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The latest good news, events and helpful information for our Brisbane Christian College families.

Middle & Secondary – Term 2 Week 5 (2020)

Full School Return on Monday, 25 May

CLICK here to view email that was sent out to College families on Friday, 15 May.

Depot Cafe Open

The Depot cafe has reopened! The Depot operates on Primary School Campus from Monday to Friday during the school term, from 7.30-9.30am.

Sports Update

Dear parents and caregivers,

With all year groups back on campus from next Monday, we are able to once again resume our College Sports training program albeit in a modified fashion.

Thank you everyone for your patience over the last few weeks; we know the students are excited to get back onto the fields and courts!

We have introduced some extra health and hygiene measures for this season. This includes regular cleaning of all shared equipment, hand sanitizing before and during training sessions and modified activities to reduce close proximity of students.

We believe that sport is an important part of the holistic education and wellbeing of students at Brisbane Christian College and so want to encourage as many students as possible to return to participating in the training offered. However, we do also understand that within the current circumstances some families may feel hesitant to have their children return to training just yet.

Football Academy:

Our Football Academy Program will recommence within the same timetable as last term.


During next week we will hold an expressions of interest meeting to ascertain student numbers and will arrange training days and times accordingly.

Basketball, Volleyball & Soccer:

New training days and times are as follows and will also be posted on the Sports Forum Facebook page.

If you have any questions please contact Michael Baumgartner our Sports Administrator at

Study at ACU webinar - Wednesday, 20 May 2020

If you are interested in the Australian Catholic University for your tertiary education see the following information.

CLICK here to view information in email.

Griffith Update

Academic Bootcamps

Griffith’s 2020 Academic Bootcamps are high-quality courses designed to assist students to achieve their full academic potential by improving confidence and understanding in senior subject areas and reducing anxiety around assessment while preparing students for future tertiary study.

For more information or to register, visit

Open Conservatorium Music Online

Griffith’s Open Conservatorium is committed to providing excellent music education opportunities to the broader community. We are delighted to announce that we have adapted many of our programs to be delivered online.

From brass to creative music technology lessons and everything in between, we welcome musicians of all ages and development to apply. The lessons will be facilitated by Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University’s world-renowned academics via Zoom.

For more information visit

Griffith Eng, Griffith Chem, Griffith Phys and fast tracked courses

The Griffith Eng, Griffith Chem and Griffith Phys programs allow high school students to get ahead of the pack by studying a university course while completing their senior studies.

High school students who complete one of these programs can:

  • Gain credit for a first-year course, saving thousands of dollars in HECS and reducing the essential workload of first-year university.
  • Be awarded an adjusted selection rank.
  • Access it all for free! All costs are covered by the University.

Due to popular demand, we are now also able to offer Griffith Chem and Griffith Phys as fast-tracked courses for Year 12 students (as well as being available to Year 11 students in the usual format completed over 2 years).

Applications for all programs are open now.

For more information or to apply visit:
Griffith Eng:
Griffith Chem or Griffith Phys:

New Drive Through & Drop 'N' Go at the Middle and Secondary Campus

We are very happy to announce that the off-street Drive Through and Drop ‘N’ Go road is now complete and is functioning well. This has greatly reduced the traffic on Frewin Street for our neighbours and has improved drop-off and pick-up times within the College site for families. Please note the following:

  • All vehicular access to the Middle and Secondary Campus is through Gate 1 on Fairlie Terrace, which provides access to the new Drop ‘N’ Go Zone next to the covered basketball courts.
  • This new road is one way only.
  • Gate 2 on Frewin Street is for exit only.

The Drop ‘N’ Go video and Map and Guidelines Download explains the new driveway and how to use the Drop ‘N’ Go Zone on the Middle and Secondary Campus. Thank you for your patience and assistance in making this new procedure a smooth and effective one.

Local Business Support

The College Management Team are very aware of families dealing with health, financial and employment challenges through this season and are committed to supporting families where possible. The COVID-19 pandemic is continuing to have an impact on local businesses and communities and our College teams are continuing to pray for Gods protection and provision for our families.

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If any family is facing financial challenges due to COVID-19, please contact our Business Manager at

Head of Enrichment and Learning Support

Congratulations to David Richards on his new appointment as Head of Enrichment and Learning Support. We believe God’s hand is evident on this appointment, and we are excited to see all He is going to bring into this area to bless our children. David will be working at both the Primary and Middle and Secondary campuses, so you will be sure to see him at both.

new appointment photo

L to r: Mr Ross Eggins, Deputy Principal,  Mr David Richards, Head of Enrichment and Learning Support and Mr Matthew Nicholson, Head of Campus (Primary).

Pre-Prep and Primary Campus Information

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- May 18, 2020

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