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Natasa Penna – Principal

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Banksia Park International High School provides students with a world-class, relevant and challenging curriculum delivered in a supportive and respectful learning environment. We are committed to helping students develop knowledge, high self-esteem and the dispositions and capabilities that will assist them to become successful citizens in an increasingly global context.

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At Banksia Park International High School, we pride ourselves on our Educational Programs and Opportunities for all students. However we also want the opportunity for students to grow beyond the classroom, preparing them for the future. 

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📢We are excited to introduce SchoolTV; a wellbeing initiative to support our families, community, and staff! 🌟

📺 SchoolTV is an online resource available through BPIHS to help with the challenges of modern-day parenting relating to youth mental health and wellbeing. Parenting is a learning journey and SchoolTV supports families by providing credible information from trusted professionals, along with practical strategies to help alleviate some of the challenges being faced by young people today. 

🏆 This award-winning resource helps families build relationships, foster connections, enable understanding, and break down barriers to navigate a pathway towards better mental health and wellbeing for young people. It can help start conversations on topics that can sometimes be awkward or difficult to tackle. 

👫🧍🧍‍♀️ SchoolTV is an essential part of a whole school approach to student wellbeing. Parents and caregivers are the greatest influence on a young persons life, and SchoolTV provides information and strategies to support our common goal of better wellbeing outcomes for all students. 

Explore SchoolTV today at https://bpihs.sa.schooltv.me/ or via the Parent Portal on the BPIHS website. 🌐

📢We are excited to introduce SchoolTV; a wellbeing initiative to support our families, community, and staff! 🌟

📺 SchoolTV is an online resource available through BPIHS to help with the challenges of modern-day parenting relating to youth mental health and wellbeing. Parenting is a learning journey and SchoolTV supports families by providing credible information from trusted professionals, along with practical strategies to help alleviate some of the challenges being faced by young people today.

🏆 This award-winning resource helps families build relationships, foster connections, enable understanding, and break down barriers to navigate a pathway towards better mental health and wellbeing for young people. It can help start conversations on topics that can sometimes be awkward or difficult to tackle.

👫🧍🧍‍♀️ SchoolTV is an essential part of a whole school approach to student wellbeing. Parents and caregivers are the greatest influence on a young person's life, and SchoolTV provides information and strategies to support our common goal of better wellbeing outcomes for all students.

Explore SchoolTV today at bpihs.sa.schooltv.me/ or via the Parent Portal on the BPIHS website. 🌐
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🎉 Congratulations to talented Year 8 student, Owen Hay, for his outstanding performance at the 2024 SA School Sport Secondary Swimming Championship yesterday! 🏊‍♂️ 

Owen dominated the competition, coming first in all his events and achieving some impressive personal bests. 🥇🥇🥇🥇 Notably, he achieved a Standard of Excellence in the Boys 14 years - 50m Freestyle event! 

⭐️Boys 14 years - 50m Butterfly: First Place
⭐️Boys 14 years - 50m Backstroke: First Place
⭐️Boys 14 years - 50m Freestyle: First Place (SOE: Standard of Excellence)
⭐️Boys 14 years - 100m Freestyle: First place

🏆 Way to go, Owen! Were so proud of your hard work and dedication. 

 #bpihsproud  #swimming #saschoolsports

🎉 Congratulations to talented Year 8 student, Owen Hay, for his outstanding performance at the 2024 SA School Sport Secondary Swimming Championship yesterday! 🏊‍♂️

Owen dominated the competition, coming first in all his events and achieving some impressive personal bests. 🥇🥇🥇🥇 Notably, he achieved a Standard of Excellence in the Boys 14 years - 50m Freestyle event!

⭐️Boys 14 years - 50m Butterfly: First Place
⭐️Boys 14 years - 50m Backstroke: First Place
⭐️Boys 14 years - 50m Freestyle: First Place (SOE: Standard of Excellence)
⭐️Boys 14 years - 100m Freestyle: First place

🏆 Way to go, Owen! We're so proud of your hard work and dedication#bpihsproudpr#swimmingm#SASchoolSportsports
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🏀🏆 Yesterday, our BPIHS Year 7/8 teams showed true sportsmanship and skill at The Arc Campbelltown in the SA Schools Yr 7/8 Basketball Carnival! Fielding 5 teams, one boys team secured victory in the grand final, with two other boys teams finishing 2nd overall. Our girls teams also displayed great determination, securing 3rd and 4th places in their divisions.

Congratulations to all our players for embodying the values of perseverance, integrity, unity, and respect throughout the tournament. Your hard work and teamwork was commendable!

 #BPIHSSports #Teamwork #BPIHSproud #bethebestversionofourselves 🏀🏆

🏀🏆 Yesterday, our BPIHS Year 7/8 teams showed true sportsmanship and skill at The Arc Campbelltown in the SA Schools Yr 7/8 Basketball Carnival! Fielding 5 teams, one boys' team secured victory in the grand final, with two other boys' teams finishing 2nd overall. Our girls' teams also displayed great determination, securing 3rd and 4th places in their divisions.

Congratulations to all our players for embodying the values of perseverance, integrity, unity, and respect throughout the tournament. Your hard work and teamwork was #bpihssports
#teamworkp#bpihsproudo#BeTheBestVersionOfOurselvessionofourselves 🏀🏆
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🏠🌏 Exciting Opportunity Alert! 🌏🏠

Are you ready to embark on a cultural adventure from the comfort of your own home? Join Banksia Park International High Schools Homestay Program and open your doors to an international student!

🌟 Discover New Cultures: Immerse yourself in a world of new traditions, languages, and customs, right in your own home.

👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Build Lasting Connections: Forge lifelong friendships with your student and their family, creating unforgettable memories and experiences.

🌍 Explore South Australia: Show off our beautiful state to your student, and discover hidden gems together!

Whether you host for a short term or long term, youll receive remuneration for your generosity. Join us in making a difference, one cultural exchange at a time. Contact us today to become a part of our welcoming community - Naomi - 8264 8122 or dl.1117.info@schools.sa.edu.au

#bpihs #homestay #hostfamily

🏠🌏 Exciting Opportunity Alert! 🌏🏠

Are you ready to embark on a cultural adventure from the comfort of your own home? Join Banksia Park International High School's Homestay Program and open your doors to an international student!

🌟 Discover New Cultures: Immerse yourself in a world of new traditions, languages, and customs, right in your own home.

👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Build Lasting Connections: Forge lifelong friendships with your student and their family, creating unforgettable memories and experiences.

🌍 Explore South Australia: Show off our beautiful state to your student, and discover hidden gems together!

Whether you host for a short term or long term, you'll receive remuneration for your generosity. Join us in making a difference, one cultural exchange at a time. Contact us today to become a part of our welcoming community - Naomi - 8264 8122 or dl.1117.info@schools.s#BPIHSa#homestay #HostFamilyhostfamily
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Yesterday, we kicked off Wellbeing Wednesdays at BPIHS on the admin lawns, alongside Clubs sign up day! 🎉🌟 Music filled the air, free ice blocks were handed out, and our clubs started their recruitment drive. Heres a list of the clubs we have on offer:

🌈 Alphabet
🎬 Animation Club
🎨 Art Club
🥧 Baking Club
🏀 Basketball Club
🎲 Board Game Club
☕ Coffee Club
💬 Debating Club
🎶 Dub Club
🐉 Dungeons and Dragons Club
🏋️‍♂️ Empowher Fitness Club
📚 Games and Study Club
🎌Japanese Club
💃 Just Dance Club
📖 Reading Ambassadors Club
🤖 Robotics Team
⚽ Soccer Club
🧠 Trivia Quiz
🏋️‍♂️ Weights Club

Didnt sign up yesterday? Dont worry, theres still time to join in the fun! 🌟 #BPIHS #wellbeingwednesday #clubssignup

Yesterday, we kicked off Wellbeing Wednesdays at BPIHS on the admin lawns, alongside Clubs sign up day! 🎉🌟 Music filled the air, free ice blocks were handed out, and our clubs started their recruitment drive. Here's a list of the clubs we have on offer:

🌈 Alphabet
🎬 Animation Club
🎨 Art Club
🥧 Baking Club
🏀 Basketball Club
🎲 Board Game Club
☕ Coffee Club
💬 Debating Club
🎶 Dub Club
🐉 Dungeons and Dragons Club
🏋️‍♂️ Empowher Fitness Club
📚 Games and Study Club
🎌Japanese Club
💃 Just Dance Club
📖 Reading Ambassadors Club
🤖 Robotics Team
⚽ Soccer Club
🧠 Trivia Quiz
🏋️‍♂️ Weights Club

Didn't sign up yesterday? Don't worry, there's still time to#BPIHSi#WellbeingWednesday #clubssignupdnesday #clubssignup
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On Tuesday, February 13th, students and staff gathered to commemorate the 16th anniversary of the National Apology to First Nations Peoples, specifically the Stolen Generations. Students from different year levels joined the Principal and Pirku staff to listen to Tyla Webber and Kate McEwan, our Aboriginal learners, deliver the Acknowledgement of Country and speak about the significance of the apology and how it is relevant today. The students were encouraged to think about what actions they could take to ensure that the Reconciliation Journey continues to grow and move forward for the future.

Reconciliation Australia 

#sorryday #ReconciliationActionPlan

On Tuesday, February 13th, students and staff gathered to commemorate the 16th anniversary of the National Apology to First Nations Peoples, specifically the Stolen Generations. Students from different year levels joined the Principal and Pirku staff to listen to Tyla Webber and Kate McEwan, our Aboriginal learners, deliver the Acknowledgement of Country and speak about the significance of the apology and how it is relevant today. The students were encouraged to think about what actions they could take to ensure that the Reconciliation Journey continues to grow and move forward for the future.

Reconciliation Australia

#SorryDay #ReconciliationActionPlan
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Were thrilled to share that this week, BPIHS opened its doors to our very first study tour group from Cheongju Joong Anh Girls School! 🎉🌍

Lets give a warm welcome to these bright minds who have joined us for a two-week adventure! 🌟 They bring with them a vibrant energy and a thirst for learning that is truly inspiring. 📚💡

Throughout their stay, we look forward to fostering meaningful connections, exchanging knowledge, and creating unforgettable memories together. 🤝✨

To all our students, staff, and the entire school community, lets embrace this wonderful opportunity to learn and grow together. 

 #GlobalEducation #StudyTour #CulturalExchange 🌏📚

We're thrilled to share that this week, BPIHS opened its doors to our very first study tour group from Cheongju Joong Anh Girls School! 🎉🌍

Let's give a warm welcome to these bright minds who have joined us for a two-week adventure! 🌟 They bring with them a vibrant energy and a thirst for learning that is truly inspiring. 📚💡

Throughout their stay, we look forward to fostering meaningful connections, exchanging knowledge, and creating unforgettable memories together. 🤝✨

To all our students, staff, and the entire school community, let's embrace this wonderful opportunity to learn and gro#GlobalEducationG#studytourt#culturalexchangeulturalExchange 🌏📚
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