Dear Parents and Caregivers,
To Whom it May Concern
On Friday night, we attended the Dance Night for Palm Beach Currumbin State High at HOTA. I cannot find enough superlatives to adequately describe how much we enjoyed the night. Congratulations to everyone who was involved in this fabulous Dance Night.
Our granddaughter, Millie Elliott, is in Year 8 and she is part of this incredible Dance Program at your school so we were thrilled to be invited to attend. Never in my life (I’m 73 and my husband is 79) have we ever witnessed performances so fantastic, moving, extremely powerful and so entertaining.
We moved up from Sydney this year so it was the first time we have attended a PBC Dance Night and it definitely won’t be the last time. It is a credit to every single performer, their teachers and all the people who made this night such a success. It must have taken so much work and hours and hours of practise to put this show together.
I cannot adequately express the impact each and every dance had on us. The choreography, themes and actual clips were brilliant. It was the most professional night we have been to and we thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it.
Having lived in Sydney during the time that Victor Chang was murdered in the failed extortion attempt, it was incredibly touching and heartbreaking to see this performance so brilliantly portrayed. It brought back very vivid and real memories of that very sad time in 1991. To see the film and hear Victor Chang’s actual words on that fateful day left a profound impact on us.
The” September 11” performance was another of those heartbreaking times that was so professionally put together. I’m sure there was not a dry eye in the entire theatre, it was very moving. To hear the actual people talking and the voice of that little girl who lost her Daddy was something I will never forget.
So many of the acts were extremely thought provoking and very powerful. “Grandma’s Hands” was brilliant as was “Waka Waka”, “Ted Bundy”, “Marilyn Monroe”, the one depicting bipolar – so many relevant topics in our society.
We have been to many dance eisteddfods and dance concerts but never have we been to one so brilliantly undertaken with the actual recordings of various people and the movies on the wall as they were being performed, nothing but brilliant!
We just want to thank PBC for a most enjoyable night and one we will never forget. I wish there was a video of them so we could watch them all again. Every performer gave 100% effort and your school has many very talented dancers.
The entire program was brilliant, all 29 items. The finale was excellent with the photograph of each student shown on the screen.
Please accept our congratulations to all concerned on a fantastic night.
Regards Carol & Stan Garner
With the recent changes to laws regarding Vapes and E Cigarettes, the school last week sent out an update to how it will work with students, who are in possession of / using / dealing, in applying the Student Code of Conduct. The Qld Police Service and Department of Health continue to work with the school in restricting the supply of Vapes and E Cigarettes that our students are accessing. It is important that all parents and caregivers speak with their children about the disciplinary consequences of vaping at school and the health concerns that research is now indicated will occur in teenagers who are vaping (see last week’s letter for health articles).
This week will see a lot of engaging extra-curricular activities for the whole school. Today and tomorrow see the Staff play the Students in Soccer and Touch with Basketball and Netball to follow. Wednesday will see the winning House announced at the House Champion Cup assembly. Anyone who has attended an Optima Assembly will know the excitement that the House competitions generate. Finally, the Year 12s finish their scheduled timetabled classes this Thursday (although they have alternate classes and exams for another five weeks).
CRICOS Provider Name: The Queensland Department of Education trading as Education Queensland International (EQI) CRICOS Provider Number 00608A
Welcome back for Term 4. Junior secondary is expecting a successful and productive term working with our students. Term 4 is closely linked with our key celebrations for the year as we are sure to achieve wonderful results both in the classroom and out. The next nine weeks will pass very quickly for us all. Whilst some adjustments will be made to celebrations we look forward to sharing these events with you whilst aligning with COVID safe guidelines.
This week we have covered our not negotiables again with our students at assemblies, we like to take this time each term to remind students of our high expectations for their attendance, classroom effort and behaviour. We have linked these messages to our Optima Code – Be safe, Be respectful and Be a learner. There is also a separate communication that has come to parents via email in relation to the growing concern of students using illegal Vapes or e-cigarettes. I would encourage you to read this email and contact the school is you have any questions.
Please be aware our planning and preparation for 2022 is well and truly underway.
- Review of class composition including gathering student and teacher input on this including our incoming Year 6 cohort.
- Check in on literacy and numeracy with ACER testing being completed by all year levels in first few weeks to assist planning and supporting students in strengths and weaknesses.
- Review and enhancement of our literacy and numeracy classroom routines.
- Comprehensive Transition plan to support our incoming Year 7 students into PBC including a plan for the first four weeks of Year 7.
