From the Assistant Principal

Tell Them From Me 

The opportunity to work collaboratively with parents is something that we pride ourselves on as a community, as such your feedback through the Tell Them From Me survey is crucial to ensuring that we continue to provide the very best educational opportunities for your daughter. 

The survey will remain open until next Friday, August 28 and takes approximately 15 minutes to complete. Please do not miss the opportunity to provide us with parental feedback that will be used to assist in shaping the future directions of the College. Your voice matters. 

Tell Them From Me Survey

 

Social Distancing 

Parents driving their daughters to and from school are reminded of the importance of ensuring social distancing at this time and are asked not to gather outside the school gates before or after school, most specifically in Waratah St. 

 

Staff Spirituality 

Friday 25 September, the final day of Term 3, will be a pupil free day, with the exception of some Year 11 students who will be required to undertake their Preliminary exams on this day. The timetable for these exams will be released to students shortly.  

 

School Bus Concerns

From time to time parents are in contact regarding the service delivery, provision and timing of school bus services to and from Bethany College. Unfortunately, the scheduling of school specials is beyond the control of the College. Parents who have concerns regarding the quality of service are asked to contact both myself at the College and Transport NSW directly through the https://transportnsw.info/contact-us/feedback/bus-feedback or by phone on 131 500. The safety of our girls is always our priority. Transdev takes very seriously our shared concerns and feedback, they actively seek ways to ensure a high quality of service for all its customers and respond to your concerns. 

 

 

 

Jodie Hughes

Assistant Principal