Volume 12 - 22 Sep 2020

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Dear Parents, Carers and Friends of Bethany,

Each year the Bishops across Australia release a joint statement on applicable issues for the year ahead in relation to social justice. Below is a copy of the prayer from the prayer card released by the Bishops. This year, the focus is on mental health, an area that touches each of us in different ways. I invite you to pray the prayer below and to use the link below the prayer to read the Social Justice Statement for this year. Our society is in desperate need for greater resourcing in the area of mental health. At Bethany, it would be fair to say that mental health issues are a key factor in students being able to achieve their best at school and is never far from being a focus in how we teach and relate to our girls.

 

Jesus, you invite us all into the fullness of life. 

May we support one another to flourish in body, mind and spirit. 

Strengthen our commitment to ensure that nobody falls through gaps in our systems of care. 

People called you mad. 

Help us to recognise you in those who suffer mental ill-health today. 

Show us how to eliminate stigmatisation of mental ill-health from our parishes, schools, communities and organisations. 

You drew near to those who were suffering in body or mind. 

May we too feel your nearness when we struggle with mental health challenges. 

May we be one as members of Your Body. 

You invite us to share in your ministry of love and true compassion. 

May we be empowered by your Spirit to reach out to all people in need. 

May we build communities of welcome and inclusion. 

Amen

Office for Social Justice

https://socialjustice.catholic.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Social-Justice-Statement-2020-WEB.pdf

 

Year 12 Principal’s Awards

Shae Acevski

Isabella Awad

Lingge Bai

Lara Ball

Zoe Ball

Alessia Colagiuri

Selina Colagiuri

Monique Cost-Chretien

Sophie Gallagher

Jolly Grace

Maxine Hakeem

Danielle Kyriacou

Georgia Marks

Serafina Paletto

Serena Pham

Isabella Staninovski

 

 


Graduating Class of 2020

 

Congratulations to our graduating class of 2020. This year’s graduation was unique in that it was live streamed to the parents of Year 12 students. In these unusual times even though as an entire community we have not been able to celebrate physically together, I know that all Year 12 parents have been proud of their daughter’s achievements in finalising their high school journey. We have been extremely proud of how Year 12 have shown resilience this year and have been open to circumstances beyond their control. Whilst not quite the same, Year 12 Graduation Day was a memorable and proud day for the College. We wish Year 12 well in the weeks ahead as they prepare for their final examinations. I hope you enjoy the photos below of the 2020 Graduation Day.

 

 

On Wednesday I will be taking Long Service Leave and will be returning at the beginning of Week 3 next term. During this time, Mrs Hughes will be the Acting Principal and Mrs Kennaugh the Acting Assistant Principal. I thank each of these outstanding leaders for embracing this new opportunity and wish them well.

As we draw towards the end of term, I would like to thank all parents, carers and students for the care that is taken to be educated at Bethany. Our students have had to endure various changes to curriculum, parents, endless communications from the College to keep abreast of changes and staff planning the changes. This can be quite tiresome and I hope that there is time in the school holiday break to rest, rejuvenate and then plan for the wonderful challenge of Term 4. I pray that each of you stay safe, healthy and happy. At this stage restrictions that have been in place for Term 3 will remain for Term 4 until further notice.

 

Have a wonderful holiday.

 

Robyn Rodwell

College Principal

 

 

From the Assistant Principal

Social Media Use 

The holidays are typically a time when young people spend more time on their devices and social media accounts, much of this is unsupervised. The eSafety commissioner has some excellent resources to assist parents in keeping up to date with the newest social media platforms, a link to which can be found here. Additionally, the eSafety commissioner has developed a series of tips for parents to help limit young people’s exposure to harmful content online these include:

  • Engage in your child’s online activities – ask what apps, sites and games they’re using and make sure they’re age-appropriate
  • Use parental controls on devices to help limit what your child is exposed to
  • Help them report and block upsetting content they see on social media sites or apps
  • Let them know they can come to you about anything upsetting they see online
  • Sharing of account details                                        

(https://www.esafety.gov.au/parents )

Travel to and from school 

Families are reminded that girls are expected to go directly home and are not to be loitering at local shopping centres or fast food outlets in their College uniform. The exception to this is when they are accompanied by a parent or guardian. Students wearing the College uniform are expected to to behave in a manner that is aligned to our Bethany values. 

