Bus Usage

Bus Usage

Students need to be mindful of their behaviour both inside and outside the College.  They are expected to uphold the College Core Values of courage, persistence and respect and the code of behaviour at all times whilst they are in school uniform.

The College code of behaviour is summarised in the College Affirmation.  Students are to be respectful to all those around them at all times.  This includes being respectful to other students (no matter what year level), bus drivers and employees of transport companies that service the College, as well as the general public.  Students are reminded that everyone around them should also feel safe, therefore behaviour that is aggressive in any way such as swearing, bullying or intimidation is a violation of the College behaviour standards.

Students should be aware that TransPerth buses are fitted with CCTV cameras and a visual record of their behaviour is available for the College to view at any time.  Drivers on the country bus services are obliged by their employer to report incidents of poor student behaviour, including swearing and vandalism.  Any breach of the College rules or general rules of the bus companies may result in infringements or outside send-outs.

Our aim at the College is to have a safe, caring, respectful and positive environment.  This includes travel to and from school.  Please read and sign the attached Code of Conduct for Bus Travel.  We understand that not all of our College students catch the bus on a regular basis however we ask all students to complete the form in order to cover those unexpected times when a student may need to use the bus services.

Code of Conduct (Primary)

Code of Conduct (Secondary)

Secondary Life

2018 Senior Prize Night

Recently parents, staff, and senior students gathered to watch their peers receive awards and recognition for good work well done at the Senior Prize Night.


2018 Year 12 Ball

This years graduating class recently attended their Year 12 Ball. It was a fantastic night and the students looked amazing. Teachers got in on the fun and some wonderful memories were made.


2018 Swimming Carnival

It was a great day at the MARC for the 2018 Senior Swimming Carnival. Staff and students had a ball as the fierce, but friendly, faction rivalry inspired all. As usual, the BBQ was fired up for lunch and students swam before a packed parent gallery.


Classroom in the Sky

Its not everyday you see a classroom take to the skies however, after much preparation, the second storey on the latest secondary classroom block has been lifted into place. After the modules have been secured stairs and rails will be fitted, and then work on the interior fitout will commence.


YohFest Success

The Amazing Mr Steve Capener and his gifted Dance and Drama students recently took on the best from colleges across the State, and managed to secure an Incredible TWO places in the 2017 Yohfest finals! Well Done everyone!


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