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Extreme Games

On Thursday 31st July, Scripture Union is running “Extreme Games’, an interactive program that focuses on building resilience and connectedness to the school as well as leadership skills and positive relationships among the students.  The program has been funded by the Bendigo Bank.  Students will participate in activities which may include: Zorb Ball, Tug of war, Sumo Suits, Gladiator Basher Poles, Giant Boxing Gloves, Giant Jenga, Swiss Balls, ‘No Arms and Legs’ discussion (video of Nick Vujicic), Decoder, Round Jumping Castle.  Students will be in small groups and will be supervised by Bayswater Secondary College staff, including the Adolescent Health Nurse, and 11 Youth Workers from Scripture Union who are trained facilitators.  Please find documentation attached that indicates what the activities are and the risk management for the activities. All activities have appropriate equipment for the students to wear.  Students only need their PE uniform.   If you have any questions about the activity, please do not hesitate to contact the college. 

An example of the protective clothing that will be worn can be seen in the following image

Extreme Games Wallan SC

Examples of specific games are as follows: -

8 way tyre pull

Arms and Legs

Arms and Legs (2)

 

EVERY DAY COUNTS - STUDENT ATTENDANCE

 

Notice for parents/carers

Please note that there is no teacher supervision at the school before 8:40am each morning and after 3:30pm each afternoon. The exception is for VCE students who are in timetabled session 6 classes.

 

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No Energy Drinks Allowed

 

At the School Council Meeting, July 30 2013, a motion was passed to ban all energy drinks at the college and on college activities. This decision was made as evidence has shown that these drinks can have detrimental effects on young people’s health and behaviour as well as being addictive. Any student bringing these to school will have them confiscated. If the drink has been opened, the drink will be tipped out. If the drink has not been open, it will be stored in the office for a parent/carer to collect. Your support in this matter is appreciated.

  

We look forward to working with you in 2014.

  

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It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Bayswater Secondary College website.

 

This website will provide you with a wealth of information about the College, its programs, policies, activities and opportunities for your child and your family.

 

We deliver unique educational opportunities in a boutique learning environment.  It is our purpose to provide a challenging, orderly learning environment that encourages high expectations for success.  We are committed to creating learning experiences that enable our students to achieve their greatest potential, to develop lifelong learning skills and to adapt and adjust in a globalised world.

 

At Bayswater Secondary College we value:

 

Excellence

Striving for the highest personal achievement in all aspects of schooling and individual and community action, work and lifelong learning

 

Respect

Having regard to yourself and others and accepting the right of others to hold different or opposing views

 

Integrity

Being consistently honest and trustworthy

 

Care

Concern for the wellbeing of yourself and others, demonstrating empathy and acting with compassion

 

Fairness

Being committed to the principles of social justice and opposing prejudice, opposing dishonesty and injustice

 

Responsibility

Taking ownership of your actions and learning

 

If you would like to learn more about how we educate and care for your child please do not hesitate to contact us.

 

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Mrs Patricia Arico

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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