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​​​Academic Results 2019

Our students have worked hard to achieve outstanding results in their 2019 studies. View their Academic Results 2019 (PDF, 216 KB)

School Improvement Plan 2019

The School Improvement Plan 2019 identifies student, teacher and leader practices, so that our focus on visible learning is plain for everyone. Our three focus areas are: 

  • visible progress
  • visible expertise, and 
  • visible culture. 

The links below show the full plan and posters that highlight these key practices: 

Annual Report 2018

The School Annual Report 2018 (PDF, 447 KB) details our achievements and results of 2018.

Investing for Success

Our 2019 agreement (PDF, 40 KB) details last year's Investing for Success initiative. 

In 2019, we will receive $873,615 under the Government’s Investing for Success initiative. Our agreement provides an outline of how this funding was, and continues to be, used to improve student outcomes.

My School website

The My School website provides statistical and contextual information about almost 9,500 Australian schools.

Quadrennial School Review 2016

State Schools conduct a Quadrennial School Review (PDF, 363 KB) every four years to:

  • review the school's strategic performance
  • produce the next Strategic Plan 
  • bring the school community together in this common purpose.

Strategic Plan 2017-2020

Our Strategic Plan is a strategic and aspirational document that sets a broad direction for the next four years.   

The BSHS Strategic Plan 2017-2020 (PDF, 722 KB) outlines the school's philosophy and the key focus on visible learning.

It also includes key strategies and success indicators for:

  • visible progress;
  • visible expertise; and
  • visible culture.

Strategic Plan Video

Fursden Road Playing Fields Development

The Master Plan for the Fursden Road playing fields (PDF, 134KB), Carina, is now complete. The development has been undertaken through a consultative process with interested parties representing the Parents and Citizens Association and its sub-committees, our Directors of Sports, Masters in Charge of sports who utilise the fields, as well as members of the School Executive body.