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Respect - Responsibility - Integrity We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work and pay our respect to Aboriginal elders past, present and future Proud member of the Seacliff Community of Schools Bulli High School Newsletter February 2019 Upcoming Events Tuesday 12 th February Year 7 Family BBQ 3.30pm – 5.00pm Wednesday 13 th February P & C Meeting @ 7.00pm Monday 18 th February Year 7 Vaccinations Year 8 Catch up Vaccinations Thursday 21 st February School Swimming Carnival Tuesday 26 th February Zone Swimming Carnival Thursday 28 th February Year 12 HSC Information Night Tuesday 5 th March Expo Night 6.00pm – 8.30pm Friday 8 th March Year 12 Geography Excursion Principal’s report Welcome back to all our students and families, and welcome to all who are joining Bulli High School. It was great to see Year 7 on their first day all looking fabulous and keen for the next part of their education to begin, and Year 11 in their white shirts. We have only been back for one week, but already there is a lot happening. A number of upcoming events are advertised in this newsletter so do look out for them. Next Tuesday is the Year 7 BBQ which is a casual opportunity for parents to visit, meet teachers and other parents, and connect with Bulli HS. I look forward to catching up with Year 7 families. This year Expo Night is on 5 th March, and is open to all primary students and their families. Please pass on this date to anyone you think may be interested. Families interested in applying for either of the two Enrichment Classes, The Arts and STEM, 2020 information is provided in this newsletter. I encourage interested local in- area and partner primary school Year 6 students to apply. Continued over page …………….. Ursula Road, Bulli NSW 2516 www.bulli-h.schools.nsw.edu.au Telephone +61 (0)2 4284 8266 [email protected]
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  • Respect - Responsibility - Integrity

    We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work and pay our respect to

    Aboriginal elders past, present and future

    Proud member of the Seacliff Community of Schools

    Bulli High School Newsletter

    February 2019

    Upcoming Events

    Tuesday 12th February Year 7 Family BBQ 3.30pm – 5.00pm

    Wednesday 13th February P & C Meeting @ 7.00pm

    Monday 18th February Year 7 Vaccinations

    Year 8 Catch up Vaccinations

    Thursday 21st February School Swimming Carnival

    Tuesday 26th February Zone Swimming Carnival

    Thursday 28th February Year 12 HSC Information Night

    Tuesday 5th March Expo Night 6.00pm – 8.30pm

    Friday 8th March Year 12 Geography Excursion

    Principal’s report Welcome back to all our students and families, and welcome to all who are joining Bulli

    High School. It was great to see Year 7 on their first day all looking fabulous and keen

    for the next part of their education to begin, and Year 11 in their white shirts.

    We have only been back for one week, but already there is a lot happening. A number

    of upcoming events are advertised in this newsletter so do look out for them.

    Next Tuesday is the Year 7 BBQ which is a casual opportunity for parents to visit, meet

    teachers and other parents, and connect with Bulli HS. I look forward to catching up

    with Year 7 families.

    This year Expo Night is on 5th March, and is open to all primary students and their

    families. Please pass on this date to anyone you think may be interested.

    Families interested in applying for either of the two Enrichment Classes, The Arts and

    STEM, 2020 information is provided in this newsletter. I encourage interested local in-

    area and partner primary school Year 6 students to apply.

    Continued over page ……………..

    Ursula Road, Bulli NSW 2516 www.bulli-h.schools.nsw.edu.au

    Telephone +61 (0)2 4284 8266 [email protected]

    http://www.bulli-h.schools.nsw.edu.au/

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    Ursula Road, Bulli NSW 2516 www.bulli-h.schools.nsw.edu.au

    Telephone +61 (0)2 4284 8266 [email protected]

    Bulli High School

    Newsletter February 2019

    Uniform Shop Hours Tuesdays: 1.15pm – 3.30pm Thursdays: 1.15pm – 3.30pm

    School Office Hours Mon, Tue, Thur & Fri: 8.30am – 3.30pm

    Wednesday: 8.30am – 3.00pm Student Absences

    If your child is absent from school, please notify the office by calling 4284 8266 extension 4 and following the prompts.

    Continued from previous page …….

    The P & C meets next Wednesday in the Staff Common Room at 7pm.

    We welcome all parents.

