Parents are key partners in their child’s learning. By interacting with the school and other parents, parents’ can use their skills and experience to work collaboratively with others in supporting the school and its students, and build a sense of community within the school.
Next Meeting : Friday 14 October @2pm
Thur 13 - Cafe Klatsch
Tue 18 - German Week Soccer Match vs Deutsche Schule including sausage sizzle
Wed 19 - German Day morning and afternoon parades, German classroom activities, and family movie session with sausage sizzle and face painting afternoon
Thur 20 - Curriculum Day
Fri 21 - BSPS Bake Off @Assembly w/ Cafe Klutsch
Thur 3 - Cafe Klatsch
Thur 24 - Cafe Klatsch
+ PLUS Icy Pole Fridays all term!
What have we fundraised for in 2022?
2022 Parents' Club Gallery
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What happened at the last meeting?
We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting. All are welcome.
Parents’ Club is very welcoming; it may appear that the parents’ already involved are old friends, but in fact many did not know each other before joining Parents’ club and have made new friends. Ask another parent from your child’s class to come to Parents’ Club with you and you will make new friends together and make a positive impact on your child’s school life. Everyone is welcome!
Your child(ren) will be thrilled to know their mum or dad is involved at their school! You will meet many parents and make new friends. It is a great opportunity to also learn new skills or share your skills with others.
All BSPS parents are a member of our Parents’ Club. Keep an eye on this page for meeting dates and opportunities to be involved.
Pre-school children and infants are very welcome to come along with you.
All parents are required to have a valid Working with Children Check (WWC) which can be applied for at your local post office and is free of charge to parents wishing to volunteer in schools. More information can be found at workingwithchildren.vic.gov.au
All visitors to BSPS and those attending our offsite events, will need to adhere to vaccine regulations and Government guidelines.