If you ask the K to Year 6 students at St Kevin’s Primary in Cardiff what makes their school so special, you might be surprised by some of their answers.
The single stream school on Main Street has a history dating back to 1917, and a thriving tight-knit school community that are incredibly proud of their education hub.
Given the nature of the school, each child is known, providing intimate learning opportunities, and for students increased curricular activities, and more importantly – less time waiting for the play equipment.
“It’s a great school for opportunities.”
“It’s just nice and relaxing,”
“Everyone supports you.”
“There’s a lot of good play equipment and a lot of good friends you can make.”
“You should come here because it’s all nice and calm.”
“It’s like a second home.”
And, on Friday 3 November, the Lake Macquarie school is hosting a School Showcase event inviting prospective parents to visit the address and see for themselves what the fuss is about.
From 8.30am, St Kevin’s Primary will offer Kindergarten play experiences, performing arts, sports activities and teacher interactions.
Breakfast will also be included with a free sausage sizzle and coffee van on-site until 10am.
For more details, phone 4954 0036 or email [email protected]
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