It is a time of celebration, where people from all different denominations, different ethnic heritage and different age groups, come together to celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Visitors can join us for interactive arts activity (agar dish), brass bands and a Kids Prom, a Balkan Beat Masquerade Ball, and fresh slants by young opera and classical musicians on their traditional forms.
During the morning, there will be the opportunity to view the classrooms in action, enjoy a delicious morning tea while Year 10 performs a scene from their musical, The Little Mermaid, and attend interactive presentations.
Getting the right amount of vitamins and minerals is especially important during the first 12 weeks, so morning sickness is not something you should have to grin and bear! Here are our top 3 suggestions to help with your morning sickness:
Bring the family along to Rouse Hill House & Farm for a day of fun and nostalgia on Sunday 12th August. Tour the historic house and stables, experience the 1880s schoolhouse, meet the farmers and feed the animals.