Belmont CityCollege

Second-hand Uniform and Textbook Trading

The college is conscious of the need to provide an efficient process for families to be able to buy and sell their second-hand textbooks, uniforms and other student resources.

I am delighted to inform you of the school’s new initiative to provide parents with the ability to trade these second-hand items via the Sustainable School Shop website. www.sustainableschoolshop.com.au

Results from other schools have been excellent – families have enjoyed a very comprehensive and convenient method of buying and selling second-hand items.

The new service is very accessible, it preferences our school first and then provides access to buy and sell items with families attending other schools. Many schools use this service. Access to second-hand textbooks, uniforms, calculators, stationery, musical equipment, etc is available all year.

For the best results:
• Register on the Sustainable School Shop website and nominate the school
• A subscription to the service will be provided to you
• List your items for sale
• List wanted ads for those items you are looking to buy
• The school’s uniform and book lists are loaded into the system to make listing ads easy
• The system matches the ads of buyers with sellers and notifies the buyer via email
• Buyers contact sellers and arrange where and when to trade
• Most trading will occur with other parents from our school
• Parents are well supported via Sustainable School Shop’s telephone (0438 743 444) and email help lines
• The system is simple and easy to use – If you don’t have a computer, internet access or an email address, please call the Sustainable School Shop for assistance
• You can pre-arrange the transaction and then trade after the texts are not required.

The college is providing this service so there is no cost for families. Each family that registers on the Sustainable School Shop will be provided a subscription.

Please remember to nominate Belmont City College during the registration process.

We are very excited about this new initiative and we hope you will make the most of this opportunity and gain the benefit from recycling your children’s school items, while at the same time helping another family within our school community.

BCC Team Connect/Ascot Angels Cricket

Team Connect/Ascot Angels Orange were granted the privelage of meeting some of the Australian Women’s Cricket Team players this morning at the WACA.

The girls have another three matches ahead of them and this morning was a great opportunity for them to reflect and celebrate their efforts this season.

BCC HOUSE SWIMMING CARNIVAL

Thursday 28th February
930am-230pm
Belmont Oasis

The Belmont City College house swimming carnival is fast approaching. Get excited and enjoy the day while representing your house!!

Forms are due in this Friday (22nd Feb). If you have lost your form you can get a new one from your sports teacher!!

Let’s start the 2019 school sports calendar off with a bang!!

Back to School

BCC Community Partnership ‘Thank You’ Morning Tea

Belmont City College played host to our community volunteers at the held in our Hospitality Trade Training on Thursday 25th October. The event was catered for and served by students enrolled in the College’s Vocational Education and Training (VET) Hospitality program.

Approximately 90 guests enjoyed an art display and were entertained by a talented Year 10 instrumental music ensemble. Special guest – Year 12 Leaver, Kaelan Corpus, winner of the 2018 BHP Trainee of the Year and Belmont City College VET Dux for 2018, delivered a poignant speech regarding his work experience journey, highlighting the importance of how community support in school programs such as Mock Interviews and Workplace Learning, aided his success.

The guest list included Workplace Learning host employers, various Registered Training Organisation representatives, local primary schools, College Board members, City of Belmont representatives, Rotary Club members, volunteer tutors and coordinators of numerous other College program initiatives.




Belmont City College Girls Cricket

The College’s U13 Ascot Angels Orange Cricket team played their third game on Saturday against Serpentine Jarrahdale at Kalimna Oval in Byford. The effort and enthusiam from the girls was exceptional, and the progress they are making is outstanding.

Belmont Combined Schools Junior Band

Congratulations to our Belmont Combined Schools Junior Band. They performed for eight primary schools in just two days delighting the crowds along the way. Thanks to Mr Perrozzi for his outstanding commitment and dedication to our young musicians. For more photo’s please see our Facebook Page.

⭐️THE ANNUAL ARTS GALA⭐️

Congratulations to our 139 musicians, dancers and actors that performed across three huge shows yesterday! Watch this space for more photos from our Gala event, as well as Arts Week celebrations from Dance, Drama, Graphics, Media Arts, Music, Photography and Visual Art.

Follow the Dream

Confident, articulate and inspiring were the words used by Shadow Minister for Education & Training Donna Faragher MLC and Shadow Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Kyran O’Donnell MLA after meeting senior Follow the Dream students today. The girls engaged the Shadow Ministers in conversations about their FTD journey and their future aspirations post year 12. Super job girls!

Most Outstanding Multicultural Program Winner

Congratulations to our Interschool Sport Co-ordinator, Mr Fosbery, for winning the Most Outstanding Multicultural Program, last Thursday at the 2018 AFL School Ambassador Awards.
Mr Fosbery has worked tirelessly in developing AFL programs at the College, liaising closely with the Perth District Community Development Officer, and both Redcliffe and Belmont Junior Football Clubs. A great reflection on his hard work in growing sport at the College. Well Done!

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