Year 12 students have normal timetabled classes for the first 2 weeks of this term. During this time all Applied and VET classes will be finalising assessment whilst General subjects are preparing for the upcoming External Assessments.
During the first 4 days of Week 3 (18 to 21 October) General students can attend classes for final revision if they wish or study at home. Applied and VET classes will not be scheduled during this time.
External Assessments commence on Friday 22 October. These will continue up to Tuesday 16 November.
All Year 12 parents and students have been email the External Assessment Guide which provides all details regarding these exams.
The school website also has a section which contains all the details regarding upcoming External Exams https://pbc-shs.eq.edu.au/curriculum/testing-and-assessment.
Students need to be familiar with the timetable, directions for students, equipment and calculator requirements included in these documents.
A reminder that exams will commence at 9:00am sharp and that students need to be in full school uniform. As per current Qld. Health directives all students are expected to wear masks indoors.
The whole PBC community is wishing all our Year 12s the best as they prepare for these assessments.
All Year 12 students have been emailed their LUI number and should by now have logged onto their QCAA learning account in the QCAA student portal. This is accessed via the myQCE website https://myqce.qcaa.qld.edu.au/index.html. Students need to ensure that they use a personal email to register, as they will not have access to their school email at the end of the year. Student results will be published by the QCAA directly into their learning account on 17 December.
ATAR scores which will be calculated and published by QTAC. All ATAR students that wish to have their ATAR sent to them on 17 December need to register with QTAC, again using a personal email https://www.qtac.edu.au/atar/ .
Students are required to share their ATAR with the school.
Year 10 and 11
Year 11 students have commenced Unit 3 (Year 12) work and will complete summative assessment in the majority of subjects at the end of this term. Unit 3 and 4 subjects will contribute to students ATAR and both Unit 3 and 4 must be completed at a C level or higher for students to achieve QCE points.
This is the last opportunity that Year 11 students have to change subjects at school. Any students wishing to change should contact Mr McDougall or Mr Dixon as soon as possible.
Senior school admin is currently reviewing the academic performance of 10s and 11s. A reminder again that all students need to be passing at least 5 of their 6 subjects and that students that continue to fail more than 1 class may have their enrolment reviewed.
Assessment calendars for Term 4 will soon be published on the school website under Curriculum/Testing and Assessment.
Year 10 and 11 Shutdown exams will commence in the week of 22 to 26 November. All students may have timetabled exams up to and including the last day (26 November for 10s and 11s).
A reminder that all drafts and assignments are due before 9:00am on the due date and that exams cannot be given early to students because of other commitments. Please refer to the school assessment policy on the school website for further details.Read Less
Aurora Training Institute - Scholarships
As part of their PBC Alliance sponsorship Aurora Training Institute is offering two full scholarships into the Diploma of Business program in 2022 for PBC school leavers.If you have already completed the Diploma of Business whilst at school and would like to complete another Diploma you are still encouraged to apply and can change the scholarship to another Aurora diploma program.
Students can see Miss McQueen in G Block for an application form. Applications close 3 pm Thursday 14 October.
Congratulations to PBC students Caleb Te Momo, Finn Hartlief and Isaiah Scanlan who graduated from Gold Coast Trades College at the end of Term 3. Caleb and Isaiah completed a Cert II in Electrotechnology and Finn completed a Cert II in Automotive.
Gain skills in using Microsoft programs such as Word, Powerpoint and Excel. The courses provide students with valuable skills that will assist them in their senior schooling and at university and to gain employment in the workforce.
- Each completed course is worth 1 QCE point
- Courses are open to students in Years 10-12
- Course start date: Wednesday week 3.
See Mrs Taylor-Girdler in U/V Block staffroom to express your interestRead Less
School based traineeships available:
New exciting traineeship opportunities are available in the Pathways Centre Y Block for Year 10’s. Job boards will be updated regularly with new positions. Students can collect a registration form and apply now. Get paid while gaining a qualification when doing a school-based traineeship and earn up to 8 QCE points!! A variety of new traineeships are on offer with a focus on business, hospitality, retail, sport and tourism.
