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In March every year, St Brendan's College holds Discovery Day, extending an invitation to Year 6 students to experience the day in the life of a St Brendan's College student, prior to their entry into secondary school the following year. Students of other grades considering enrolling at St Brendan's College the following year are also invited to attend Discovery Day.
In 2020, due to COVID 19, Discovery Day has had to be postponed until a date that will be advised at a later date.
Discovery Day offers a significant opportunity for students to mingle and interact, experience a taste of the St Brendan's College campus, students and staff and ease them into the transition from primary to secondary.
Discovery Day encompasses activities in Physical Education, Practical Arts, Science and Manual Arts, and we often hear wonderful feedback from visiting Primary Schools and students of the exciting day the boys have had. Your son will be accompanied by a Year Level Coordinator and Year 11 Students, who will guide him through the day. He is to wear his normal school uniform and needs to bring a school hat and a water bottle. All other requirements will be provided by St Brendan’s College including morning tea and lunch. Please tell him to leave his school bag at home for the day.
Transport for students attending primary schools on the Capricorn Coast is provided by St Brendan's College. Students will be collected from their schools and returned in time to be picked up or to catch their normal buses. Students may choose to make their own way to the College and we ask that they be at the Chapel & Performing Arts Centre before 9.00am, however please advise your school of your intention to do this.
If you miss Discovery Day in 2020, we will hold a number of Sunset Tours during the year to allow prospective students and families to discover SBC. We would love to show your our wonderful campus, so contact our Enrolments Officer on email@example.com for more information!