Wishing everyone a safe and enjoyable break. Students will return to school on Tuesday 10th October.
On Friday the BCC Girls AFL side participated in the Freo Dockers Cup.
The girls had been training hard and their effort and commitment paid off!! The girls won 3 out of 4 games in the round robin rounds only going down by a point in their 1 loss!!
They made it into the semi finals and came back up against St Bridget’s who they lost to in the earlier rounds. Coming off the lunchtime break we started off hard and hit the lead early eventually winning by 2 goals.
The final was hard fought and a tough game! The girls showed great sportsmanship, commitment and courage! Unfortunately we lost the final by 10 points.
Congratulations to the girls on an awesome effort on what was a hot spring day! Thanks again to the parent supporters who came down on the day.
Last Wednesday during lunch, students had the opportunity to interact in a life drawing session held inside the schools art exhibition and library.
Our volunteer life models were actually four of our BBC staff members dressed in disguises. It was an enjoyable experience had by all who attended.
This was just yet another amazing opportunity the students could participate in during Arts Week.
On Thursday we had the Annual Arts Gala for all students. It was an incredible show including the Senior Fusion Band, the BCC Dance Crew and a special guest performer.
Congratulations to all of the students who performed. You did an amazing job!
BCC Inclusive Education students have done an amazing job creating a food forest from scratch. Thank you to the Southern Gazette for publishing a great article for our community to read.
A fantastic effort by all students and staff who have contributed to this project!
Today our Year 11 Integrated Science students participated in a Nearer to Nature Water Quality Monitoring excursion. Thankyou to the Parks and Wildlife, Western Australia for guiding our students through all of the steps necessary to maintaining river health.
Students demonstrated sampling techniques, nutrient testing and macroinvertebrate identification. A great day to put our science class skills to the test in our local environment.
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Belmont City College has received $80,000 from the State Government to upgrade our gymnasium bathroom facilities. Thank you to Cassie Rowe MLA who presented the cheque at the College yesterday.
Last week the year 6 students from Belmay Primary School joined us for a day.
Thank you to the students and their teacher for a very enjoyable visit! Our staff and Student Councillors were very happy to meet you and answer some of your questions about high school. We hope you enjoyed your classes and experiencing the BCC environment.
A group of Year 12 students competed in the finals of The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Australian National Titration Competition at Murdoch University on Tuesday 29th August.
BCC had two teams in the Top 15 of Western Australia.
Our teams excelled in the finals, placing second and ninth of the finals teams, and first out of the public schools competing. Individual gold medals were won by 5 of the BCC competitors, as a result of their spectacular accuracy.
Well done and a fantastic achievement for our Chemistry students, and to Mr Hosany, Mr Hearn and Mr Bromley, who all committed a great deal of time and effort into preparing for the finals.
Last week, Follow the Dream students escaped the winter weather for sunny, warm, tropical North Queensland! 25 FTD students boarded a plane to Cairns as a reward camp for their excellent school attendance, commitment to after-school tutoring, and dedication to the FTD program. New experiences included exploring the world heritage listed tropical rainforest, swimming in the waterfalls of the Atherton Tablelands and Mossman Gorge, snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef, and learning from the Mamu, Tjapukai and Kuku Yalanji Indigenous peoples….and much, much more! Look out for more photos and stories in the next edition of “Koondarm”, our FTD newsletter.