Community Resource Centre
The Community Resource Centre links to all the downloads you might need as a BIS parent, and allows the BIS Teams to share information.
Almost everything is stored in Google Drive. As a BIS parent / community member, your google-authenticated email address will be added to the corresponding access group.
If you click on any of the below links and receive a notice that you’re not authorised to view please confirm you are logged in to your google account on the computer you’re trying to access documents from (e.g., the gmail address you gave the school).
How do I find what I’m looking for?
Please use the advanced filters to the right of this page (if you are on mobile, they’ll be at the bottom of this page). Selecting a category, basecamp or team will refresh this list to display only resources from those sections.
Fees 2024 – Standard Enrolment
Your fees are used with Commonwealth and State Funding to provide a highly individualised education for your child. The fees ensure that your child is provided with a high standard of teaching, stationary and materials as well as core textbooks, Ju Jitsu and Tai Chi, all to support their learning.
POL20 Child Protection Policy
The purpose of this policy is to provide a policy as part of Brisbane Independent School written processes about:
- how the school will respond to harm, or allegations or harm, to students under 18 years old as the safety and needs of the child are central to our Philosophy and Values; and
- the appropriate conduct of the school’s staff and students.
To comply with accreditation requirements and legislation.
- POL20_Child Protection Policy(12 May 2023)
BIS Annual Report 2022 (2021 data)
Brisbane Independent School is situated in tranquil, rural Pullenvale and is one of the most successfully progressive primary schools in Queensland. For more than fifty years BIS has been responsible for preparing children to think creatively and collaboratively for a future in an ever changing world.
- POL14_Privacy(17 April 2018)
POL06 Complaints Policy
BIS is aware of the importance and value of complaints to grow and improve as an organisation. The purpose of this policy is to comply with accreditation requirements and legislation, and to provide a framework and procedure for disputes and complaints:
- complainants are encouraged to seek resolution directly (engaging a support person where needed).
- if the dispute is not resolved for the complainant they are encouraged to lodge the Complaint Form - Resolution Request.
BL01 BIS By Laws
The purpose of this bylaw is to serve as the blueprint for how the governing body will operate. For Brisbane Independent School Incorporated (BIS), as a nonprofit school to become incorporated under state law, it must have a set of bylaws.
- Download(30 April 2018)
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