Dangerous Animal Incursion

11th March - Dangerous Animals Incursion K-6

On the 11th March students in Kindergarten to Year 6 will have the opportunity to take part in an incursion run by Jabiru Wildlife.

This incursion will provide students with the opportunity to look at different animals, learn about their habitats and how to stay safe outdoors. We look forward to an exciting day for all. 

Multimedia ABC Centre 

Stage 6 (year 11 and 12 students) will be attending an excursion to the ABC Ultimo Centre .

This will provide students with the opportunity to not only see aspects of how a Multimedia company operates, but also to hear from some of their staff about aspects of WHS, the working environment and other aspects related to their Industry Study.

A permission note will be sent home this week with further details. 


Getting your HPV & dTpa vaccinations at school – what to expect (new in 2020)

Australian Government

Year 7 students

6 mins 50 sec


HPV vaccine for teenagers

Cancer Council Australia

Year 7 students

3 mins 19 sec


Getting your meningococcal ACWY vaccination at school – what to expect (new in 2020)

Australian Government

Year 10 students

5 mins 23 sec



Immunisation: What is it?

Australian Academy of Science

Year 7 & 10 students

1 min 26 sec


Attachments area

Preview YouTube video Immunisation: What is it?


Immunisation: What is it?


Travel to and from school - OPAL CARDS

Primary and secondary students in NSW could be entitled to free or concession travel to and from school. 

Free or subsidised school travel is available for eligible students through:

  • School Student Transport Scheme (SSTS) for school journeys by public transport   https://apps.transport.nsw.gov.au/ssts/schoolTravelPasses#/

  • If you live in Sydney and surrounding areas and do not qualify for these schemes, concession travel is available with:

  • School Term Bus Pass - for travel to and from school

  • Child/Youth Opal card - for travel anytime.

For all the information, to apply and for replacement cards, visit the https://apps.transport.nsw.gov.au/ssts/schoolTravelPasses#/

Travel outside of school

When using public transport other than for school, children aged 4–15 and secondary students aged 16 years and over are entitled to concession travel. Secondary students aged 16 years and over are required to travel with their proof of entitlement card.

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Tel: 02 96254949

Email: secretary@bethel.nsw.edu.au


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Mount Druitt NSW 2770

Sydney Australia