Summer Uniform 

Students return to school in Term 4 in their summer uniform Please ensure that your daughter’s uniform is knee length. Students are not permitted to return to school with eyelash extensions, additional piercings, nail polish or acrylic nails. 

I wish you and your daughters a restful and enjoyable break. I look forward to seeing the girls at the start of our final term for the year. A reminder that students return to school for Term 4 on Monday October 12. 

 

 

Jodie Hughes

Assistant Principal

Bethany Day (Spring Carnival)

The 1st September brought the first day of spring and although we had no “Bethany Day” to celebrate this year, we still had a fantastic mufti day, The theme was “Spring Carnival” and lots of students joined in and dressed according to the theme- even the teachers dressed up!

The day also included a Pastoral Care lesson where each homeroom voted for the best dressed Bethany girl and then participated in a Bethany trivia competition. Through the magic of technology the whole school connected via Zoom where the best dressed students were announced. 

The canteen had lots of treats on sale for the day and students were able to enjoy a fun spring picnic with their friends. It was great witnessing the Bethany spirit in action!

 

 

Rachael Colreavy

Student Leadership Facilitator

 

Year 9ENGLISH.2 Poetry Work

In our Year 9 English class, with the guidance of Mr Laguzza, we have been studying Steven Herrick’s poetic novel, The Simple Gift, learning about the art of slam poetry. We have created multiple pieces, incorporating techniques, morals, and messages about the simple gifts in life, sharing a message through our own poems.

Poetry has enabled us to evoke messages or experiences in creative ways. We’ve been able to convey specific emotions (happiness/sadness/anger) through language techniques to convey personal experiences in a fun and exciting way through rhyming, rhythm, and sound.

Poetry has allowed us to look deeper into texts and find meaning. While reading The Simple Gift, our class has realized to appreciate the little things in life. We’ve learned the purpose of different literary devices and how they evoke specific meanings.

Poetry has had a very positive impact on students’ social and emotional learning. It has offered us a new way of thinking and expressing feelings. Poetry is also very fun to learn, as it gives students a break from the usual essays.

So far this has been an extremely enjoyable topic and has been very different from the usual tasks and topics we have studied. Our class has been able to learn a lot through poetry and have been happy to learn about this part of English.

 

 

 

HSC Visual Arts 2020

In the HSC Visual Arts course, students work on developing a Body of Work as part of the HSC examination. This journey starts in Term 4, as students develop their initial concepts and ideas about their artwork and start thinking about the medium in which they would like to work.  The Body of Work is conceived of and executed by the student and the teacher facilitates the creation of the work through the course of the year. As they start to settle on their ideas, they start to experiment and test out their ideas. By Term 1 most students had commenced working on their Body of Work, putting their plans into action, working diligently to build their artworks. Along the way we’ve had a few hiccups, a few students who decided to pivot in a totally new direction or make subtle shifts to their ideas. Remote learning made this process more challenging, as students worked on their artworks at home and we used videos and photos to communicate and provide feedback. However, in true Bethany spirit the girls persevered and their progress was not too severely impacted by their time remote learning.

The purpose of the Body of Work is for students to demonstrate their understanding of artmaking as a practice and to represent their ideas and interests through their interpretation of their chosen subject matter. Whilst the works are incredibly diverse, a few themes have emerged. Students have examined their ideas around cultural identity, family and relationships (including sisters and grandparents), identity and attitudes towards notions of self and national and global issues (including the bushfire crisis, the COVID19 pandemic and the impact of technology on human life). Student works will be available to view online via a virtual exhibition site with details to be released soon.

The achievements of Yr 12 Visual Arts students deserve to be celebrated and recognised amongst the Bethany College community. They have persevered despite some of the most significant challenges ever to have faced a Yr 12 cohort. The works they have produced are of an outstanding quality and each student should be proud of the dedication, technical skill, conceptual depth and resilience they have demonstrated through this journey. I sincerely congratulate them all and I am so proud to have been their teacher this year. Well done Yr 12 Visual Arts 2020.

