Good Shepherd Catholic College is on display this Friday for its annual Open Night.
A highlight of the year, Open Night is a showcase of the innovation and variety on offer at the College.
Prospective students will have an opportunity to preview all of the learning spaces of the College and engage in activities such as school tours, a principal address and free barbecue.
Principal Kathleen McCarthy said Open Night was a huge event on the school calendar.
"It is always such a fun evening and students are excited to show off their school to the community and promote the wonderful atmosphere in the College," Mrs McCarthy said.
"The Science, Hospitality and Arts displays are always a crowd favourite. Children will have the opportunity to participate in science experiments, textiles activities and arts and crafts. There will be Drama performances, clay-pot making in the Art room and displays of student projects in the state of the art Design and Technology Centre."
Open Night is from 4.30pm - 6pm in the Lumen Christi Centre at the College.
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