The Somerset Celebration of Literature is a significant cultural event that reaches beyond Somerset College to include the whole community. This inspiring three day festival is held on the Gold Coast each year, with ticket sales exceeding 15,000.
Over 30 acclaimed authors from around Australia hold interactive sessions and workshops for both children and adults. It’s a great opportunity to meet authors and illustrators, have your books signed and enjoy a festival dedicated to reading and writing.
Join the Year 8 Parents for coffee on Wednesday 20 August. Details below.
Last week, an email was sent to parents to let you know about our next Prep parent function that we are holding on Friday 22 August. The details are as follows:
It is time for a Year 5 catch-up! Please join us straight after school drop-off.
Standard session tickets are $7.00 (inclusive of GST) per person per session. For adult sessions, workshops and catered functions, please refer to individual event information.
The Sponsored Schools Programme has been in place for ten very successful years and has allowed in excess of 10,000 students to visit the Somerset Celebration of Literature who would otherwise not have had the opportunity to attend.
The Somerset Celebration of Literature will be held at the College from Wednesday 18 March to Friday 20 March 2015. The Festival has rightly earned the reputation as one of the most successful and significant events of its kind.
During the Somerset Celebration of Literature, we welcome over 30 renowned authors and illustrators from Australia and around the world.
We believe passionately in providing aspiring writers with opportunities for development. This is why we offer literature competitions that promote the artform of writing, and which can vary from year to year, depending on our focus.
Each year, we host approximately 120 events as part of the Somerset Celebration of Literature. The expansive programme includes special functions for adults, as well as family events and author sessions especially for school students.