 

Gemma Baldwin

Year 12 Visual Arts Teacher

White Matter by Emily Hughes 

 

 

Australian Resilience: From the Ashes, by Zoe Ball

Flesh vs Wires by Chelsea Badolato

 

Papou “Janus” – A faded memory, by Amber Lazos

 

 

There’s Never Been a Hotter Time To Travel – See It Before It’s Gone!, by Serafina Paletto

 

PDHPE and Sports Department News

Last week, year 11 PDHPE students and the year 12 Entertainment class participated in a Royal Life Saving First Aid Course. This is part of a preliminary unit of work; First Aid.

The day provided them with a further opportunity to cement their understanding of the first aid concepts learnt in class and develop their knowledge in a practical environment.  A main part of this course is to learn how to resuscitate a person (adult & baby) who is no longer breathing, learn the signs and symptoms of a range of first aid situations and how to bandage / splint for breaks and dislocations. By undertaking this course they are now qualified to treat people in a range of first aid situations. The girls enjoyed the day and although we hope this knowledge does not have to be used too often, it can hopefully relieve any stress when you know how to handle the situation.  

 

 

 

 

Recreational sport for Term 4, 2020

As a result of revised COVID-19 guidelines for schools, we have amended the structure of Thursday sport.  We have been advised to avoid year groups mixing with each other wherever possible.

In Term 4 students will engage in sport with their own year group each week, rotating through a different sport every 3 weeks with their Core Class group. Please refer to the schedule below for these rotations.

 

YEAR 7

CORE

CLASS

Week 1, 2, 3

Week 4, 5, 6

Week 7, 8, 9

7M

Netball

Chisholm & Yallunga Court

Carss Park Walking

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Hula Hooping

Penola Court

7I

Just Dance

Bethany College

Zumba

Yallunga Hall

7N

Carss Park Walking

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Netball

Chisholm & Yallunga Court

7D

Zumba

Yallunga Hall

Just Dance

Bethany College

7S

Hula Hooping

Penola Court

Carss Park Walking

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

7E

Zumba

Yallunga Hall

Hula Hooping

Penola Court

7T

Just Dance

Bethany College

Netball

Chisholm & Yallunga Court

 

 

YEAR 8

CORE CLASS

Wk 1,2,3

Wk 4,5,6

Wk 7,8,9

8M

Ultimate Frisbee

Claydon Reserve, Sans Souci

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Archery, AS Tanner Reserve, Monterey

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Oatley – Como Walk

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

8I

Yoga

Bethany College

Dance for Fun

Bethany College

8N

Beach Volleyball, Brighton Beach

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Ultimate Frisbee

Claydon Reserve, Sans Souci

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Archery, AS Tanner Reserve, Monterey

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

8D

Archery, AS Tanner Reserve, Monterey

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Yoga

Bethany College

8S

Dance for Fun

Bethany College

Beach Volleyball, Brighton Beach

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Ultimate Frisbee

Claydon Reserve, Sans Souci

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

8E

Oatley – Como Walk

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Dance for Fun

Bethany College

8T

Yoga

Bethany College

Oatley – Como Walk

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Beach Volleyball, Brighton Beach

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

 

 

 

YEAR 9

CORE

CLASS

Wk 1,2,3

Wk 4,5,6

Wk 7,8,9

9.G

Fitness in the Park, Bell Park, Hurstville

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Brighton walking

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Oztag

Quarry Reserve, Hurstville

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

9.R

Oztag

Quarry Reserve, Hurstville

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Fitness in the Park, Bell Park, Hurstville

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

9.O

Fitness in the Park, Bell Park, Hurstville

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Brighton walking

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

9.W

Brighton walking

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Aerobics

Bethany College

Oztag

Quarry Reserve, Hurstville

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

9.T

Oztag

Quarry Reserve, Hurstville

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Aerobics

Bethany College

9.H

Aerobics

Bethany College

Brighton walking

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

 

 

 

YEAR 10

CORE

CLASS

Wk 1,2,3

Wk 4,5,6

Wk 7,8,9

10.M

AFL

Evatt Park, Bexley

Walking to and from the venue

Oztag

The Green, Kyle Bay

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Croot Park walking, Hurstville