City Venue Management: Miami Pool and Helensvale are looking for new school based trainees, Lifeguarding, customer service, swim teaching… If you would like to be part of their team please apply via the link: https://www.cvmacademy.com.au/traineeships
Mathiou Services: School based general carpentry apprenticeship – working primarily on childcare centres undertaking building and playground upgrades (core building and custom timework) email resume to Melanie to apply: email@example.com
Bricklaying Apprenticeships: School based and fulltime. Local Gold Coast employer looking for apprentices in Bricklaying. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Or call 0475 909 040 or https://careerpath.becomeabricklayer.com.au/
Burleigh Heads Surf Club: Traineeships Cert 3 Business with hospitality focus. The Club facilities have been redeveloped and offers Kiosk, Sports Bar, Restaurant and Function / Conference Rooms. As a front of house hospitality trainee, you have the opportunity to gain valuable experience in all of these facilities in fun, very team focussed and fast paced environment. Apply via Aurora website: https://www.aurora.edu.au/schools-program/
Hospitality and Business Traineeships:
- Burleigh Gelato & Co. (New store opening in Palm Beach soon )
- Hidden Gem Café Tugun
- Burleigh Heads Surf Club
- Niche & Co Tugun
- Boost Juice Elanora
- Fuel Bakehouse Currumbin
- California Tacos Burleigh
- BSKT Café Mermaid Beach
- Charcoal Clothing Robina
- Palm Beach Bakery – 8th Ave
- Sean Scott Gallery Burleigh
- The Pantry Burleigh
- Alleygators Currumbin Rugby Leagues Club
- Maries Pizza Tugun and Palm Beach stores
- Coffee Club Burleigh Stocklands
- The Original Bakery Tugun
- Wendys the Pines
- Brumby’s Bakery the Pines
- Yiros Shop Burleigh
- Plantation House
- Surf Easy Surf School
- Guzmen Y Gomez Burleigh
- Pattysmiths Burgers Palm Beach
- Seeds of Life Robina
- Soul Origin Robina
- Crema Espresso the Pines & Coolangatta
- Third Base Palm Beach
- Paperbark Café Burleigh
- Dominos Tugun
- Ground Café Coolangatta
- KFC – Palm Beach, Mermaid Beach & Robina
- Double Barrel Kitchen Mermaid Waters
- Coming Home Co Robina Kitchens
Hairdressing apprenticeship: School based apprenticeship with HB@33 Hair and Beauty. Please send resumes to Julie: email@example.com
Cert 3 Early Childhood: A Head start Learning & Little Scholars Burleigh and other local centres.
School based vacancies links:
Ignite Education: https://www.ignite.edu.au/job-vacancies/
Aurora Training Institute please visit their vacancy page: http://www.aurora.edu.au/schools-program/
Prestige Staffing Solution vacancies, Please visit this link for more opportunities: https://prestigestaffingsolutions.org.au/job-board/
School Leavers should check the following links for fulltime employment opportunities
Small Engine Mechanic: Direct Hire are looking for a fulltime engine mechanic. Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
Looking for a Trade?? Casey from Gold Coast Trades college has many opportunities available for school leavers looking for a trade eg: metal roofer, painting/decorating, carpentry, tiling & plastering. Please email your resume and industry of interest to: email@example.com
Landscaping Plenty of local work, looking for someone reliable and hardworking. Email Carl to apply: firstname.lastname@example.org
Plastering Apprenticeships: Fulltime apprenticeships, prefer to have a licence and car. Email Justine to apply: email@example.com
Swimart Palm Beach: Open 7 days a week and looking for casuals and fulltime staff. Call into the store with a resume ask for Susan.
McDonald’s are hiring: apply via these links
Palm Beach: https://smrtr.io/4RX8W
Robina Central: https://smrtr.io/4JSRD
Burleigh Waters: https://smrtr.io/4LXbK
Reedy Creek: https://smrtr.io/4LXcb
Robina Food Court: https://smrtr.io/4X7bv
- Zane Miller who commenced a school based apprenticeship with T.A.Z Projects Cert 3 Carpentry. Thanks to Gold Coast Trade College.
- Luka Skipps who commenced a school based apprenticeship with KSM Decks Cert 3 AHC 30916 - Cert 3 Landscape Construction. Thanks to Gold Coast Trade College.
- Holly Canning who completed a Cert 3 Business with Laurie Lawrence Swim School RTO Barrington College
- Lili Rose Erwin who completed school based traineeship Cert 3 Business with Maries Pizza RTO Ignite Education
There are more opportunities on the job boards. Please come into Y Block to register.
Love your current job? Would you like to turn it into a traineeship? Come to the Pathway centre and let’s see if we can create a traineeship for you in your current role.
