Give your child space to thrive at Scots All Saints College

Give your child space to thrive at Scots All Saints College


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If you'd like your child to enjoy more than just a standard education, it's important to find a school that goes above and beyond for every one of its students.

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Story sponsored by Scots All Saints College.

If you'd like your child to enjoy more than just a standard education, it's important to find a school that goes above and beyond for every one of its students. Recently strengthened by the merger of The Scots School and All Saints' College, Scots All Saints College has emerged as the school of choice for the region, and it's easy to see why.

Boasting a reputation as one of the leading independent Christian Colleges in New South Wales, Scots All Saints takes pride in offering your child a space in which they can learn, thrive and 'just be'. When it comes to the school's expansive grounds, the College's specialist facilities span across 3 campuses, and include separate Performing Arts and Sports centres, an indoor swimming pool, an equestrian centre and a working farm.

As both of the College's founding institutions enjoy wonderful histories as leading schools of excellence in their own right-known for leading NAPLAN and HSC results across the Central West region-the newly appointed Head of Scots All Saints College, Mr John Weeks, says the new and improved college is well-equipped to offer your child the firm foundation they deserve, allowing them to put their best foot forward in all areas of life.

"Our focus at Scots All Saints College is to provide the necessary building blocks for every student to become young men and women of purpose, and confident leaders who are ready to contribute to the local and global community," Mr Weeks said.

For a student to achieve their full potential, Mr Weeks says that outstanding pastoral care and a strong sense of community are vital. This is why Scots All Saints College has adopted an ethos of positive psychology, allowing its community to interact in a way that builds 'mental fitness' for life.

"We pride ourselves on offering a big space to grow and learn with a small country feel, where deep-seated country values of resilience, heart and hospitality play a key role," Mr Weeks said.

Not only does the school provide four boarding houses on Scots Campus, it also boasts over 150 acres of land, featuring a working farm and an equestrian centre. This picturesque environment offers idyllic rural charm as well as a comforting sense of home to students as they grow.

If your children love the great outdoors, boarding student Rosie Webb says Scots All Saints College is the place to be. Currently completing her Year 12 studies, Ms Webb, who is originally from Oberon, currently lives and studies on the grounds of the College with her sister and cousins, enabling her family to stay together as they complete their education.

"What I love most about our College is the range of co-curricular activities that are available - from agriculture, cattle team, equestrian, music, pipes and drums and sports we have a wide choice to get involved and enjoy the diverse activities," Ms Webb said.

Like many other students who enjoy outdoor education, Ms Webb also keeps her own horse with her on the grounds at the school's Equestrian Centre. This feature is one of the reasons why Scots Campus is the boarding school of choice for so many rural families, and a reflection of the school's commitment to supporting the personal development of its students.

Priding itself on fostering a family atmosphere where all students are valued, Scots All Saints College is dedicated to helping students grow into young adults who are sure and confident of their own self-worth.

Scots All Saints College is now enrolling. For more information or to book a campus tour call (02) 6331 3911. To learn more head to scotsallsaints.nsw.edu.au.

Story sponsored by Scots All Saints College.

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