Walking to and from the venue

10.I

Grooming and Deportment

Bethany College

10.N

Tennis Rockdale

Illawarra Tennis Court, Rockdale

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

AFL

Evatt Park, Bexley

Walking to and from the venue

Oztag

The Green, Kyle Bay

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

10.D

Grooming and Deportment

Bethany College

10.S

Oztag

The Green, Kyle Bay

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

Tennis Rockdale

Illawarra Tennis Court, Rockdale

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

AFL

Evatt Park, Bexley

Walking to and from the venue

10.E

Croot Park walking, Hurstville

Walking to and from the venue

10.T

Croot Park walking, Hurstville

Walking to and from the venue

Grooming and Deportment

Bethany College

Tennis Rockdale

Illawarra Tennis Court, Rockdale

Travelling by bus to and from the venue

 

Michelle Barrass

PDHPE Coordinator

 

For Health, Happiness and Holiday Fun ….. Try a book

Research proves that reading has many benefits beyond increasing vocabulary. Reading can reduce stress, help you sleep better, strengthen your brain and help with depression. The College Library has acquired a number of new books that are available for borrowing over the upcoming holidays. Check out some of the new releases on the link.

 

Inside this beautifully illustrated and psychologist-reviewed book, Turia explores how to build self-confidence and self-belief, get through hard times, re-frame the way you see your life and your challenges, set and get big goals and create a great  support crew.It’s basically a teen’s guide to a resilient mindset and a positive  life! You can find it in the Non-Fiction section of the library.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Set in 1950’s Mississippi, this is the story of two young mothers, Hazel and Vida – one wealthy and white and the other poor and black – who have only two things in common: the devastating loss of their children, and a deep and abiding loathing for one another. You can find this in the Fiction part of the library.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For all of the Twilight fans, the new book adding to the saga, Midnight Sun is now available in the library! When Edward Cullen and Bella Swan met in Twilight, an iconic love story was born. But until now, fans have heard only Bella’s side of the story. At last, readers can experience Edward’s version in the long-awaited companion novel, Midnight Sun. This can be found in the Series part of the library

 

 

 

 

 

 

Books can take you on a wonderful journey to one of life’s most elusive and hard-won freedoms, freedom from the ego. Here is a book about the sheer joy of living, exploring forty texts that can enrich us in all manner of ways. It contains a mix of Harry Potter, Lao Tzu, poetry and memoirs. You can find it in the Non Fiction shelves of the Library.

 

 

 

This novel is based on the true story of Lale and Gita Sokolov, two Slovakian Jews, who survived Auschwitz and eventually made their home in Australia. In that terrible place, Lale was given the job of tattooing the prisoners marked for survival – literally scratching numbers into his fellow victims’ arms in indelible ink to create what would become one of the most potent symbols of the Holocaust. This book can be found in the Biography shelves of the library.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Can’t wait till Christmas? This anthology features twelve stories set during the winter months. Each story is told separately and is about a different pair of characters falling in love in different holiday settings. If you love holiday stories, holiday movies and if you love holiday anthologies, you’re going to fall in love with My True Love Gave To Me: Twelve Holiday Stories. You can find this in the short stories section of the library.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Reviews are by Sophia Mihas of Year 10

 

 

Curriculum News

This is a very busy time for curriculum in the College as Year 12 finish courses in preparation for the HSC. Year 11 are now completing exams and about to move into being the new College leaders and commence their Year 12 studies. Our 2021 planning is well underway with current Year 8 and Year 10 students choosing their study programs.  Staff are continuing to work in professional development with staff working across a number of areas that are tied together by the need for feedback, whether that be from data, their peers or the students. The aim then is to have this inform programming and teaching in 2021 and beyond. In these challenging times it is great to see our students staying committed to producing their best and growing as learners.

 

Gregg Conroy

Leader of Learning

R U OK? Day

Thursday 10th September 2020, Australians acknowledged the importance of checking in on the mental health of others through national ‘R U OK?’ Day. Although important every year, 2020 has been a challenging year for everyone and circumstances have made it even more important for us all to stay connected.

