Scots All Saints College, Bathurst will visit regional and rural towns this month to connect with past, current and future families and support local ‘buy from the bush’ campaigns.
Director of Community Engagement & Marketing, Mel Monico said: “We understand most of our families are on the land or working in small business and it can be challenging to leave properties to learn more about education opportunities for their children.”
“There has been great interest and support for the development of Scots All Saints College in Bathurst following the integration last year of two very longstanding and respected boarding schools, The Scots School and All Saints’ College, with a combined history in education stemming back over 219 years. After a successful first year, Scots All Saints College is emerging as a progressive college, catering to the needs of rural and regional families with affordable and quality education, we simply want to reach out to communities in our traditional heartland and help them learn more,” Mel said.
“Scots All Saints College has welcomed 130 new students in 2020 and the school continues to grow with unrivalled space, opportunities in academic and co-curricular activities. We are keen to listen to the needs of local families in education and introduce our leadership team including our new Director of Boarding, Anthony Le Couteur. We are pleased he can join our team and share his thoughts about our programs developed for rural and regional families including Equestrian Centre, on campus horse agistment, affordable parent accommodation on campus and agriculture programs on the Scots Campus farm.”
We warmly welcome all local families in Forbes to join us in Parkes for an informal evening of drinks and canapés. See ad on this page for more details.