Newsletters

Wednesday 7 September

September 8th, 2011

Dear College Community,

Due to a technical glitch with our website, we were unable to send the newsletter out last night.

This week we cover:

  • Father and Sons Breakfast 
  • Leo’s Riverfire event
  • Co-curricular photographs on Friday 9 September
  • Carnival Day on Friday 16 September – free dress (gold coin donation)
  • Sporting fixtures.

Wednesday 31 August

August 31st, 2011

Dear Parents and College Community,
This week we cover:

  • Book week
  • Tournament of Minds
  • QCS – Seniors Students
  • Year 3 Camp
  • Riverfire at MBBC this Saturday 3 September
  • Veolia Bus Strike Thursday 1 September
  • Sports fixtures


Wednesday 24 August, 2011

August 25th, 2011

Dear Parents and College Community,

This week we cover:

  • All things science
  • MBBC wins the first round of Maths Masters
  • Upcoming Father and Sons breakfast on September 2
  • Sporting fixtures


Wednesday 17 August

August 16th, 2011

Dear Parents and College Community,

This week we cover:

  • Science night
  • Year 1 exploring Dioramas
  • Year 8 is great!
  • Senior studies
  • Sporting heroes and fixtures

Wednesday August 10

August 10th, 2011

Dear Parents and College Community,

Please be aware there is another Veolia bus strike scheduled for this Friday 12 August. This will only affect services running in the morning and afternoon services will be as normal. MBC and MBBC have arranged a Mt Gravatt shuttle bus to run from Wynnnum Central Train Station to both Colleges

In the newsletter this week we cover:

  • Open Day this Friday for MBC and MBBC please spread the word to your friends and family – schools are open for tours from 9am – 12 midday.
  • Bus strike – Veolia – services cut on Friday morning 12 August
  • Science week commences next week!
  • Sports stars and sporting fixtures
  • Flu caution

Wednesday 3 August

August 3rd, 2011

Dear Parents and College community,

This week we cover:

  • A successful tree planting afternoon
  • Upcoming Family Science night
  • Cybersafety Parents information evening
  • Open Day next Friday
  • Sports report

 

Wednesday 27 July

July 27th, 2011

Dear Parents and College Community,

This week we cover:

  • Open Day – two weeks away – an invitation to all families and community
  • Whole School Assembly next Thursday at 8.30am
  • Tree planting this Friday – all families invited
  • Sports stars – MBBC boy makes state side

Wednesday 20 July

July 21st, 2011

Dear Families and MBBC Community,

If you happened to miss the email sent to all families yesterday, please be aware that Veolia bus services are planning to strike this Thursday 21 and Friday morning of 22 July. All of Veolia bus services will cease. MBBC will ferry students from Manly railway station to the College and a return shuttle will take students to the station at the end of the day. See this link for shuttle times.

In this weeks newsletter we cover:

  • Parent Teacher interviews
  • Study tips for our seniors
  • CIC Sporting fixtures commence this weekend
  • Camp overview

Wednesday 13 July

July 14th, 2011

Dear Families and MBBC Community,

In this weeks newsletter we cover:

  • Welcome from Ms Jennifer Haynes – Principal of MBBC and MBC
  • Welcome to new staff and students for Term 3
  • IB accreditation granted for our Primary Years Program
  • Exciting news about a third Year 8 class to be offered next year
  • Parent Teacher Interview booking procedure
  • Co-curricular for Term 3

Wednesday 15 June

June 15th, 2011

Dear College Community,

This week we cover:

  • P&F Farewell to Dr Crouch
  • Senior Jerseys are available to order – deadline today
  • Maths Team Challenge tomorrow – bring your calculator
  • IB Authorisation Visit
  • Performance Assembly last day of Term –  Friday 17 June
    commencing at 8.30am. Parents welcome to attend.
  • Prep – Year 3 Interhouse Athletics – Friday 17 June
    on the oval at MBBC from 12.30pm.
  • Sports photographs have been postponed until Term 3.
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