Boyup Brook District High School
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77 Barron Street
Boyup Brook WA 6244

Phone: 08 9765 0000
Fax: 08 9765 1064

K-PP/1 Assembly - Tuesday 2.15pm

Reminder: The K-PP/1 Assembly will be on Tuesday 19th November at 2.15pm in the Primary School Hall.

Junior Tennis Today

There will be Lasagna available today at Junior Tennis for $5 a serve, limited supply.

Inter-school Athletics Carnival

Your child has been selected to represent Boyup Brook DHS in the upcoming Inter-school Athletics Carnival to be held in Boyup Brook on Friday, 22nd November 2019. BBDHS students will compete with students from St Mary’s and St Brigid’s in what is sure to be a very competitive day.


Date:                            Friday, 22nd November 2019

Place:                          Boyup Brook Town Oval (Boyup Brook)

Time:                           Carnival commences at 9.00am and concludes at 2.30pm.

Students:                     Year 1 to Year 6.

Start of Day:                Students are to meet Mrs Haydn-Smith @ the MIDDLE SCHOOL basketball court at 8.30am.  Buses will drop students off at the Middle School.  Parents are to drop students off at the Middle School.

End of Day:                  Students may be collected at end of the carnival from the Town Oval.  All other students will be walked back to the Primary School for end of day departure.  Please indicate on the webform if you will be collecting your child from the Town Oval.

What will students need to bring?          

Students will need to bring their recess and lunch (unless they have a lunch order), a water bottle, sunscreen and a hat. Students must wear school uniform, including hat.

Please click on the link below to complete the webform before Tuesday, 19th November.

Interschool Athletic Parent Permission & Help request

A programme of events will be sent home with students on Wednesday, 20th November.

Janelle Haydn-Smith

Athletics Carnival Lunch orders & Volunteers

The BBDHS P&C will be providing a lunch menu for Interschool Athletics Carnival participants, School staff and attending family members. Also all students at the Middle School or Primary can also order, just indicate the location for the lunches to be delivered to.

Please click on the link for the Athletics Carnival Lunch Orders. All orders need to be received by FRIDAY 15th November .

 Athletics Lunch Order 2019

All rolls are $5 each, sandwiches are $4 each, all drinks are $2 each. Please send in the money with your family name clearly marked. Salads in sandwiches and rolls include lettuce, tomato, cucumber and carrot & cheese. 

If you wish to order and pay through Quickcliq, please make sure that you select your child and then add the date 22nd November for the carnival menu to appear, then continue as per normal ordering process.

To be able to provide these lunches the P&C need volunteers to assist. Please click on the link and select when you are able to assist. It would be great if parents that don't have children participating in the carnival could assist.

Athletics Carnival Canteen Volunteers

This year we will be cutting up all the salad on the Thursday between 1-3pm, then all orders will be made up fresh on Friday morning starting at 9.00am. We are hoping that with many helpers, we will be able to get orders filled quickly so that everyone can then go and watch their children particiate. Your help would be appreciated. 

CRC After School Activity

There will be an afterschool activity at the CRC today from 2.30 - 4pm as part of their National Recycling Week activities. The activity is called Bottle Top Flowers and Fun, it is free of charge and all children from Year 1+ are welcome. Please phone 9765 1169 to register your interest.

Canteen Thursday 14th Nov

Canteen Specials Recess: Choc Chip or Apple and Cinnamon Muffins $1.50 each. Normal canteen menu available. Thanks


Book club forms went home today, Orders from the previous book club are on their way and hope to have by the end of the week. Thanks

EOI - Gardener/Handy Person


Fixed Term to 8th February, 2020.

The role is based at the Middle School site but does involve working over both sites.

To be considered for this role you must have Handyman skills and have a good working knowledge of gardens, plants, lawns and turf management.

Safety awareness and an ability to read MDF’s is essential.

A Crimtrack Policy Clearance obtained through the Department of Education and a Working With Children Check will be required for the successful applicant.

To apply   - A one page letter stating experience and a resume to be completed and emailed to by Wednesday 13th, November, 2019.

For further information on the role, please contact Jann Mead, Manager Corporate Services;

9765 0000.

New Student Mobile Phone Policy

Please click on the link for details of the new Government Policy on Mobile Phones in schools.

Government Policy Mobile phones

PEAC Testing Results

All public school students in Year 4 were provided with the opportunity to be assessed for suitability for the PEAC (Primary Extension and Challenge) program.

Your Year 4 child sat this test back in August 2019. A total of 22 876 students participated in the 2019 PEAC assessment and only 917 students have been identified across Western Australia. 

Unfortunately your child was not chosen.

Please see the attached letter from the Department of Education. Should you have any queries, please feel free to contact Thea Buckley at the Manjimup Office, contact details on the bottom of the letter.

PEAC RESULTS 2019 Letter to Parents