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The Scots School is holding an INFORMATION NIGHT for parents next Thursday, 23rd February. Light refreshments will be served from 5.30pm with a 6.00pm start. Meet senior staff and hear about what a Scots School education can offer your child.
An EXPERIENCE DAY will be held the following day, FRIDAY 24th February from 8.45am until 3.20pm. This is a day where students in Year 6 can come and try our school to see what we are all about. Morning tea and lunch are provided. There is no charge for this day, however please contact the School if you would like to attend.
Mrs Lynda Ireland | Enrolments and Promotions Ph; 63312766 firstname.lastname@example.org
OTHER CARNIVALS …
Junior School WAS Thursday 23 February at Kinross Wollaroi School
Junior School HICES Wednesday 8th March
Senior School WAS Swimming Carnival Friday 3rd March at St Stanislaus’ College
Senior School ISA Swimming Carnival 29th March Sydney Olympic Park
Senior School NSW CIS Swimming 2nd and 3rd May Sydney Olympic Park
To coincide with our announcement of lower fees structure from 2017, The Scots School has some new ads that are being aired over Christmas 29016 and New Year 2017. To view our Youtube Channel, visit scotsschoolbathurst or click on the following link https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvLFFCu_SME4IE5Y7R684pg
1st December, 2016
It was announced this week that The Scots School has decided to reduce tuition fees for 2017 by an average of 30%. Headmaster, David Gates, has informed parents and staff that this decision has been made following extensive consideration over a significant period of time. The school is strategically positioning itself in the educational landscape of the Central West. The fee restructure is possible due to many years of outstanding financial management and the fact that the school is free of debt.
“The fee restructure positions the school to continue to provide a quality education at a level more affordable to a greater range of families living in Bathurst and regional centres across the Central West. The School will continue to offer the range of learning and co-curricular opportunities that make us unique,” Mr Gates said.
In recent years the School has embarked on a program of building new facilities, including a solar-heated indoor pool and a performing arts centre. As part of the commemorations of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the school in Bathurst, a new pavilion was opened in March 2016 to accommodate additional learning space, educational conferences, and sports functions. All of these facilities are free of debt and the school is looking at further developments in the years ahead.
“I am excited by the possibilities of future development that this fee restructure brings.” said Mr Gates.
The Enrolments and Promotions Officer, Mrs Lynda Ireland states “There are places available for 2017 and we welcome any families who would like to discuss enrolling for next year.”
For more information about The Scots School and the new fees, please visit www.scots.nsw.edu.au or call 6331 2766.
Headmaster, Mr David Gates welcomes interviews about this. Please contact Mrs Lynda Ireland on 63312766 or 0428 620693
The Scots School 4173 O’Connell Road BATHURST NSW 2795 Ph: 63312766 email@example.com
cordially invite you to the
Annual Speech Day
and presentation of prizes.
Thursday 8th December 2016 at 11.00 am
Bathurst memorial Entertainment Centre
Guest Speaker Mr Tim Hector
Scots Old Boy 1942-1950
All parents, family and friends are welcome to attend.
A light lunch will be served on the upper mezzanine immediately following the ceremony
The Ceremonial Parade of the Scots School Cadet Unit
4pm Wednesday 7th December,2016
Reviewing Officer will be Sgt David Flude
Scots Old Boy and currently serving member of the Australian Army
The Scots School Carol Service
Joyous Noel The Christmas message in Carols and Verse
6pm Wednesday 7th December
The story about Brett Nielsen , " A Life With No Arms”, was screened on Channel 9 /Win TV last night. Brett was in the class of 1977 at The Scots School. The film features some footage filmed at the school last year. Lynda Ireland has the original documentary if anyone is interested in borrowing it.
- HIGHLAND GATHERING Sunday 19th March 10am-4pm
- CEILIDH ( Pronounced Kay-li- which is Gaelic for Party) – Saturday March 18th from 4.30-7.30
- HIGHLAND GATHERING SHOWJUMPING DAY
- Do You Know A Student Going into Year 7 2018?
- Swimming Carnival Season
- New Ads
- MEDIA RELEASE Announcement Regarding New Fee Structure
- Annual Speech Day and presentation of prizes 11 am Thursday 8th December, 2016
- Ceremonial Parade and Christmas Carols Wednesday 7th December, 2016 from 4pm
- Brett Nielsen "A Life With No Arms"