunity to consider the current format of the BCC Presentation Night.

To that end, I ask that you take a couple of minutes to complete the following online survey regarding Presentation Night. This survey will be available throughout the month of August. 

Your response to this short survey will help develop the main focus areas for a team of staff, parent and student representatives to consider the way in which we celebrate achievement and results from 2021 onwards.

Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding in this turbulent season, as we continue to be a community that trains and nurtures young people to ‘grow up into Christ’.

Ms Sharon Sopher
Principal

Secondary School News

Pythagoras Project –getting the right angle in your chosen field!

For every teacher of Mathematics there is one question that looms menacingly over every topic ––“Sir, has this got anything to do with, you know, ……. the real world?”

The class understood Pythagoras’ Theorem (Of far more use than his less popular ‘Serum’ which many found hard to swallow):

“In any Right Angled Triangle
The Square of the Hypotenuse is Equal to
The Sum of the Squares of the other 2 Sides”

They were able to apply it to find unknown sides or angles but, more importantly, understand that the reverse was also true – provided the 3 sides obeyed the Theorem then the angle opposite the longest side must be 90 degrees i.e. a right angle!

Armed with only a 22.8m tug of war rope, measuring tape, calculator and electrical tape we embarked on the first stage of our project –to check whether the alleged right angles painted on the basketball court were in fact 90 degrees.

But there was a problem! The class had identified that a basic 3 4 5 Pythagorean Triad required the rope be first divided into 12 equal parts. They then proceeded to mark off intervals of 3, 4 & 5 parts but…………….there was some rope left over!

After much re-measuring, recalculating and head scratching the class made the impossible decision to recheck the length of the entire rope in the unlikely event that Mr Hannam’s initial measurement was out. It was true, apparently overnight, the rope had swelled in the heat from 22.8 to 23.1m. The old electrical tape markings were removed, the calculator hummed, and a new set of 3 4 5 dimensions was barked across the basketball court. The tension in the air was palpable as the triangle was pulled out into a triad confirming that the court painters were dead accurate.

Satisfied that we now had an ancient but accurate measuring device, the class took to the oval to stake out a perfectly rectangular field like farmers of old. Thus proving that Mathematics always has a practical application in the ‘real world’, and that ancient property line disputes might have once been resolved in a rigorous tug-of-war!

Community Noticeboard

Homework Club

Stage 4 Homework Club

Thursday Afternoon’s | 2:50pm to 4:00pm | BCC Learning Hub

BCC Learning Hub is now offering an after school homework club for Stage 4 Students.

PROGRAM TEMPORARILY ON HOLD.

BCC Library Remote Borrowing

BCC Library Remote Borrowing

Pick-&-Collect service for families to borrow books from our BCC Library collection

We will pack your selection and notify you via email when your books are ready to be collected from the College office.

Fundraising with Entertainment Book

Fundraising with Entertainment Book

From $69.99 – with $14 towards our fundraising!

Your pass to exclusive offers and quality experiences, activities and benefits. Now 100% digital with single and multiple cities available.

Before and After School OSHC

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Before and After School OSHC

Available 7.00am – 8.40am & 2.50pm – 6.00pm @ the College

To register and manage your before and after school care bookings click below. Available for BCC Beginners to Year 6.

FACTS tuition Management System

FACTS tuition Management System, Capture

SENTRAL PAY

Tuition Management System

Giving you more payment options and greater flexibility to break up your payments over the course of the year. Making your tuition payments more manageable. To sign up, check your nominated email address now.

Common Grounds Community Garden

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Common Grounds Community Garden

1.10pm | 65 John Fisher Rd, Belmont North

Mondays during College Term.

Join parents and students as they tend to our Community Garden which provides food for our College and the community. All welcome!

Belmont Christian College Community Playgroup is a group for parents and caregivers of children 0-6 years in the local community.