    Year 8 VALID results Congratulations to Year 8 2018 and the science teachers. We have received the results and they are nothing but outstanding. More detail can be found in the Science report. Individual results are expected to arrive shortly and will be sent home with students.

    Best Start 2019 For the first time, our school will participate in Best Start Year 7, an online literacy and numeracy assessment available to secondary schools at the start of Term 1, 2019.

    Best Start Year 7, undertaken within the first five weeks of the school year, assesses key literacy and numeracy skills of Year 7 students. It is designed to assist teachers to identify students who may require additional support in developing their literacy and numeracy skills. No preparation by students is needed. The letter distributed to students is attached.

    School Community Charter The Department of Education has released the School Community Charter which outlines the responsibilities of parents, carers, educators and school staff in NSW public schools to ensure our learning environments are collaborative, supportive and cohesive. A copy is later in this newsletter.

    Bulli HS Website Last year I mentioned that the department had revamped the school website and that we hoped to have it fully up to date in a short period. I ask for your patience and understanding as we continue to work on it as we are experiencing some construction issues. Unfortunately, old files have been automatically added and so we apologise for any concerns being experienced.

    Sentral We are now using Sentral as our administration system. This is a significant change BHS has made and we are doing a lot of learning as we go. Having said that I am confident Sentral will provide a number of benefits for staff, students and parents. Please see the Deputy Principal item for more information on parent access. Continued over page ……………..

    Register for E-News

    If you are already registered you will continue to

    receive our e-news bulletins.

    To register for e-news follow these steps:

    Go to the school’s website:

    www.bulli-h.schools.nsw.edu.au

    Click on tab ‘Newsletters & notes’

    Hit subscribe

    Enter your name and email as requested

    and follow the prompts

    You also have the option to download the

    App facility to your device

    P & C dates for 2019 (2nd Wednesday of the month)

    Term 1: 13th February, 13th March, 10th April

    Term 2: 8th May, 12th June

    Term 3: 14th August, 11th September

    Term 4: 13th November, 11th December

    http://www.bulli-h.schools.nsw.edu.au/

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    Continued from previous page …….

    Train Travel A number of BHS students travel by train to and from school. Whether it is every day or only sometimes all students are expected to behave in a manner that makes us all proud to be associated with Bulli HS. I ask parents to reinforce this with their child, to enable all passengers, including our students, to have a safe and secure ride. I also urge students and parents to pass on any concerns that you have to myself, the deputy principals or a member of staff. The behaviour, good or bad, of our students reflects on every student of Bulli HS.

    Bulli HS Alumni We recently received the news below that past Bulli HS student Aiden Lerch had been awarded the 2018 University Medal from the University of Wollongong. Aiden completed the HSC in 2014 and has gone from strength to strength. Aiden is Associate to the Honourable Judge John Hatzistergos AM in the District Court of New South Wales. Aiden graduated with first class honours from the University of Wollongong in 2018. He was awarded the University Medal for ranking 1st place in the graduating class in law in 2018. In 2017, he studied at St Catherine’s College, the University of Oxford as a visiting student. Aiden’s primary research interests are in the law of obligations, particularly tort law and unjust enrichment. Aiden’s work on the tort of nuisance will be published by Cambridge University Press in the 1st Edition of Contemporary Australian Tort Law in April 2019. We love to hear how ex-Bulli HS students are going so feel free to let the school know.

    Improved Student Facilities Shade is now available in the TAS courtyard allowing not only shelter for break times but also for classes. Studio B, once a tiered learning space, is now a flexible learning space to be used for classes, presentations and even yoga. Thank you to all parents and students who have helped fund this through contributions and fundraising.

    Chris Gregory Principal

    Year 7 BBQ Tuesday 12th February

    3.30pm – 5.00pm

    Expo Night Tuesday 5th March

    6.00pm – 8.30pm

    Swimming Carnival Thursday 21st February

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    Deputy Principal’s News The year has started in its usual busy way and there is plenty happening this term.

    SEEKING HOSTS FOR JAPANESE STUDENTS 13 MARCH – 18 MARCH 2019

    All students are invited to be a host for our upcoming Japanese visit. This is a marvellous opportunity to host one or two

    Japanese students in your home while they attend school to enhance their English. At the time of writing I do not have

    enough host families and ask that you contact me as soon as possible if you are able to host. Every year I see the joy it

    brings to those involved!

