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Our P&C is an important part of our school and aims to:
  • build a stronger school community where all students benefit,
  • achieve quality educational outcomes for our students,
  • use cooperation to create a foundation for close parent-school relationships and fostering transparency and accountability. 
Our hardworking P&C is responsible for:
  • managing the business of the Association,
  • promoting community interest of educational matters,
  • facilitating the development and further improvement of the school,
  • encouraging closer cooperation between the parents and carers of students attending the school,
  • other members of the community,
  • staff and students of the school, and
  • compliance with the P&C Code of Conduct.
We are very committed to ensuring our students have every opportunity and access to quality to provisions we are able to offer.
We are involved in a variety of school activities from policy to financial planning, as well as:  
  • tuckshop;
  • uniform shop
  • Organisation of fundraising activities, working bees and school functions e.g. sausage sizzles, Mother's and Father's Day Stalls free dress days and creating and delivering delicious Melbourne Cup Day lunches.
 2018 BSS P&C Executive Committee:
All executive members are responsible for ensuring that the P&C fulfils its legislative requirements.
    • President
      Mr Adrian Ford
      Mrs Jodi Daly
      Mrs Jodie Heilig
      Mrs Kate Berry
      Breakfast Club Coordinator
      Mrs Jodie Heilig
      Tuckshop Convenor
      Mrs Sandra Muirhead
      Uniform Shop Coordinator
      Mrs Renae Wellsteed
      Mrs Samantha Wright and Mrs Jenniel Neilen
Our Principal acts as the Minister's representative to the P&C, and advises and advises and assists the Committee in the successful performance of their roles and is responsible for the provision of guidance, and ensuring legislative and financial responsibilities of the P&C are carried out.
We all work together to achieve the same goals i.e. for the school community acts as one in the interests of the students, and for the P&C's planning and budgeting compliments the school's efforts to assist students in achieving learning outcomes.
The committee, along with other school members, parents and, on occasion, teachers, discuss general happenings within the school.  Our meetings are held on the second Monday of each month in the school’s meeting room beside the office from 4.30pm to 6.00pm.  All are welcome to attend.
We encourage everyone to become members of our great P&C! It is by far the best way to get involved and keep up-to-date!
Policies, procedures and processes have been developed by The Department of Education and Training.