‘R U OK?’ day spreads awareness about the importance of not only asking others if they are okay, but listening to what they have to say, encouraging them to take action and continually checking in with them.  

The message for 2020 is ‘There’s more to say after R U ok?’. To celebrate this year’s theme, the College ran a competition to find the best and most creative conversation starters. It was great to see the enthusiasm of the students through the many entries received.  The winners of the R U OK? Day conversation starters were:

1st place Marianne Sarmiento (Year 9)

2nd place: Margaret Sarmiento (Year 9)

3rd place: Elizabeth Mabbutt (Year 11)

Remember: A conversation could change a life

 

By Abby Bennett – Wellbeing Prefect

Careers News

UAC News on Dates

A reminder that following the announcement by NESA that HSC results will be released at 6am Friday 18 December, some of UAC’s key dates for Year 12s have changed as follows:

  • ATARs released: 9am Friday 18 December
  • Deadline for changing preferences for December Round 2: midnight Saturday 19 December
  • December Round 2 offers released: 7.30am Wednesday 23 December.

 

Free UCAT Bootcamp 

Please visit MedEntry.edu.au under “Free Resources” tab. Available to parents, Year 10-11 students and Careers Advisers. In this session, Dr Ray, Gastroenterologist & Hepatologist, Monash University academic, covers sample UCAT test, medical interviews, admission process, life as a medical student, and career as a doctor. Watch from the comfort, convenience & security of your own home at any time.

Attention UCAT 2020 Candidates – Head-start Interview Preparation 

Attention UCAT candidates who are expecting to receive an interview offer for the Undergraduate Medical School. NIE is conducting ‘Medical Interviews and Communication Skills Workshop’. Choice of ‘Face-to-Face’ or ‘Live Online Interactive’ classes. Book early to avoid the disappointment of missing out. Details are via www.nie.edu.au or call (02) 4367 0404 / 0412 439 115 / enquiries@nie.edu.au

 

UTS Entry Pathway Through Aptitude Assessment

Registration closes midnight 22 September 2020

Tuesday 29 September 202010:00 am

Free to do. The aptitude assessment is an opportunity for students to demonstrate their potential, and possibly secure an offer to study at UTS Science. The assessment is designed to assess your analytical and critical thinking skills. It is a general knowledge based assessment and there is no need to study for it.

https://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/science/essential-information/application-info-and-fees/entry-pathway-through-aptitude-assessment

 

UTS Women In Engineering, IT, Construction 10 Adjustment Points

Girls if you have applied for selected engineering, information technology or construction project management courses, you may be eligible to receive 10 adjustment points.  These adjustment points are automatically applied (no additional application required) and contribute to your selection rank.

https://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/undergraduate/admission-requirements/admissions-schemes/specific-study-area-schemes/women-engineering-it-and-construction

 

UNSW Medicine

Medicine Application Portal (MAP) applications close on Wednesday, 30 September – any changes to applications need to be completed before this deadline.

Important dates: Your application to study medicine at UNSW requires several steps. Make sure you review our Application Process as well as the key dates below to ensure you complete all the requirements. 

Click here:

Application portal here:

https://apply.med.unsw.edu.au/

 

UNSW Bachelor of Aviation (Flying) New Requirement

All flying applicants must submit an internal application form, which are available from the School of Aviation on request. Please return the completed form to the School of Aviation, before the end of September. Late applications may be considered.

Click here for more information.

 

University of Sydney Major in Urban Studies
The Urban Studies major will equip you with the skills to understand the complexity of cities, deal with urban issues and challenge you to think about the relationship between understanding cities and city-making by exposing you to a range of critical approaches and professional practices vital to urban life.

https://www.sydney.edu.au/content/courses/subject-areas/major/urban-studies.html?tc=edm|stud|mc-student|edu-staff-hss|%20|

 

Macquarie Market Month – Bringing Macquarie University to you!
When: 4-7pm every Tuesday and Thursday of September
Where: Online through Zoom 
Students can book a 20-minute online chat-session via the below link.

Register now to secure your place.

*By registering for this event, you agree to receive info and be the first to know about early entry, scholarships, key dates and much more.