The Pathway Centre is open before school and first break to apply for any of the above positions
Sonia Shreeve, Industry Liaison OfficerRead Less
It was an honour for our PBC Leo’s club to be awarded the Leo Club of the Year fore the period 2020-2021.
This month PBC Leo’s donated a total of $600 to the PBC Support Group; $200 for each cohort, junior, middle and senior. Ms Condon came to our meeting to thank us for our donation. We also have donated $400 to the Fred Hollows Foundation.
Earlier this year we made a donation to the Tallebudgera State School for their team building hike for their school leaders. The Principal, Mr Burges, came to our meeting to thank us for our donation and talk about how it went.
Michelle Wykes,Secretary of the Palm Beach Currumbin
Leo’s Club 2021
On the last day of term three, State Minister for the Environment and The Great Barrier Reef, Hon. Meaghan Scanlon, visited PBC for a tour of our Sustainability Shed and an overview of our sustainability program. A group of PBC students demonstrated the industrial composting machine that has been in operation here since the end of 2020. To date, we have processed more than two tonnes of food waste (2095.49kg) through the machine, generating over 200kg of compost that has been used by the school and the Southern Beaches Community Garden at Tugun. Of this, 1066.75kg of food waste has come from the school canteens, Trade Training Centre and Home Economics kitchens.
As a part of the composting program, PBC has also been collecting food scraps from the local community through a bin placed outside Gecko House on Thrower drive. Volunteers from the Southern Beaches Community Garden collect the bin and deliver it to school where the food waste is processed through our composter. As of 8th October, we have collected 1,028kg of food waste from the local community.
If you would like to compost your food waste but don’t have a compost bin at home, consider dropping your food scraps into the bin next to the shipping container outside Gecko House. Our machine can process all food waste, including items you wouldn’t normally place in a home compost bin, such as bread, dairy products, meat, fish and chicken (including bones) and citrus peel. The machine cannot process large animal bones, oyster or scallop shells or cooking oil. The composter has a capacity of 100kg of food waste per day, using heat and bacterial digestion to turn this into 10-20kg of compost within 24 hours. Our aim is to use the machine to divert all food waste, including student lunch scraps, away from landfill and instead use them to enrich the gardens around the school.
Tom Pasley, Sustainability
Click the links below to hear the latest from PBC’s Wellbeing Team.
Junior Secondary Guidance Officer
Attached is the latest article from our Junior Secondary Guidance Officer Anna Willis.
Senior Secondary Guidance Officer
Read the attached article for the latest information targeted to senior students of careers and pathway information.
We encourage parents/caregivers to email your student’s excellent recent achievements to us. These achievements can be in The Arts, sporting, academic or community service. We would love to hear from you! Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your student’s achievement and include at least one photo, and/or any links to media articles that we can share.
Queensland State Age Championships - Tennis
Congratulations to Ollie King who won the U14’s boys singles & doubles!!! Congratulations to our other PBC students that also had a great tournament:
- Jack Hart - 4th U12 Boys Singles
- Kuma Ito - 5th U14 Boys Singles
- Sofia Savic - 7th U12 Girls Singles
Qld State Hockey Championships
Congratulations to Toby Campbell and Kai Webster who represented Gold Coast at the Queensland State Hockey Championships. The boys finished undefeated to become State Champions!
The boys came up against heavy favourites Brisbane in the semi final who hadn’t had a goal scored against them in their previous 5 matches but got overtop of them in a 3-1 thriller setting up a grand final against Mackay where Gold Coast prevailed 3-2. Toby has also been announced in the QLD Squad for next year.
Gold Coast SUNS Annual Awards
Congratulations to all the Reds who were mentioned at the SUNS Academy Annual Awards night held at Metricon Stadium. Alumni Reds are indicated with a *,
Congratulations goes to...
All Academy Team of the Year (the Reds are)
- Casey Wynn,
- Brinn Little*,
- Jack Johnston*,
- Jai Murray,
- Will Graham,
- Havana Harris,
- Tara Harrington,
- Will Bella*,
- Jed Walter,
- Cody Harrington,
- Bailey Reeves*,
- Ava Usher and
- Alanna Welsh
2021 Youth Male Player of the Year - Will Graham
2021 Youth Female Player of the Year - Tara Harrington
2021 U17 Male Player of the Year - Cody Harrington
QLD State Netball Squad
Congratulations to Dakota Newson (Year 11, Netball Excellence) who has been selected in the 17U Queensland State Netball Squad, recently announced at the Nissan State Titles. What an incredible achievement!
