General information for new students, existing students and parents


Bus information

Buses arrive at the school by at 8.30 am, and depart the school at 3.25pm.

Bus passes and bus usage

  • If a student wishes to change buses or stops, a signed parental note in diary must be presented
  • If a student seeks transport to another area for some purpose (eg sports practice), a signed note in the student’s diary must be presented at least two days before the change in transport is required.  Where a bus is listed as having more or equal numbers of students than seats, permission might not be granted.
  • If a student is required to leave the school grounds between dismissal from the lesson and the arrival of the bus, Student Services or Reception staff must be informed.

Bus Application form


Birdwood High School uniform 

Dress Code Policy

Uniforms may be purchased from:


        • Shop 24
          Clovercrest Plaza
          429 Montague Road
          Modbury North   SA  5092



        • tel: 8396 6465
        • email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Opening times are:

          • Monday to Friday - 9am to 5pm
          • Saturday 9am to 12pm

Buy Uniform Online


 Canteen Menu and Price List

Canteen Menu and Price List


Counselling Information

School Based Counselling Brochure

More Wellbeing information on the BHS Facebook page


Electronic Devices

2017 BYOD Requirements

The technology for Birdwood High School is ever changing in line with the advancement of technology and continual and increasing need for students to access electronic devices. Birdwood High does provide some access to computers etc. in labs that can be booked by teachers, and several areas across the school have small labs. Many of our students already have their own laptop or tablet, which means their device is more portable across different areas of the school and increases flexibility of usage.
Students are actively encouraged to purchase and be responsible for looking after their own electronic device. Where students have a laptop or tablet and require a desktop computer for particular tasks, students will be able to access a desktop computer.

Which device should I buy?

Students are able to use a variety of devices on our network. Each type of device has its advantages and disadvantages.

Devices such as tablets have a number of advantages:

  • They are ‘always on’ and quick to begin using
  • They are less likely to be infected with viruses (particularly iPads)
  • The Camera is integrated and easy to use with other apps
  • Light and easy to carry around

One disadvantage is that tablets do not have USB ports, so information can only be transferred wirelessly or via email. They are also more fragile than laptops.

Laptops, Mac or PC also have their advantages:

  • Better for typing long essays
  • Able to connect to a wider range of devices
  • Wider range of software available
  • Laptops are more robust and therefore less susceptible to breakages.


The choice is yours. If buying a tablet we would recommend a model with plenty of storage over the lifetime of the device.

PC’s must have antivirus software installed before we will allow it to be connected to the network, Microsoft Security Essentials, Avast and AVG are free downloads and are quite adequate.

Please also make sure that any device (MP3 player, mobile phone, laptop, tablet, etc) that students bring to school is covered by your home insurance.

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