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Newly enrolled students

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Bremer State High School welcome new families to our learning community. This page includes important information for students starting at our school. ​​​​

Key staff

Bremer State High School has Deans and Year Coordinators for each year level who support students' needs day-to-day and oversee their pastoral care. Your student's Dean is your first point of contact at the school and will be able to direct your enquires as required.

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Uniform

Bremer State High School has a dress code policy that applies to students when travelling to and from school, attending school and representing our school. Items can be purchased from the P&C Uniform Shop located on Campus.

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Bring Your Own Device (BYOx)

From 2023, all Year 7, 8, 10, 11 and 12 students will be required to participate in the BYOx program (Year 9 will be included from 2024). This program requires students to bring a device such as a laptop or tablet to school to support their learning. Android devices are not supported.

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Student Resource Scheme (SRS)

All resources such as software, books and textbooks will be supplied to students who are part of the Student Resource Scheme (SRS). If you are not part of the SRS you will need to purchase these items. 

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Stationary

Recommended stationary requirements.

Location and campus map

The school is located at 133 - 153 Warwick Road, Ipswich QLD, adjacent the University of Southern Queensland and Ipswich Showgrounds.

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Bus transport

The school is serviced by a range of bus routes by Bus Queensland and TransLink.

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Day structure and class times

The day structure below operates Monday through to Friday. Students are expected to attend school and arrive at each session on time. A 45-minute major break and 30-minute minor break are provided for students to eat, drink, socialise, use school facilities and prepare for classes.​​​
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tudent Code of Conduct

We encourage parents and carers to learn about our approaches to sustaining a positive culture, supporting productive student learning behaviours and managing student behaviour consequences by reading our Student Code of Conduct (2021-2023). All Queensland state schools are required to have a Student Code of Conduct that has been developed with community consultation.

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Interschool Sport

Bremer State High School is part of the Combined Secondary School Sport Association (CISSSA). CISSSA is a sporting association made up of secondary schools in the Ipswich and surrounding districts. CISSSA Sport is played as home-and-away games after school, or as a one-day carnival. There is a winter and summer season comprising of various sports including Futsal, Volleyball, Cricket, Basketball, Touch Football, Soccer, Netball, Tennis, and Hockey.

Teams are assigned according to year level groups, often with Junior Students (Years 7- 9) and Senior Students (10-12). CISSSA sports often rely on parents/carers to provide transport to keep costs to a minimum.

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Last reviewed 06 July 2022
Last updated 06 July 2022