Planning and reporting help us meet the needs of our community, improve the quality of teaching and enhance outcomes for all of our students.
Bossley Park High School’s vision is to create a school that is well respected in the community for the provision of the best education for all students with a focus on excellence and success in all aspects of learning. Our core business is to develop students who can confidently meet the challenges of the future and take their place as responsible citizens. Our welfare programs will develop resilience and leadership in our students. All our students will be supported in navigating any challenges and meeting their aspirations.
We have developed a 3-year plan in consultation with our community, connected to a budget and student outcomes.
The School Excellence Framework underpins our school planning and reporting approach. The framework provides a clear description of the key elements of high-quality practice across learning, teaching and leading.
The school plan is highly strategic, focusing on 3 key areas for improvement we have determined in consultation with our community. It demonstrates our alignment and commitment to excellence as part of public education in NSW to ensure a profound difference to the ongoing growth and development of our school.
The annual report provides an account of our operations and achievements throughout the year. It's the result of rigorous self-assessment by staff, parents and carers, as well as student leaders.
Download our annual reports for a detailed account of:
the progress we have made to provide high-quality educational opportunities for every child as set out in the school plan
the impact of our strategies for improved learning
the benefit to all students from resources including equity funding
our operations and achievements throughout the year.
Bossley Park High School is a multicultural school from a diverse community. At the start of the 2014 school year, student enrolment was 1502. Nineteen students were enrolled in the Special Education Unit. The total enrolment was comprised of 48 different language groups with just fewer than 80.5% of students from a Language Background Other Than English. The most significant language groups were Assyrian, Arabic, Spanish and Italian. There were 88 refugee students enrolled in the school. The ratio of boys to girls was 52%:48%.