Start a positive future for your child now
All students can embrace an educational journey encompassing physical, social, emotional and spiritual learning to develop the whole person in a Christian world view. Scots All Saints College is a fabulous place that students love to attend and where they enjoy a variety of experiences that grow independent, responsible young people.
Try Kindergarten Morning – Thursday 16 May
Take the first steps to a lifelong love of learning
Bring your child to experience an engaging, rewarding environment within our junior school. Meet the teachers, see our classrooms, try our facilities in a special session in readiness for ‘big school.’
Register your interest now by calling 02 6331 3911 to reserve your child’s spot. Be quick as they are limited places for this special program.
Kindergarten 2020 – Parent Information Evening – Thursday, 23 May, 7:oo pm
A Parent Information evening has been organised at 7:00 pm, Thursday, 23 May in the Kindergraten classrooms at All Saints Campus to support parents who have a child or children starting Kindergarten with Scots All Saints College in 2020. Now is the time to enrol your child and find out more about our Junior School offering. Join us to understand more about our Kindergarten program and have your questions answered by our caring, experienced teachers.
Try Scots All Saints College for a Day
Scots All Saints College offers a unique program where students can attend the College for a day, meet the teachers, join the classes, try out the facilities and make new friends.
The next Try Scots All Saints College Middle School and Try Scots All Saints College Senior School event will be coming soon.
For further information, please contact our Registrar, Mrs Lisa Ellery on 6332 7310 or email email@example.com
Lithgow Campus Open Day – Thursday 7 May from 3:30 pm
We extend a sincere invitation to you and your family to become a part of our vibrant Scots All Saints College community. We look forward to seeing you at the upcoming Lithgow Open Day on Thursday 7 May from 3:30pm to 5:30pm, 1 Col Drewe Drive, Lithgow, just off the Great Western Highway. No need to RSVP, simply come along.
The Open Day is a wonderful opportunity for current and future parents and their children to further discover our Lithgow Campus learning environment. This is an important event for the Lithgow community and helps to form the first steps in orientation for new Junior School students in 2020. The Open Day offers classroom tours and the opportunity to have one on one talks with our experienced and caring educators including Director of the Junior School, Mr Anthony Roohan and our teachers, Ms Tenille Jenkins (Pre-K) and Mrs Erika Pringle (K-Year 6). They will be available to discuss the focus of the learning environment at Scots All Saints College Lithgow Campus and answer your questions about the opportunities available to students in the 2020 schooling year. Our Lithgow Campus Pre-Kindergarten and Junior School is a space for students to develop a lifelong love of learning from a very early age.
Tour our campuses
We welcome families for a Campus tour at your convenience. Make an appointment with our Registrar who can organise some of our experienced staff to guide you through the extensive grounds at our Scots Campus for Pre-Kindergarten, Boarding (5-12) and Senior School (9-12); All Saints Campus for Middle School (5-8), Junior School (K-4), Pre-Kindergarten or Lithgow Campus for Pre-Kindergarten and Junior School (K-6).
Spring Fair – Sunday 8 September
One of our annual College fundraisers, Spring Fair is a regional community event held annually on All Saints Campus, Eglinton Road on Sunday 8 September from 10am – 4pm.
This event has become a highlight on the Bathurst events calendar as a day not to be missed with fun and entertainment for the whole family. Expect good coffee, local produce from local and regional farming families, good coffee, plenty of food, market stalls, games and lots of good rides for all ages. Rides day passes available in advance at discounted prices and online and at Spring Fair on the day. This is a whole of College community event, highlighting the amazing spirit of collaboration we have at the College. Spring Fair is co-ordinated by volunteers from the Scots All Saints College Parents’ and Friends’ Association, parents, students and our Alumni groups.
All Saints Campus tours are held throughout the day hosted by School Directors and the Head of College. Tours showcase the facilities, heritage buildings and picturesque, rural setting offered by the College. No need to book. Just come along and meet at the Scots All Saints College marquee on the day.
Meet and Greet On Campus Breakfasts
Parents and students interested in discovering more about Scots All Saints College can register their interest in attending an upcoming On Campus Breakfast with the Headmaster. Join us for a light breakfast, tea and coffee as we guide you through our positive psychology approach, collaborative learning environment, introduce you to our wonderful teachers and highlight the many specialist facilities available across our 3 campuses in Bathurst and Lithgow.
If you would like to know more about how our inspired learning environment is motivating students to be the best they can be, please contact our Registrar, Mrs Lisa Ellery on 6332 7310 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet and Greet – Events, Regional Rural NSW visits
Our College prides itself on connecting with our community. As our students travel locally, from surrounding towns and villages and throughout NSW and beyond, our friendly staff, School Directors and Head of College regularly attend country shows, events and forum to meet with parents in their local areas. Parents and students interested in discovering more about Scots All Saints College and would like to arrange a staff visit to their community, can register their interest via email@example.com please feel free to come and say hello when you see our Scots All Saints College crest out and about in your community.