BCC will be hosting Pink Stumps Day this year on 8th December. To celebrate our Year 7’s will be versing the Staff cricket team. Students can donate a gold coin to be apart of Pink Free Dress Day.
If you would like to contribute to this fantastic cause, click on the link below.

Pink Stumps Day 2017- Belmont City College- GoFundraise 


Last week we celebrated the successes of our bright and determined Follow the Dream students. A big thank you to the FTD tutors that are invested not only in the academic success of our students, but also the personal growth and well being of these wonderful Aboriginal students. Bring on 2018!🌟


This week, students from our Inclusive Education program welcomed a film crew from ABC’s Gardening Australia and host Josh Byrne. Josh talked to the students about their sustainability initiatives and small businesses Veggies R Us and Eggs R Us. The students then worked with Josh to build new compost bays that will improve soil health and lessen water waste at BCC. The segment will air in 2018 – watch this space!


A team of Year 12 girls from Belmont City College have excelled at the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) Titration Stakes National Final. The competition asks students to use their Chemistry knowledge and practical skills to determine the concentration of a chemical solution with the highest degree of accuracy.
Hala, Eman and Li, all in Year 12, placed fourth in the National Final of the competition, and were the top WA Public School to place.
Competing students from BCC and staff have worked extremely hard preparing for the competition this year, with Mr Hosany, Mr Hearn, Mr Bromley and the student teams regularly staying after school to prepare for the competition. Our laboratory technicians also worked tirelessly to ensure the equipment used was clean and completely free from contamination so that results were as accurate as possible.
Belmont City College thanks the Royal Australian Chemistry Institute (RACI) for the opportunity for our students to hone their practical chemistry skills and participate in this prestigious competition.


On Tuesday 60 students from BCC represented the college at the SSWA Year 7-10 Athletics Carnival. It was a terrific day, with all athletes representing the college with pride, enthusiasm and great sportsmanship!
At the end of the day we finished as champion school in the black division on 1220 points!
Congratulations to Olivia for being awarded Year 8 Champion Girl and Antoine for being awarded Year 9 Champion Boy!
Congratulations to the whole team for an awesome effort on the day!!


National Week of Deaf People
Our Deaf students taught Auslan greeting signs to share their language on the first day of celebrations at BCC. It was a great turnout.
Day two of our week of celebrations here at BCC! Our Deaf students hosted a delicious morning tea for staff and gave teachers a chance to try out their Auslan.
On Wednesday our Deaf Education students visited the ‘House on the Hill’ to learn the history of when it was a boarding school for Deaf students. They enjoyed stories from Deaf people who were students there in the 1940’s and chatted with Deaf people of many generations.
Day four and our activity was an ‘Auslan Essentials’ lesson. A great inclusive environment with Deaf and hearing students communicating with each other in Auslan.
A fantastic turnout for our final day of celebrations today! Our Deaf students ran a ‘guess the animal sign’ quiz. Congratulations to Jeannine our student winner and Ms Saunders, taking out the top score for the teachers!


Do you have a Year 6 child who will be coming to Belmont City College in 2018? Or do you know someone who does?

Make sure they are enrolled to ensure they are invited to our annual YEAR 6 TRANSITION DAY, which will be held on Wednesday 29th November. Invitations for this special event are sent via mail, so make sure you get your enrolment forms in ASAP.

For a copy of the enrolment forms or any further information, please contact our front office staff on 9479 2200 or contact our Transition Coordinator, Amy Swann at


On Monday we had the privilege of hosting this years Best Actress Logie winner Jessica Marais, for a Q&A with our Specialist Contemporary Drama students. We were extremely grateful for the opportunity to hear her stories of success, and the students gained valuable insights into the performing arts industry. Thank you Ms Marais! 💗


Last week, a range of Year 7-12 students were asked to participate in a workshop to provide feedback on our college’s Behaviour Matrix. The students worked together to consider the three Ps: Positivity, Preparedness and Participation.
The valuable student feedback will be used to help inform the language and lessons delivered to students as part of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) in the college.
Thank you to all students and staff involved! We hope you enjoyed the opportunity to work with other students and improve your cooperative skills.


Wishing everyone a safe and enjoyable break. Students will return to school on Tuesday 10th October.

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