More than 50 families attended the College’s final Open Day for 2017, held this week. As groups arrived they were greeted and taken on tours with students highlighting the Somerset Experience. We had families from Germany, Mauritius and California visit for the morning.
Senior School piano players helped set the scene in The Great Hall, where families were met before Year 11 and Year 6 students courageously took tours around the College. As always, there was exceptional feedback on how these students presented and conveyed information.
An impressive number stayed on past their tours and morning tea, to hear brief overviews of College life from our Headmaster, Craig Bassingthwaighte, Head of Senior School, Dr Adrian Johnson and Head of Junior School, Brenda Millican. The audience also heard from Year 11 students, Michael Guy and Joyce Louie.
We were delighted that 150 visitors were able to attend and gain an insight into the College and the many varied opportunities available to students at Somerset.
Special thanks must be extended to the student volunteers who continue to represent the College with outstanding pride.
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