Follow PBC on Social Media
Our social media accounts are the best way to stay connected with the daily happenings of our school. We will upload any important messages, reminders, student achievements and general action. With posts every day this a great way to celebrate our awesome school. If you have any news about your student that you would like to share please message us via Direct Message on Instagram, Messenger on Facebook or email to email@example.com.
Reds Sports Towel
The PBC P&C Association have produced a fantastic 'PBC Reds' Sports Towel for our latest fundraiser. The towel features the PBC Reds logo and are a perfect size for all our students to use during their training activities. The towel has ultimate absorbency, is lightweight and quick drying and looks great! At just $25, these towels are available now at the PBC Uniform Shop.
The money raised through the sales of our Reds Towel will go towards more chilled water bubblers for our students.
Towel size 50cm x 110cm
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Park Safe Vehicles
The new Park Safe vehicles will patrol the PBC school area, ensuring that parking regulations are adhered to, from 18 October 2021.
Advice for parents, carers, guardians and drivers
The City of Gold Coast (City) wants to ensure that motorists comply with school zone road rules at and around schools to achieve a safer environment for children and the broader school community. These rules also help to optimise traffic movement and safety.
Please take extra care and obey the signed parking rules when parking on the roads and streets around the school.
Park Safe Vehicles - Licence Plate Recognition (LPR)
As part of the City Parking Plan 2015 to improve parking behaviour on the Gold Coast, City Parking Officers will soon patrol the city (including key school zones) using vehicles, clearly badged as “Park Safe” vehicles. These vehicles use Licence Plate Recognition (LPR) which is camera technology fitted to Park Safe vehicles to ensure motorists are parking safely.
Park Safe will operate on school days at student drop-off and pick-up times focusing on pedestrian areas around schools. If a vehicle is found to be parked illegally the City will issue an infringement notice to the registered vehicle owner by post.
Offences to be aware of:
- stopping 20 metres before or 10 metres after a sign posted crossing
- stopping 20 metres before or 10 metres after a bus stop
- stopping within 10 metres of an intersection or corner
- stopping within a bus zone (bayed area)
- stopping on a footpath or nature strip within a built-up area
- stopping in a way that restricts access to a driveway
- stopping on a yellow painted line
- stopping in a loading zone
- double parking for any period of time.
Park safely and legally to avoid a fine.
For more information visit www.cityofgoldcoast.com.au/parksafe
Surfside Buslines services
Please note that Surfside Busline services (both urban route & school services) are not currently operating cross border.
Students residing in New South Wales that typically catch a Queensland service, should contact TransLink on 131230 should they require assistance with temporary service deviations or require further clarification on current service disruptions/ information.
Please see below list of morning services that service your school.
Transport NSW - Buses
Transport for NSW has moved the School Student Transport Scheme (SSTS) information and application portal to transportnsw.info. This is an exciting step in helping schools and families find all their travel information in the one place.
From 1 October 2021, customers who visit the SSTS website at https://apps.transport.nsw.gov.au/ssts for school student travel will be automatically redirected to https://transportnsw.info/tickets-opal/ticket-eligibility-concessions/school-student-travel. This means, no matter how customers try to access school travel information, they will land in the right place.
Access to the School Portal will also be via transportnsw.info. To navigate to the School Portal from the home page click Tickets and Opal, then School students, then scroll down to Information for school staff and select School portal. The School Portal log in page and functionality remain the same.
School travel brochures will be updated with the new site and will be available online soon.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact us via transportnsw.info/contact-us/feedback/fares-concessions-tickets-feedback
Dates to Remember
Champion House Cup Assembly
Year 12 last day
Senior Academic Awards Night
Under the Lights
Arts Awards Night
PBC Alliance Industry Awards Breakfast
World Teachers Day BBQ
Year 10 Optima Assembly
Year 11 Optima Assembly
Junior Academic Awards Night
Year 12 Graduation and Formal
Last day Years 10 and 11
Business Networking Breakfast - October 2021
Our annual PBC Alliance Industry Awards Breakfast will be held on Friday 29 October. Come along and enjoy a delicious meal and network with like minded people while supporting a great cause… our students! The Industry Awards Breakfast celebrates PBC students that have excelled at their school based traineeships, apprenticeships and VETis courses as well as our RTO’s and small businesses that support these students.
