Boyup Brook District High School
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77 Barron Street
Boyup Brook WA 6244
Subscribe: https://boyupbrookdhs.wa.edu.au/subscribe

Email: boyupbrook.dhs@education.wa.edu.au
Phone: 08 9765 0000
Fax: 08 9765 1064

CRC School Holiday Activity

Please click on the link for more information on the CRC School Holiday Activity happening on the 14th July.

School Holiday Activity July 2020

Semester 1 Reports PP - Year 10

Reports were emailed out on Wednesday. There is a link on each email which expires after 10 days. Any queries please call 97650000.

School Photos

School Photo envelopes are being sent home today (Kindy tomorrow), please return even if not ordering. Sibling photo envelopes are at office

June 30 Newsletter

Click here to view the June 30 Schoolzine eNewsletter!

Country Week 2020 Update

Country Week 2020 has been given the green light by School Sport WA to go ahead during the last week of Term 3 (Sunday 20th – Friday 25th September 2020). Our attendance at this event will depend on several issues and is yet to be confirmed. Due to the uncertainty of this event going ahead because of COVID 19 restrictions, no fund raising events have taken place or will be put in place.

The cost of the week is estimated to be approximately $550 which includes:

  1. Transport to and from Perth and the sporting venues during the week.
  2. Meals for most of the week.
  3. Accommodation at Karrinyup Waters Resort.
  4. Sport venue hire and umpire fees.

The P&C have indicated that they will provide up to $350 for scholarships to those families where students would be unable to attend the week due to financial costs. Parents will be asked to apply by submitting a written request or speaking directly to the Principal Bernard Beatty. 

Please complete the attached form below by Friday July 3 2020 indicating your intentions for your child to attend Country Week 2020, so that we may commence detailed planning for the week.

If you would like your child to attend, we will be requiring a $200 deposit per child by Friday 24 July 2020.

Country Week 2020 Update

Yr 5/6 Class for Semester 2

Please click on the link below for a letter regarding the changes to the Yr 5/6 class schedule for Semester 2, 2020.

Letter 5 6 Class Semester 2

Junior Hockey Information for Term 3

Junior Hockey will be commencing for all boys and girls from Years 3 – 10 in term 3. We train on Thursdays after school from 3.45pm – 5.00pm and play games on Saturday mornings in Boyup Brook. Please contact Emma Fortune for further information 0400 005 513.

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST 2 x 0.75FTE CLEANERS required for Term 3

BOYUP BROOK DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL

EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

2 x 0.75FTE CLEANERS required for Term 3

Start Date – July 20    End Date – 25th September.

Start time – 7.00am   Finish Time – 1.30 pm

30 hours per week.

Must be able to obtain a Working with Children Check and Education Department Crimtrack Police Clearance.   (Please talk to Jann Mead, MCS 9765 0000 – before you apply for either)

 Email  jann.m.mead@education.wa.edu.au by Tuesday 30th June 3.00pm with a covering letter expressing you interest in the above position with specific details on experiences and why you would like to work at Boyup Brook District High School.

Accompanying this please include your up to date resume. 

If you would like any further information, please call Jann Mead 9765 0000.

Semester 1 Report: Parent Information Letter

Please find on the below link, important information regarding the Semester Reports.

Parent_letter_Semester_1.pdf

Parent Guidelines for Keeping Students at Home

Firstly thankyou to everyone for your cooperation in adhering to the strict guidelines outlined by the Chief Medical Officer during this COVID 10 pandemic.  I also appreciate that parents have been keeping students at home if they are sick.  As a guideline to keeping students at home :

  • If  a student has a cough, sore throat or fever they must stay at home and to seek medical advice.
  • If a student has a cold that displays none of the symptoms above it is still recommended to err on the side of caution and keep students at home unless symptoms are very slight.
  • If a student presents at school with symptoms the teacher will contact the administration and they will determine the best course of action.

Currently the risk of transmission remains very low but we need to stay vigilant at all times in following health advice.