• School Buildings Official Opening

    BCCS OFFICIALLY OPENS NEW BER BUILDINGS On Friday 3rd September Berowra Christian Community School held a service in their new school hall to officially open the new facilities that have been built courtesy of the BER grant, and to give thanks to God for his provision. We were honoured to welcome Mr Philip Ruddock MP,

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  • Book Character Parade

    Berowra Christian Community School held its Biennial Book Character Parade in the new school hall on Tuesday 24th August.  The day began when we opened our doors to the community and welcomed Mums and Dads, Grandmas and Grandpas, Neighbours and Friends to enjoy the festivities.  All children took part in the many activities...

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  • Congratulations Tiana!!

    Tiana Hazlewood of Berowra Christian Community School is a champion. Staff and families at BCCS are very proud of Tiana’s efforts wishing her continued success in her God-given talents. She represented the School, Zone and State System, CIS Sector and State PSSA at the National School Sports Athletics Championships in...

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  • Building the Education Revolution Funding

    Official notification was received on Friday 12th June that the School’s application for funding for an extension and renovations to the school hall and library had been successful. The announcement, as part of Round 2 of the Building the Education Revolution (P21) element of the Financial Stimulus package, was welcome,...

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  • ‘Our’ Lumusa Bridge is Open!

    The staff and students of BCCS were thrilled to hear of the official opening of the Lumusa bridge after various fundraising events managed to raise over $12,000 which more than covered rebuilding costs. At the Opening Ceremony held in the last week of August, Ray Bartell, the education officer at Baptist Union of PNG was...

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  • BCCS walks for Lumusa PNG

    Late last year Berowra Christian Community School had the privilege of meeting and spending time with Mr Pepa Bala, an elder in his village and school leader who had been forced into hiding after his village was involved in tribal fighting. A unique bond was formed when Mr Bala again visited in early 2008, before

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