Banksia Park International High School

educating for global futures

commitment
to learning
& personal
development

respect & responsibility
for each other,
our environment & ourselves

global
citizenship
& world class
standards

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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Were you able to show your support for change through the City of Tea Tree Gully’s Big White Ribbon #cttgbigwhiteribbon?

BPIHS is committed to creating a safe community that stands together to say no to all forms of domestic and family violence, and fosters a culture of respectful relationships.  Last week, the Tea Tree Gully Council hosted inspiring speakers from White Ribbon Australia and Zahra Foundation before inviting members of the community to create a 20 metre white ribbon in Civic Park to raise awareness about domestic and family violence.  It was a timely event, drawing our attention to the prevalence of family and domestic violence in all communities, including our own.  By using primary prevention strategies like education, we can help break the cycle of domestic and family violence and strive for a community where all women and children are safe.  

Check out https://www.whiteribbon.org.au/helplines/ for support services and https://bpihs.sa.schooltv.me/newsletter/respectful-relationships to support conversations with your young people about respectful relationships. 

If you would like to talk to a member of the BPIHS wellbeing team, then please contact Nicole Pamula.

Were you able to show your support for change through the City of Tea Tree Gully’s Big White Ribbon #cttgbigwhiteribbon?

BPIHS is committed to creating a safe community that stands together to say no to all forms of domestic and family violence, and fosters a culture of respectful relationships. Last week, the Tea Tree Gully Council hosted inspiring speakers from White Ribbon Australia and Zahra Foundation before inviting members of the community to create a 20 metre white ribbon in Civic Park to raise awareness about domestic and family violence. It was a timely event, drawing our attention to the prevalence of family and domestic violence in all communities, including our own. By using primary prevention strategies like education, we can help break the cycle of domestic and family violence and strive for a community where all women and children are safe.

Check out www.whiteribbon.org.au/helplines/ for support services and bpihs.sa.schooltv.me/newsletter/respectful-relationships to support conversations with your young people about respectful relationships.

If you would like to talk to a member of the BPIHS wellbeing team, then please contact Nicole Pamula.With a thunderstorm on the way, we're wrapping up our #CTTGBigWhiteRibbon project this afternoon.

Our heartfelt thanks to everyone who helped us made a big artistic statement against domestic and family violence. We loved connecting with you, hearing your stories and seeing you make a stand 💙

The project was part of White Ribbon Australia’s 16 days of activism. bit.ly/3R9r1BX
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🥞 Celebrating 20 Years of Pancake Service! 🎉
A heartfelt thank you to the amazing ‘Gully Church Pancake Team’ for two decades of dedicated service to our Students Breakfast Program! 🙌🥞

Check out these delightful snapshots from this mornings celebration 📸✨ 

We express our gratitude to these incredible volunteers who have made a positive impact on our school community. 🌟🥞

#Gratitude #Community #VolunteerAppreciation #BPIHS

Gully Church

🥞 Celebrating 20 Years of Pancake Service! 🎉
A heartfelt thank you to the amazing ‘Gully Church Pancake Team’ for two decades of dedicated service to our Students Breakfast Program! 🙌🥞

Check out these delightful snapshots from this morning's celebration 📸✨

We express our gratitude to these incredible volunteers who have made a positive impact on our school community. 🌟🥞

#Gratitude #Community #VolunteerAppreciation #BPIHS

Gully Church
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🎉 Congratulations to one of year 11 students, Cameron Tidd, the youngest Australian team member at the 2023 Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships being held in Birmingham this week. Overcoming a back injury, hes shown remarkable perseverance and dedication.Your achievements make us proud, Cameron! 🇦🇺 #Inspiration #TeamAustralia #banksiaproud 

FIG World Trampoline Championships 2023

🎉 Congratulations to one of year 11 students, Cameron Tidd, the youngest Australian team member at the 2023 Trampoline Gymnastics World Championships being held in Birmingham this week. Overcoming a back injury, he's shown remarkable perseverance and dedication.Your achievements make us proud, Cameron! 🇦🇺 #Inspiration #TeamAustralia #banksiaproFIG World Trampoline Championships 2023 2023 ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to BPIHS Year 7/8 boys and girls for their outstanding performance at the SA School Sport beach soccer carnival last week! 🏖️⚽ Two boys teams and one girls team showcased their skills, and were thrilled to announce that the girls team emerged victorious at Largs Bay! 🏆 #TeamSpirit #Champions #banksiaproud School Sport SA