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/macquarie-market-month-registration-116180648447

 

Discover Western – Making Informed Decisions: Explore careers and areas of interest, entry into University options and more.

Tuesday 22 September at 6pm
Audience: Year 10-12 students, teachers, parents

https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/future/student-life/events/western-webinars.html

Register here:

https://wsustudents.au1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0IGbPXACbj1wTDT

 

Western Sydney U Day

Friday 20 November 2020

Campbelltown Campus

Western Sydney U Day provides the opportunity for Year 10 and 11 high school students to experience a day on a Western Sydney University campus.

The event will allow high school students to speak with current University students and academic staff, experience the range of courses available at Western Sydney University through interactive workshops and presentations, learn about scholarships, The Academy, pathway programs and further opportunities to pursue their aspirations.

https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/future/student-life/events/western-sydney-u-day.html

Register here:

https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/form/register_your_interest_for_undergraduate_study_at_western?western-u-day

 

Western Sydney University Open Day on Replay 

The live virtual Open Day took place on 15-16 August. Explore now and view on replay. Watch course focused presentations and chats and experience highlights across the campuses in the event stream on demand. There is information on HSC True Reward Early Offer Program, entry pathways, student services, scholarships and more. Fore more information: 

https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/openday.html

 

Register now for Study @ ACU! 

Check-out the regular sessions being held online to have all your questions about studying at ACU answered. Get helpful advice on how to apply, find out more about non-traditional pathways to uni, explore your postgraduate study options and hear from students about what life is really like at ACU. 

https://www.acu.edu.au/about-acu/events/study-at-acu

 

Pathways to UOW

UOW pathways programs will prepare you for university study and set you up to succeed.

https://www.uowcollege.edu.au/study/high-school/

and

https://coursefinder.uow.edu.au/uow-college/pathways/index.html

 

The University of Sydney – Guaranteed ATAR

Select your UAC preferences with confidence

To help you make informed decisions and provide transparency, USyd has published a guide to ATAR and IB scores that guarantee admission to most of their courses.

To be offered a place in a guaranteed-ATAR course, list the course as your highest eligible preference when you apply. If you meet the guaranteed ATAR or equivalent International Baccalaureate (IB) score and any other non-ATAR admission criteria for your selected course (including mathematics prerequisites if applicable), then you will be eligible to receive an offer of admission.

https://www.sydney.edu.au/study/how-to-apply/undergraduate/guaranteed-atar.html

 

ACU Year 12 Revision Seminars

If you’re worried about your Year 12 exams, ACU can help.

They are offering free online webinars to help you revise and prepare for your exams. Students can choose from  English, maths, business studies, biology, PDHPE, legal studies, religion and IT webinars. Register here.

 

Scholarships at TAFE NSW

 Apply for a scholarship to study at TAFE NSW.

 Every year TAFE awards hundreds of scholarships to students, for information go to,

https://www.tafensw.edu.au/enrol/payment-funding/scholarships

 

Book an ACU Guided Visit now

ACU’s capped guided visits are available for bookings now. This great opportunity gives students the chance to view each of the ACU campuses and check out the great facilities, while keeping up with social distancing and COVID-19 safe practices. Register here: 

www.acu.edu.au/campus-tours

 

The Hotel School Information Session

22 September 5pm webinar

  • Find out more about course and flexible degree options
  • Hear about our student life studying

Live chat will be available to have your questions answered by experts, course advisors and student ambassadors, plus gain access to a multitude of online resources and videos.

https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/the-hotel-school-information-webinar-tickets-119371917619

 

Free HSC Study Sessions 

Join the Free HSC Study Sessions run by highly qualified teachers and HSC markers online from 6 – 9 October, to assist with final HSC preparation. For further information, visit the HSC Study Sessions page. 

https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/form/hsc_study_sessions_expression_of_interest_form.

 

Stephen Donlan

Careers Advisor

 

 

 

 

 

Bethany College Hurstville Facebook Page

Bethany College now has an official Facebook page. We welcome you to like, comment and share our posts with others.
Please search Bethany College Hurstville on Facebook.

 

 

Uniform Shop Update