Welcome to the Blue Hills College Primary School pages. We have provided our local community with quality Christian education since 1950, and continue to offer students a superior educational opportunity that builds on a careful foundation in key learning areas (KLAs). Students at BHC primary are a part of a community that recognises individual strengths and nurtures children as they develop friendships, confidence, and a love of learning. An extensive curriculum is offered, where students receive a thorough grounding in key learning areas (KLAs).
The Co-ordinator of the Primary School is Bronwyn Tually.
Primary School captains fill an important role at the College. They encourage students to develop pride in their school and represent the College at official functions. School captains are also members of the School Representative Council (SRC), which provides input into various aspects of school life.
Two students from Year 6 are elected to take up the position of school captains throughout the year.
The Primary School commences classes at 9:00am and finishes at 2:55pm. Students have a mid-morning fruit break at 10:43am and have lunch at 12:40pm.
The Blue Hills College Welfare program includes a pastoral care system which develops a sense of community and belonging. The College community provides a safe, nurturing, and happy environment in which students and staff alike, demonstrate care, compassion, courtesy and respect for others. The College has a strong commitment to ensuring that every student feels safe, enjoys coming to school, and can achieve their best in a classroom learning environment that is enthusiastic, challenging and well-managed.
Students are encouraged to participate in activities such as swimming carnivals, athletic carnivals, camps, excursions, and worship programs in order to develop their sense of belonging.
Student misconduct that progresses beyond the classroom teacher is passed on to Stage Leaders, and if need be, are referred to the Primary School Co-ordinator.
The College encourages the involvement of parents and carers in their child’s education and behaviour management. It is this partnership between parents and the school that facilitates a united approach and a clear line of communication.
The six primary syllabuses cover:
For detailed information on BHC’s curriculum, visit BHC’s Academic Information page and refer to the relevant Primary Stage.
Considering enrolment? We welcome your enquiry, please contact our office for more information.