    There is a small payment of $170 per student to help with the expenses. I need to have details finalised by February 20th

    so please do not delay if you would like to be involved.

    YEAR 12 PARENT INFORMATION EVENINGS

    Last year we had an informal meeting for parents of Year 12 students to discuss how to make the HSC year as “pleasant”

    as possible for all those involved. We have three more planned for this year, with the first coming up at the end of the

    month. More detail will be sent home closer to the day but please mark it in your diaries. It will start at 6:30PM.

    28th February HSC Assessment/Scaling; The importance of rank; marks and getting work done on time

    14th May Tertiary entrance and post school pathways: This is the SAME night as the parent teacher night. There will be two identical sessions. One at 5 and one at 6.30. You will be able to make your appointments around these times

    5th June How to blitz exams – this will be for both parents and students

    SCHOOL COUNSELLORS

    Our school counsellors Monika Gubalovska and John Wyles are keen for students to know they are available and where

    to find them.

    SCHOOL COUNSELLORS

    Ms Monika Gulabovska Monday, Thursday & Friday Mr John Wyles Tuesday & Wednesday

    KEEP CALM AND SEE YOUR

    SCHOOL COUNSELLOR

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    Deputy Principal’s News - continued

    IMOGEN FOWLES – HOCKEY SUCCESS

    During the summer holidays Imogen Fowles of Year 10 was selected for the U15s Girls NSW State Indoor Hockey Team.

    She was also selected for an Illawarra Academy of Sport Scholarship. The NSW State team played in a National

    Competition from 8 – 12th January and came away with the silver medal! Imogen’s goal was instrumental in getting the

    team through to the final with a late goal against Victoria despite the fact that she was injured! The final, against

    Queensland was a 2-2 draw and decided with a penalty shoot-out.

    WOMEN’S AFL SUCCESS FOR ANNABEL AND SIAN

    Congratulations to Annabel McDonald (Y10) and Sian Allen (Yr 9) who have been selected in the St George Illawarra

    Dragons U16 woman's Rugby League team for the 2019 season. Annabel has also been selected to play in the U19

    Australian team! Well done girls!

    Ms Robyn Lang

    Deputy Principal

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    Deputy Principal’s News

    From the beginning of the 2019 school year we have adopted the ‘Sentral’ administration program. Office and teaching staff are now using Sentral and in coming weeks we will arrange Sentral portal access for parents and students. This will replace the Millennium parent and student portal. School administration functions such as roll-marking, attendance, timetables, student wellbeing, behaviour monitoring and school reports will all be managed within the Sentral platform.

    FROM THE ‘ODD YEARS’ DEPUTY

    Welcome to the 2019 school year. I hope all of our students will make the very most of every opportunity available to

    them throughout the year. I’d like to extend a special welcome to the many new students who have enrolled at Bulli High

    in Years 9 and 11, and to our new Year 7 cohort of nearly 180 students. Bulli High is a great place to be – I hope you will

    relish your time here!

    Students in Years 9 and 11 have now had nearly two weeks to settle into their classes and any issues with elective subject

    choices should now be resolved. If this is not the case, please let Mrs Swain (Head Teacher Administration) or me know

    as soon as possible.

    I’d like to thank Ms Rachel Schilbe for her hard work in helping our new Year 7 students settle in. Our Year 7s seem to be

    a very keen group and I hope they will quickly feel they are part of Bulli High. Parents, if you have concerns about any

    issues affecting your children, their learning, socialisation, or health please don’t hesitate to contact Ms Schilbe or me.

    Mr Chris Neave

    Years 7, 9 & 11 Deputy Principal

    YEAR 7 WELCOME BBQ

    All Year 7 students, their parents and carers are heartily invited and encouraged to attend our annual Year 7 Welcome BBQ. The BBQ will be held on Tuesday February 12th from 3:30pm – 5:00pm in the main playground. This is an informal event at which parents and carers will have a chance to chat with teaching staff and meet their children’s new friends.

    Sausage sandwiches and cold drinks will be provided. There is no charge. Please take the opportunity to start connecting with the Bulli High community. I look forward to seeing you on Tuesday afternoon. Mr Chris Neave Year 7 Deputy Principal

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    Science

    Welcome to Science for 2019. I am happy to be continuing in the relieving Head Teacher role for at least two more terms.

