Monday 05 May 2014

Discover what makes Plenty unique

Come and discover what makes Plenty Campus unique. On Tuesday 6 May Plenty Campus will be conducting a campus tour in the morning followed by a free community seminar presented by Dr Shona Bass on the Importance of Childhood and Play.

Parents will be taken on a student led tour and get the chance to meet the Deputy Principal/Head of Plenty Campus Mrs Deb Sukarna, along with other key staff members.

Plenty Campus has a wonderful community with small class sizes where students from Prep to Year 12 interact and support one another.

The campus is nestled in beautifully well-maintained gardens and set in the lovely surrounds of Mernda and boasts state-of-the-art facilities such as a Creative Arts Centre, Food Technology Centre, Primary and Secondary Libraries, Equestrian Centre and superb sporting facilities.

The campus tour will begin at 9.00am and the free community seminar will start at 10.30am in the Founders Centre. This seminar will provide parents with a clear understanding of the importance of play in childhood development.

Dr Shona Bass is the Director of Early Life Foundations and is a renowned consultant who has worked in education, the medical and health sectors for 30 years. She is a well-known speaker internationally and nationally. Shona works with educators, allied professionals and parent groups across the country on a broad range of topics such as school readiness, children’s behaviours, resilience and self-esteem.
,, She is also the author of the bestselling book, Engagement Matters – Personalised Learning for year 3 to year 8.