Across the AP's Desk

Wow! I can’t believe Term 1 is almost over. It’s been a very busy but productive term, which has seen the near completion of our new buildings. It has been exciting and rewarding to see the enthusiasm our students have demonstrated in learning in our new spaces.


There have been many highlights of Term 1. We have competed in many sports carnivals, including swimming and athletics, and I would particularly like to acknowledge our U18-20 Girls Freestyle relay team who finished third at the Regional Swimming Championship at Horsham. I was lucky enough to be present to cheer on Vicki, Tiarna, Tasha and Ashleigh as they made themselves and our school very proud. Well done, girls! I look forward to cheering you to second or first next year!


Feedback from students is that our Year 9/10 program is working well and students are engaged and interested and looking forward to their next lesson. Our Year 7s have completed their first camp which was a huge success and I would like to acknowledge the hard work of Mrs. Julie Doyle and Miss. Keiren Vernon in organising and supervising the camp. Thank you also to all the staff who attended the camp and provided our students with memories they won’t forget.



Please remember - you need access to COMPASS to keep up with life at Beaufort Secondary College. Each family should now have a unique login and password. If you have difficulty logging on, or do not have your logon password, please do not hesitate to contact our General Office.



Wearing full school uniform reinforces in students pride in their own appearance, instils recognition of themselves as an integral part of the school community and assists in developing pride in representing their school. Issues of equity, health and safety, and expense are also factors that contribute to having a compulsory school uniform.


BSC expects that students will be neatly presented in full school uniform and it is an expectation that all students will abide by the uniform policy. We kindly request that parents support all aspects of this policy and therefore ensure that their child is in full school uniform every day.

Please note that BSC school jackets and blazers are both available for purchase for the cooler months. Black puffer jackets are not part of our school uniform and we kindly request that students do not wear them at school.


I look forward to meeting or seeing you again at our Parent Teacher Interviews on Wednesday 1st May. In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me via phone or email should you have any questions or queries about your child’s education.


Stay safe and enjoy your holidays.


Miss. McGinty