    We have some staff changes this year. Mrs Bethany Herrmann joins our Science faculty. She is an experienced Biology

    teacher and she is excited at the prospect of teaching at Bulli HS. Mrs Herrmann with be replacing Ms Kara King who is

    on maternity leave for this year.

    In Science we have a very busy year planned for students. I would like to welcome the year 7 students to Bulli High School.

    They are a very enthusiastic group and are looking forward to the experiments in Science. Students will begin the year by

    learning about the safe use of the equipment we use in the science lab. They will also learn how to use a Bunsen burner.

    The Science junior programs commencing this semester are as follows:

    Year 7: Introduction to Science, Working Scientifically and Stage 4 Physical World

    Year 8: Stage 4 Earth & Space

    Year 9: Stage 5 Physical World

    Year 10: Stage 5 Chemical World

    The Science course at Bulli High School is designed to provide a highly engaging learning experience characterised by

    hands on interactive and challenging activities. The students have also received information and advice on what they

    need to bring each lesson and the goals and expectations we have from our students. We want to allow every student to

    be able to achieve their personal best. This includes completion of homework tasks as well as classwork and assessment

    tasks.

    Year 12 Science students are embarking on the new syllabus HSC content, introduced by NESA in 2018. Our dedicated,

    highly qualified staff have prepared thoroughly and the syllabus teaching programs, student resources and assessment

    schedules have been completed. Students are encouraged to see their teachers and mentors when they need help during

    the year.

    VALID Test – Year 8

    This a mandatory examination for Year 8 students across NSW. It is an online test and takes place in November each year.

    The test covers all coursework from Stage 4 (Years 7 & 8) as well scientific skills. We received the results for Year 8 2018

    –our current Year 9, on the last day of Term 4.

    Once again, the students achieved excellent results. A summary of our results are as follows:

    Average Score School 93.94

    Average Score State 87.41

    Average Score Similar Schools 88.57

    No. of students 143

    Individual student reports are due arrive to us soon. They will be given to students to take home to parents from their

    Science teacher.

    I would like to congratulate the students for their efforts and the Science staff who have taught them over the last two

    years. I would especially like to thank Mr Nik Brankovic for administering the test.

    Ms Jo Canvin

    Relieving Head Teacher Science

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    PDHPE

    YEAR 7-10 TERM 1 PE LESSONS: AQUATICS AT BULLI/WOONONA POOLS Parents should have received and signed the permission slip and medical information form for the Aquatics units covered this term in Year 7-10 PDHPE, 9 & 10 PASS and Year 11 & 12 SLR. It is our unique positioning near the coast that allows us to enjoy this great physical activity and build student confidence and competence in and around the water. Please ensure you have also indicated your child’s swimming ability.

    SWIMMING CARNIVAL The school swimming carnival will be held at Corrimal Pool on Thursday the 21st of February. Permission slips should be handed in during roll call before the day of the carnival. Money is to be paid on entry at the carnival. There will be a variety of non-water activities throughout the day for any non-swimmers. Be sure to come along and support your peers and your house colour, even if you do not plan to compete. As always, it will be a great day in the sporting calendar.

    SOUTH COAST SPORT TRIALS Students are reminded to check the notice board outside of the PDHPE staffroom and listen to announcements at assemblies in regards to the upcoming South Coast Sport Trials. Nomination forms need to be signed by the Sports Coordinator, Head Teacher PDHPE and Principal at least 10 days prior to the Trial. Students are required to get their own way to and from the trial sessions. Students should see Mrs Green in the PDHPE Staffroom if they have any questions.