Congratulations to BPIHS Year 7/8 boys and girls for their outstanding performance at the SA School Sport beach soccer carnival last week! 🏖️⚽ Two boys teams and one girls team showcased their skills, and we're thrilled to announce that the girls' team emerged victorious at Largs Bay! 🏆 #TeamSpirit #Champions #banSchool Sport SAl Sport SA ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations to one of our year 10 students Laetitia who has been in Singapore 🇸🇬 this week representing SA ⚽️    
For Football South Australia competing in the SingaCup - Asias Premier International Youth Football Tournament!! #banksiaproud

Congratulations to one of our year 10 students Laetitia who has been in Singapore 🇸🇬 this week representing SA ⚽️
For Football South Australia competing in the SingaCup - Asia's Premier International Youth Football Tournamentament!! #banksiaproud
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Congratulations to one of our year 8 students Ava who has been in Singapore 🇸🇬 this week competing in the SingaCup - Asias Premier International Youth Football Tournament representing SA ⚽️ for Football South Australia!! 
#banksiaproud

Congratulations to one of our year 8 students Ava who has been in Singapore 🇸🇬 this week competing in the SingaCup - Asia's Premier International Youth Football Tournamentament representing SA ⚽️Football South Australiaralia!!
#banksiaproud
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Today, our year 7 Japanese students learned to make onigiri (Japanese rice balls) as part of #OnigiriAction honouring World Food Day and aims to help children in need. 

For every photo posted on social media and the Onigiri Action website, five school meals are donated to children around the world so we encourage you to join in!

Today, our year 7 Japanese students learned to make onigiri (Japanese rice balls) as part of #OnigiriAction honouring World Food Day and aims to help children in need.

For every photo posted on social media and the Onigiri Action website, five school meals are donated to children around the world so we encourage you to join in!
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Happy Halloween! 👻
Today we celebrated with a Halloween Lunchtime Trivia Quiz, a costume competition, a photobooth and of course some spooktacular decorations. We saw some amazing costumes from both students and staff - well done to all!

Happy Halloween! 👻
Today we celebrated with a Halloween Lunchtime Trivia Quiz, a costume competition, a photobooth and of course some spooktacular decorations. We saw some amazing costumes from both students and staff - well done to all!
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🎓 Wednesday was a bittersweet day as we bid farewell to our incredible Year 12 students. 🎉

In a heartwarming assembly hosted by our Year 11 students, we celebrated the achievements and memories of these outstanding individuals. From the first day they walked through our doors to this moment, we have watched them grow, learn, and become leaders. 🌟

As they embark on new journeys, we want to express our gratitude for their hard work, dedication, and the unique contributions each one has made to our school community. 🙌

To our Year 12 students, your future is bright, and we cant wait to see all the amazing things you will achieve. Remember, once a part of our school family, always a part of our school family. 🤗

Thanks must go to our talented Year 11s who treated the Year 12s to a scrumptious morning tea for their final farewell.

#BPIHS #Classof2023 🎓💫

🎓 Wednesday was a bittersweet day as we bid farewell to our incredible Year 12 students. 🎉

In a heartwarming assembly hosted by our Year 11 students, we celebrated the achievements and memories of these outstanding individuals. From the first day they walked through our doors to this moment, we have watched them grow, learn, and become leaders. 🌟

As they embark on new journeys, we want to express our gratitude for their hard work, dedication, and the unique contributions each one has made to our school community. 🙌

To our Year 12 students, your future is bright, and we can't wait to see all the amazing things you will achieve. Remember, once a part of our school family, always a part of our school family. 🤗

Thanks must go to our talented Year 11s who treated the Year 12's to a scrumptious morning tea for their final farewell.

#BPIHS #Classof2023 🎓💫
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