Canteen for tomorrow Recess extra items are Choc Chip or Apple & Cinnamon Muffins $1.50 each or Cheesies $1 each. No Hamburgers this week.
If you are putting in a cash order, can you please put in a separate bag for recess and lunch orders to speed up the process for our volunteers.
As of Term 4 we would like to encourage all parents to use the Quickcliq online ordering system. By using Quickcliq, it reduces the handling time by our volunteers. Should you like some help with this, please contact either Narelle Simpson or Georgia Wallace.
BBELC School Holiday Program
18 Sep 2019
Please click on the link to view the School Holiday Program at our Early Learning Centre
The bus will depart the Middle School quadrangle at 1.00 pm on Sunday, September 22, driven by Mr Franklyn, Mr Beatty and Mr Frost.
Families are asked to have students at school NO LATER than 12.30 pm so that gear can be stowed.
Please remember that students need to have had lunch or bring some with them. We plan on stopping at the Settlers Roadhouse for a break. Students will be permitted to purchase a snack if they wish.
We estimate that buses will arrive back in Boyup Brook between 5.00 pm and 5.30pm on Friday, September 27. If you would like, call the school BEFORE 3.00 pm on Friday, to get an indication of whether we’re running to time.
The 8/9 Phys Rec class will attend a meeting at the Shire Chambers to discuss the future of Boyup Brook and Sports & Recreation facilities.
Community Mental Health & Wellness Festival
12 Sep 2019
Proposed Year 10 Excursion 2020
11 Sep 2019
In 2020 we are proposing to have a dedicated Year 10 Excursion early in Term 1. In the past our Year 10 students have been involved in excursions such as the Leeuwin, Overnight Camps and Work Experience.
Throughout 2019 we had had several discussions with Parents about the importance of having a unique experience for our Year 10 students that not only builds on their relationship as a whole group but provides them with learning experiences and opportunities that will benefit them as young adults.
In 2020 we are looking at providing an opportunity for our Year 10 students to go on Work Experience in Perth, and combining activities to embrace leadership, relationship building and working as a group.
In order to begin the initial planning stages, we are looking for Parent feedback and information on what industry your child would be looking at for their work placements.
We look forward to your feedback and any additional comments that will help with the preparation for 2020.