- How many students attend Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School?
- Which years are the “entry points” at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School?
- What are the fees and charges?
- How will my Application for Enrolment form be processed?
- At what year levels can my child board at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School?
- How are Year 7 students transitioned into Secondary School?
- Do you offer non-academic pathways?
- What challenge and extension opportunities does the School provide?
- What languages does Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School offer?
- Do you have Before and After School Care programmes?
- Do you provide scholarships? How do I apply?
- Do you welcome parental involvement in the School?
Approximately 250 in Primary (Kindergarten to Year 6) and 600 in Secondary (Year 7 to Year 12).
Kindergarten, Year 4, Year 7, Year 10 and Year 11. Places are offered in chronological order of receipt of Application for Enrolment forms, with priority offered to families who have a current or previous affiliation to the School, or to families whose children require residential accommodation.
Please visit our Tuition and Fees page: http://www.bcgs.wa.edu.au/tuition-fees
Places are offered in chronological order of receipt of Application for Enrolment forms, with priority offered to families who have a current or previous affiliation to the School, or to families whose children require residential accommodation.
Students can board from Years 7 to 12.
The Year 7 Centre at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School provides a gradual and guided transition from the Primary environment to the greater independence of Secondary School. Enjoying purpose-uilt learning areas, dedicated recreational space and access to all Secondary School has to offer, our Year 7 students can acclimatise at their own pace. Staffed by specialist Year 7 teachers, our unique and well-established program offers high quality, differentiated teaching and learning and develops an awareness of Secondary School expectations, whilst at the same time providing students the support and security to establish close bonds within their social groups and a larger year level.
Absolutely. At Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School, we offer a vibrant and exciting Vocational Education pogram. Our students have the opportunity to study ATAR and General courses alongside working to achieve Certificate courses. This is supported with opportunities for work placement in the areas of interest for each student. We acknowledge that each student is different and has their own aspirations and interests; therefore, we work with each individual to plan a personalised academic program for their two senior years. Learn more about our Vocational and Education Training (VET) programme: https://www.bcgs.wa.edu.au/portal/careers-and-vet-programmes
We offer a comprehensive Challenge and Extension program which reflects current best practice in the education of gifted learners. Its strength lies in its capacity to individualise and tailor learning opportunities to the interests and developmental needs of students as they progress through the School. We have a Kindergarten to Year 12 approach to talent development, which encompasses a set of enrichment and extension opportunities that focus on the individual needs of students at different phases of education.
French is taught in Primary School while French and Japanese are offered in Secondary from Year 7 to Year 12.
Yes we offer both Before and After School Care within the School's grounds. We also offer Vacation Care. Please view our Out of School Care page: http://www.bcgs.wa.edu.au/enrolments/after-school-care
Yes, however, scholarships vary each year. For the most recent information and to apply, visit our Scholarships page: http://www.bcgs.wa.edu.au/scholarships
Yes, through our Parents & Friends' Association (P&F) or through canteen volunteering, classroom visits and accompanying excursions. You can learn more about the activities of our P&F by visiting our Parents & Friends page: http://www.bcgs.wa.edu.au/parents-and-friends-association