At Bannockburn P-12 College student learning is our highest priority

February 29, 2024 BY

Bannockburn P-12 College is holding parent information evenings for grade 5 and 6 families on Wednesday 20 March.

WE believe that all students can learn to their fullest potential.

Our students will develop their individual talents and be actively engaged in their learning.

They will have the opportunity to be curious and creative. We will collectively and collaboratively build a safe, orderly learning environment that promotes high standards.

The pursuit of excellence is the shared responsibility of the whole school community. We will provide students with the tools needed for Learning for Life.

Our College is organised into three sub-schools: Early Years (Prep to year 4), Middle Years (years 5 to 8), and Later Years (years 9 to 12).

Each student has a Homegroup teacher and belongs to a Homegroup, year level cohort, house, and sub school.

This structure is used to strengthen relationships, promote connection to the College and provide well-being and academic support.

The focus on relationships, beginning with the student and their Homegroup teacher, extends across the College to strengthen the partnership between the school and family in supporting students as individuals in their learning and achievements.

To support families to understand the structure and support across our school, we will be holding parent information evenings for grade 5 and 6 families on Wednesday 20 March.

This is a fabulous opportunity to view the school facilities, meet with staff and learn more about what Bannockburn P-12 College can offer your child as they progress through their early years to the successful completion of the senior certificates.

Opportunities for tours will be provided at 5.15pm, before presentations and question time to support you in choosing Bannockburn P-12 College for the continuation of your child’s education.

If you would like further information, please contact assistant principal of the Middle Years David Simpson or principal George Porter on 5281 1755.