With a healthy dose of food, families and fun, Heritage College hosted the annual Open Night at our Prep- Year 6 campus on Thursday night.
The primary band performed a number of items for the crowds that gathered, as the food trucks served vegetarian paella, hot drinks, iced coffees and slushies. The rock wall challenged the brave whilst the giant monkey jumping castle kept the little ones busy.
All classrooms from Prep to Year 6 in the primary school were open for viewing and display, with teaching staff on hand to ask questions from families. Goodie bags were handed to visitors, filled with plenty of reminders from their time on campus, including a 2018 yearbook, sticker, pen and notepad.
School captains were on hand to provide assistance throughout the campus, helping new families find their way around the facilities and answer any questions. healthy treats from the canteen as tasters to our guests.
With the release of the proposed Early Learning Centre at Narre Warren South campus, families were able to view master plans for the space and speak with our existing Kindergarten teacher from Officer campus, Vanessa.
With a visit from our friends Jindi Zoo and face painting booth set up by our secondary students, we had a brilliant time hosting families on campus, and trust that we showed resilience, service, respect and excellence to all who visited.
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