BECOME A MEMBER
The publicly reported instances of unjust treatment of staff, parents and students, and the personal experiences of numerous BCC community members (dating back to 2015) including past and present: parents, teachers, staff, principals and past directors, as well as many others, has motivated us to formally associate. Collectively, we are seeking change, at governance level, through a return of responsibility for governance of the school to a broad and representative membership that includes parents.
Read more about our Objectives here.
If you have been impacted, directly or indirectly, by negative treatment or experiences at the hands of the BCC Board, please consider joining the Community for Constitutional Reform at Brindabella Christian College (CCR@BCC) to help bring lasting change where a renewed BCEL can deliver quality Christian education not only to our children, but also to future generations of Canberra students.
If you are a current BCC parent, staff or teacher and concerned for your personal welfare, or your children's, please read more about how Adero can help here or make enquiry with the CCR@BCC Committee private and confidentially via email: email@example.com
To join as a Member:
- complete the Online Form below, OR
- download the Membership Application Form and return to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Full Member - Full membership is restricted to persons with a past or present connection to Brindabella Christian College, (including their respective family members) either as parents, employees, students (over 16 yrs) or former directors.
Associate Member - Other concerned persons or parties within the broader Canberra and Christian education communities can join as an Associate Member without voting rights.
YOUR PRIVACY IS IMPORTANT
CCR@BCC take privacy considerations extremely seriously. The confidentiality of the CCR@BCC membership has been built into the Association’s Constitution and Rules (Clause 36). CCR@BCC has worked with Adero Law to ensure the highest level of security for its members. In accordance with Section 67A and 67B of the Associations Incorporations Act 1991, members can elect to have their personal information restricted to the CCR@BCC Committee only. This allows the Committee to refuse access to requests for your personal information held on the Member Register.
Depending on the outcome of the Review currently before the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT), and the extent of the Federal Education Ministers actions, the Association may advance legal pathways to pursue its Objectives of constitutional reform, in which case building a Mobilisation Fund will become a priority. Should that become the case, we will reach out to our membership and other interested persons.
We are grateful for many who have already made contributions to-date, allowing us to engage
Adero Law for legal advice and assistance in establishing the Incorporated Association and a public platform.
CCR@BCC Mobilisation Fund
Account Number 20-613-5242