- Michael Hart MP, Member for Burleigh, Queensland Parliament
- Adam Houlahan, Riviera Australia
- Kim Little, Aurora Training Institute
- Lily Suttle, PBC Student Trainee
- Peter Hughes, PBC Principal - Senior Secondary
- Neil Mackay, HOD Sport Excellence - Founding member of PBC Alliance
Thank you to all our amazing community members for regularly attending our business networking breakfasts and helping these events be successful. These events are a key platform providing a great opportunity for members of our community to connect with other business people as well as Palm Beach Currumbin State High student leaders and key staff members. The popularity of our breakfasts highlight the wonderful support for our school and we are very grateful. Many business connections are regularly made between guests that result in beneficial relationships, it's win-win!
A huge thank you to Snap Fitness Palm beach who have come on board as a Bronze Partner.
Snap Fitness Palm Beach has state of the art Matrix equipment, Group Classes and results-based Personal Trainers. They offer members so much more than your average gym!
Snap Fitness Palm Beach understand how difficult it can be to establish and maintain a work/life balance. This is so important when considering what fitness club will suit your lifestyle. The minute you walk into this club you will feel like you belong here. The friendly staff will always go out of their way to make you feel welcome and take your training to the next level.
Please give us a call to discuss membership and tour the club for yourself! If you would like to find out more in the interim, please feel free to contact me on 0447 673 519 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shout out to long time PBC Alliance supporters Meatsmiths The Pines, who love to back the PBC Sport Excellence Rugby League students. Meatsmiths are a family run butcher offering a quality product with the best customer service.
Shout out to Platinum Realty and Alicia Kropkowski who are PBC Alliance Reds Supporters! Platinum Realty believe working harmoniously will drive superior outcomes. They handle all aspects of their dealings with professionalism and engage only in honest and ethical business practices.
Platinum Realty’s goal is to retain loyal customers for life. Whilst they are a cutting-edge real estate provider - they understand that their real business is People. Their mission is to bring fresh, innovative and exciting changes to the industry and show clients why they are the point of difference.
Shout out to SurfStitch who are PBC Alliance Reds Supporters sponsoring our Surfing Excellence Program. SurfStitch is Australia’s #1 online Surf and Fashion store.
Thank you to our 2021 Partners!
Burleigh Bears Rugby League Club
From August 2021, Palm Beach Currumbin SHS will be using a new process for sending reminder notices to parents, caregivers, and customers with overdue invoices. Reminder notices will sent periodically when an invoice becomes overdue.
If you have provided us with an email address, reminder notices will be sent to your nominated email address.
If you have not provided an email address, reminder notices will be posted to your nominated postal address.
If you are unable to pay your invoice before the due date, or you have a query about an invoice you have received, it is important that you contact us before the invoice is due for payment:
SRS Fees to list the instalment dates:
1st Instalment – Friday 12 Feb Term 1 - OVERDUE
2nd Instalment – Friday 7 May Term 2 - OVERDUE
3rd Instalment – Friday 30 July Term 3 - OVERDUE
Make payments the quick and easy way using BPOINT. Visit www.bpoint.com.au/payments/dete, follow the prompts or phone BPOINT on 1300 631 073.
Parents/caregivers experiencing financial difficulty can email Finance on Finance@pbc-shs.eq.edu.au.
Payment plan options are available including Centrepay -a service to families whereby periodic payments can be made to the school or Direct Debit via credit card (monthly). Paperwork is available from the Finance Office to activate either of these plans.
For Internet banking please use the details below:
School’s Bank Account: PALM BEACH CURRUMBIN SHS General A/C
BSB Number: 064-404 CBA Branch Burleigh Heads
Account Number: 00090303
Reference/Details: Record both Student ID AND the reference Code to ensure your payment can be recorded correctly. (Reference Code = ITEM BEING PAID FOR e.g.: 2021 SRS8 or 2021 ACEX10)
Finance Office Window Operating Hours
Over the counter payments can only be accepted between 8:00am and 1:00pm on Tuesday to Thursday. Alternatively, you can make payments via BPOINT from your invoice or statement or Direct Deposit. CLOSED Mondays & Fridays
Alternative payment options include BPOINT and Bank Transfer, details found here
Parents – have you registered for QParents yet?
Are you using QParents to stay in contact with our school and to access information about your child’s schooling?
If you haven’t yet registered for QParents, register now.
You can provide your 100 points of identity documents for registration online through QParents, or in person at your school.
If you have limited identity documents, or experience difficulties registering, please contact your school for help.
QParents is a great way to stay informed about what’s happening in your child’s school life
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