Open day remains a key opportunity for all members of the local community to visit our College and tour the school. The experience allows members of the community to engage with our students, appreciating their talents and skills, view our state of the art facilities, interact with our professional staff and hear from our College Principal. Student enrolments will also take place on this day.
RSVP: Please call 3893 5306 before to secure an interview time.
Wednesday 22 May 2019
3:00pm - 6:00pm
Open Mornings provide prospective parents, guardians and prospective students with key information around College ethos, curriculum offerings, support systems, the College uniform and enrolment process. It also provides parents and students with the opportunity to meet and speak to the Principal and engage in a guided tour of the school. Each morning offers identical information plus morning tea.
RSVP : Please call 3893 5333 at least on week before the date you would like to attend.
Thursday 9.00 am
07 March 2019
02 May 2019
06 June 2019
25 July 2019
10 October 2019
The high school orientation day on Tuesday 10 December 2019 is an important event for all year 6 students since it supports the transition from primary school, by allowing students to meet teachers, build friendships and become familiar with school grounds and procedures. It also provides a great opportunity for parents/carers to meet with the key personnel.
The outline for the Brisbane Bayside State College orientation day is:
Arrive at the College
Meet at the Hall, student receive name tags
Principal's Welcome, Introduction of key staff, Extra-curricular information
||Parent departure plus orientation Activities |
||Morning tea - supplied |
||Lunch - bring from home or purchase from the canteen|
||Orientation activities |
||Students to be collected from hall or escorted to bus zone for pick-up|
If travelling by car you should use the lower car park and if using public transport you can plan your trip with Translink Journey Planner. On arrival at the college please walk through the front of the school to the hall.
Students must wear their current school uniform, closed in shoes and bring a sunhat. Morning tea will be supplied and students can bring their own lunch or purchase food from the canteen.
Parents and guardians are welcome to stay for the assembly where the Principal and key Junior Secondary staff will address the students. After this session all students will be involved in orientation day activities.