By joining the BBC community you become part of a large network of parents and friends who work in partnership with the College.

Parents and Friends' Association

The Parents and Friends’ Association, our main parent body, supports the College in providing exceptional educational facilities and experiences for students. In particular it provides parents with an opportunity to play an active role in their son’s education and strengthens the link between the College and the wider community.

The association undertakes social and fundraising activities for the benefits of students and represents the wider parent body on various decision-making committees within the school. They are also responsible for the management of the Tuckshop and College Shop which are run on a voluntary basis.

Support Groups

Parent Support Groups work in partnership with the association enabling parents to work with the teaching staff in supporting the activities in which their sons participate. Members of Support Groups organise a number of fundraising and social events, all intended to provide additional facilities for the students of the College. 

Parent Connections: meet, connect, enjoy

Parent Connections provides a platform for parents to develop new friendships in the BBC community through a range of social events and gatherings. The group meets regularly with the Headmaster and key members of staff to share information and ideas. 

As well as being an active voice in the BBC community, Parent Connections provides a valuable liaison between the wider parent body and the school. They provide practical assistance by supporting the Care and Concern group, part of the school pastoral care program. This program is coordinated by Rev Cole and works in strict confidence to support BBC families in need of special care and assistance.