Open Days Successful

By Arnika Hazelwood | Posted: Friday July 28, 2017

We enjoyed showcasing the school during Open Days. 

200 Year 8 students visited Logan Park on Friday morning and over 400 people visited the school during our Open Morning on Sunday.  Student guides took individual family groups around the 30 stations. 

Our award winning Rock Bands, Carmina and Painted Blind performed in the Auditorium at the start of the day and then Jasper Seddon, Sophie Bradfield, Emma Samuels and Oscar McGuire shared their experiences along with a few words from Mr Hills and Ms Mouat.  

Members of the Board and PSTA were also on site to answer questions. Students and teachers  took great pride in displaying their particular subject areas and passions.   Prospective students were able to see the whole school campus and experience the wide, diverse opportunities available for everyone. 

On Friday we hosted over 200 Year 8 students who were entertained with a stunning Music Concert featuring Melicen and Mathew as well as Painted Blind and Carmina.  Students also experienced mini-lessons in PE/Sports, Science, Food and Fabric Technology, Languages and Drama/Dance.

Thanks to everyone in our school community for all the hard work, enthusiasm and energy required for Open Days.  

If families missed our Open Day they can contact the Office to organise an interview or collect a Prospectus Pack.  Enrolments for 2018 are now open and we are expecting another strong cohort. 

The featured photo shows students experimenting in a Science class by blowing carbon dioxide into sodium hydroxide making it acidic and indicated by the change in colour.  

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