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Pre-Prep & Primary – Term 2 Week 10 (2019)

Dates and Events

Week 10:

  • Prep Excursion to The Workshops Rail Museum. Tuesday, 25 June. Read More …
  • Prep to Year 8 Semester 1 Reports published. Tuesday, 25 June. Read More …
  • Year 3 Celebration of Learning. Tuesday, 25 June. Read More …
  • Final Day for the Woolworths Earn and Learn Program (please return you stickers to the College Offices by the end of the week). Tuesday, 25 June. Sticker Sheet …
  • Year 4 Celebration of Learning. Wednesday, 26 June. Read More …
  • Year 5 Celebration of Learning. Thursday, 27 June. Read More …
  • Last Day of Term 2. Friday, 28 June returning on Tuesday, 23 July.

Holidays:

  • Pre-Prep Holiday Program. Monday, 1 to Friday, 19 July.
  • July Holiday Tennis Clinic for Prep to Year 8. Monday, 1 July. Read More …
  • NAIDOC Week. Monday, 1 to Sunday, 7 July. 

Term 3 Week 1:

  • Student Free Day for Prep to Year 12 (Pre-Prep operates as usual on this day). Monday, 22 July.
  • Term 3 commences for Prep to Year 12. Tuesday, 23 July.

ICAS Testing in Term 3

Brisbane Christian College is delighted to once again offer ICAS testing in 2019. These tests are an optional choice by parents. They cost $15.95 per test, which is not covered by regular College fees. The registrations and payments are done through Parent Lounge. Please note the cut off dates for registration. After these dates, registrations will be closed and no further registrations will be accepted.

ICAS testing offers parents the opportunity to have their child’s progress assessed on a national scale. A detailed breakdown of strong and weak areas is also provided. Distinction and high distinction certificates will be given out at Awards Evening. In 2019, the tests will be online so you will not receive question papers with the certificates as in previous years. Read More …

Primary After School Tutors Wanted

Do you have a tertiary qualification or are you working towards one? You may be eligible for part-time work at our Primary Campus as an After School Tutor. You would need to be available from 3.10pm to 4.15pm in the Primary Resource Centre. All work is prepared by the classroom teachers and days are flexible according to your availability. We are also interested in relief tutors, if you want some occasional work. A high level of spoken and written English is required for this position. Please note that only children receiving tutoring are allowed in the Resource Centre during this time.

This is a casually paid position. To express your interest and begin the application process, please collect an application form from the Primary Office. For further questions, please contact Mrs Alison Collins by emailing acollins@brisbanechristiancollege.com.au.

Middle and Secondary Campus Information

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- June 24, 2019