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In a vibrant display of democracy in action, secondary students participated in the process of electing their next school captain! After attentively listening to speeches delivered by their Year 12 peers, secondary students participated in voting for their next school captains.   A group of students then counted the votes, knowing that their choices would...
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In a heartwarming display of community spirit and inclusivity, our Transition Team supported by senior students, organised a post-School Expo designed to showcase a myriad of services and pathway options for both their peers and the ASD community. With meticulous planning and boundless enthusiasm, the School’s Hall was transformed into a bustling hub of exploration...
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As the schooling years draw to a close for Year 12 Students, the anticipation among this cohort reaches its peak, where each graduating student takes to the lectern and deliver their meticulously crafted speeches before an audience of peers and proud parents. Following the heartfelt speeches, a symbolic gesture takes place as each graduate receives...
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Every year in April, Bulleen Heights School celebrates World Autism Month by holding our annual ‘Hoodie Up’ Day which promotes understanding, acceptance and inclusion of Autism. Students and Staff alike don on Hoodies in solidarity with students who can be particularly sensitive to and overwhelmed by certain types of sensory stimuli. Being able to block...
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At Bulleen Heights School Harmony Day is a celebration of diversity and unity. Students and staff adorned themselves in an array of traditional costumes or the radiant hue of orange, symbolizing inclusivity and respect for all. The day commenced with a warm welcome extended to parents, who joined classrooms for a shared morning tea with...
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As the Primary schooling years draw to a close for Year 6 Students, the anticipation among this cohort reaches its peak, where each graduating student takes to the lectern and deliver their meticulously crafted speeches before an audience of peers and proud parents. Following the heartfelt speeches, a symbolic gesture takes place as each graduate...
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One of Australia’s most important national occasions, ANZAC Day goes beyond the anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli in 1915. It is the day in which we remember all Australians who served and died in all wars and operational service past and present. Every year, students from a range of local schools attend the Schools...
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The primary school captain vote count resulted in Gavin being announced as the school captain, with Titan being named as the vice school captain, promoting student leadership, voice and agency.
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Secondary students accessing their community and public transport learn valuable, transferable, academic and life skills, such as time management, independence, and problem-solving, enhancing their agency.
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