    TERM 1 TRIAL DATES Week 2 6th Feb – Volleyball Boys

    6th Feb – Volleyball Girls 8th Feb – Baseball Trials 10th Feb - NSWCHSSA Water Polo Trial

    Week 6 4th March – Basketball Boys 6th March – Rugby Union

    Week 7 11th March – Basketball Girls 14th March – Football (Soccer) Boys 14th March – Football (Soccer) Girls 15th March – Football (Soccer) Boys

    Week 3 11th Feb – Tennis Boys 15 years and Open 11th Feb – Tennis Girls 15 years and Open

    Week 4 19th Feb–Touch Football Boys 15 years and under 22nd Feb – Rugby Union Girls

    Week 8 18th March – Golf

    Week 9 27th March – Rugby League 15years & Open

    Week 5 25th Feb – Cricket Boys 27th Feb – Netball Girls

    Week 10 3rd April – Hockey Boys 3rd April – Hockey Girls 4th & 5th April – Lawn Bowls 5th April – Australian Football

    KNOCKOUT SPORT TEAMS Students are reminded to listen carefully at assemblies and in Roll Call for notices concerning knockout sports team trials. It is important to be aware that in many cases there will be large groups trialling for these sports and not all students can be selected for the team. We wish all teams the best of luck throughout the year.

    Event School Date Zone Date Regional Date NSW CHS Date

    Swimming Thursday 21 February (Term 1 Week 4) Corrimal Pool

    Tuesday 26 February (Term 1 Week 5) Corrimal Pool

    Tuesday 12 March (Term 1 Week 7) Dapto Pool

    Sunday 7- Tues 9 April (Term 1 Week 11) Homebush

    Cross Country Wednesday 3 April (Term 1 Week 10) School Course

    Friday 10 May (Term 2 Week 2) Kembla Joggers, Kembla Grange

    Friday 7 June (Term 2 Week 6) Nowra

    Friday 26 July (Term 3 Week 1) Eastern Creek

    Athletics Friday 24 May (Term 2 Week 4) School Grounds

    Tuesday 2 July Term 2 Week 10) Beaton Park

    Friday 2 August (Term 3 Week 2) Canberra

    Wed 4 - Fri 6 September (Term 3 Week 7) Homebush

    Mr Nicholas Wilkinson Head Teacher PDHPE

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    TAS

    ONGUARD SAFETY TRAINING

    Safety is EVERYONE’S responsibility. An important aspect of ensuring the safety of children and staff, we use OnGuard

    Safety. When students log on, THEY MUST make sure they are accessing Bulli High School’s OnGuard. This will appear in

    the upper left hand corner of the screen. Our safety training process involves teachers inducting/training students via

    demonstrations, followed by students completing a series of mandatory safety modules. This system keeps a digital record

    of a student’s safety history throughout their time at school.

    New students will need to SELF ENROL to create an account. Teachers will guide students through this process of following

    the ‘SELECT his link to Self Enrol NOW!’ The link below will take you to our school’s OnGuard page. You can also access

    this from the Bulli High School – Bulli Online web site.

    https://service.1300acepro.com/onguard/auth/sso/login?schoolKey=bulli-

    h%2Eschools%2Ensw&next=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2E1300acepro%2Ecom%2FOnGuardACEPro2014%2Fcontent%2Fdo

    Login%2Easp&errorCode=0

    Once students have logged on they can select course modules which run students through the safe operating procedure

    for each tool, machine or process and upon completion that can print their personalised safety registration certificate!

    https://service.1300acepro.com/onguard/auth/sso/login?schoolKey=bulli-h%2Eschools%2Ensw&next=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2E1300acepro%2Ecom%2FOnGuardACEPro2014%2Fcontent%2FdoLogin%2Easp&errorCode=0https://service.1300acepro.com/onguard/auth/sso/login?schoolKey=bulli-h%2Eschools%2Ensw&next=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2E1300acepro%2Ecom%2FOnGuardACEPro2014%2Fcontent%2FdoLogin%2Easp&errorCode=0https://service.1300acepro.com/onguard/auth/sso/login?schoolKey=bulli-h%2Eschools%2Ensw&next=http%3A%2F%2Fwww%2E1300acepro%2Ecom%2FOnGuardACEPro2014%2Fcontent%2FdoLogin%2Easp&errorCode=0

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    TAS - continued

    NEW APRONS

    Thanks to our wonderful P & C for kindly funding new aprons for all of our industrial workshops! We now have new blue

    aprons in BOTH metalwork workshops and BOTH timber workshops. Students need to remember that whilst aprons aren’t

    the most fashionable of clothing items, they are there for your safety AND to keep your clothes clean, which also keeps

    your parents happy too. Thank you once again P & C.

    PAST PROJECTS

    Over the holiday period our Technology teachers were diligently cleaning and stock taking our rooms. As a result we have

    many past projects still residing in our rooms. If you have a project that you are yet to complete or have completed but

    haven’t taken home yet, please come and collect it by the end of Week 2 before we commence recycling these projects

    into reusable materials.

    Mr Steve Delaney

    Head Teacher TAS

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    CAPA

    ArtEXPRESS SELECTIONS

    Congratulations to George Whayman for his outstanding achievement on being nominated for ArtEXPRESS 2018. A further congratulations to Astrid Bell for her nomination and inclusion in the ArtEXPRESS 2018. Her work will be exhibited at the Hazlehurst Regional Gallery this year.

    Astrid Bell

    George Whayman

    Ms Nephra Forrest

    Visual Arts Teacher

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    Library

    BULLI HIGH LITERACY PROGRAM 2019

    INFORMATION FOR PARENTS OF YEAR 7 & 8 STUDENTS

    As part of Bulli High School’s literacy initiative all students in Years 7 and 8 English classes together with the Librarian will

    be partaking in the Renaissance Reading Program. The Renaissance Reading Program is an online program that helps BHS

    teachers manage and monitor your child’s independent reading practice.

    How does the program work?

    The Renaissance Reading Program is made up of two programs, The STAR Reading Test and Accelerated Reader.

    All students in Years 7 and 8 undergo a STAR Reading Test at the beginning of every term. The STAR reading assessment

    is a multiple-choice test that takes the students approximately 30 minutes to complete. This test determines the range of

    books that will challenge your child without causing frustration (their book level).

    Students are also assigned a personal reading target and points to achieve in a term. Students earn points, or a portion

    of a book’s points, depending on how well they do on the Reading Practice Quiz.

    Your child picks a book at their own level and reads it at their own pace. When finished, your child takes a short quiz on

    the computer. Accelerated Reader then gives students and teachers feedback based on the quiz results, which the

    teacher then uses to help your child set goals and direct ongoing reading practice.

    Accelerated reader has over 33 000 titles for students to choose from. All matching books on the program at BHS library

    are marked to help students to make their reading selection easier. Students can also access Accelerated Reader

    Bookfinder http://www.arbookfind.com.au/ to search for titles of interest.

    How can you help your child?

    You would have signed a permission note in late 2018.

    As with anything, performance improves with practice. Please encourage your child to read at home for at least

    15 minutes a night.

    Miss Kylie Martin

    Teacher/Librarian

    http://www.arbookfind.com.au/

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    CANTEEN VOLUNTEERS Bulli High Canteen

    Bulli High School canteen is our biggest fundraiser for our school

    but we can’t do it without volunteers

    We have 4 people everyday

    2 volunteers, 2 staff

    It’s 1 day per month, 9.30am – 2.30pm approximately

    It’s a great way to meet your child’s teacher,

    some other lovely ladies and enjoy a great lunch

    If you would like to volunteer with a friend,

    get in early so the roster can be organised

    No experience needed

    PLEASE GIVE IT A TRY

    Call Lyn Falkiner on 4284 8266 ext 119

    BULLI HIGH SCHOOL CANTEEN

    YEAR 7 VACCINATIONS

    Vaccinations for Year 7 & Catch-up for Year 8

    Vaccinations will be held on Monday 18th February

    Please eat breakfast before school

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    PLEASE NOTIFY THE SCHOOL OFFICE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A

    SUPPORTER

    Proud supporters of the Bulli High School Year 11 2019 Scholarship Program

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    1ST AUSTINMER CUBS AND SCOUTS WE CURRENTLY HAVE VACANCIES

    TO ACCEPT NEW CUBS AND SCOUTS!!!!!!

    Join in the fun and come along to the oldest and best Scout group in the Illawarra.

    Have amazing fun with friends! Learn new skills!

    Activities include: Canoeing; abseiling; camping; hiking

    Cubs (7 ½ – 10 ½ years) 6:30-8:00pm Wednesday Evenings Scouts (10 ½ - 14 ½ years) 7:00-9:00pm Monday Evenings Bring a parent, bring a friend, join and make new friends!

    Come along to our Hall at 20 Moore Street Austinmer. What have you got to lose?

    For more info contact Steve on 4268 2004 or 0409 695 575 Look forward to seeing you there!


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