Shellharbour Anglican College students have fun at Child's Play Festival

Shellharbour Anglican College participated at the Child's Play Festival recently, where they had the opportunity to enjoy numerous interactive and educational activities.

The event is aimed at preschoolers – providing the perfect marketplace for Shellharbour Anglican College to showcase its prep program.  

"Our prep program is a fun transition to formal schooling for children who will turn four years old by March 1,” head of junior school, Andrew McPhail said. 

“The program is designed for children in the year before kindergarten and includes a learning program of inquiry, play, directed teaching and exploration of the things important to a four year old. 

“It features an outstanding learning space and a unique outdoor “jungle” with vegetable gardens, mazes and climbing trees.” 

Student prefects and staff interacted with the children, who created story rocks and had a hands on experience with the Bugs Alive display.

About Shellharbour Anglican College

Established in 2004, Shellharbour Anglican College is a Prep and Kindergarten to year-12 co-educational independent school, offering quality education for children that is financially accessible and responsibly managed.

A member of the Sydney Anglican Schools Corporation, the college is known as a place of innovation and academic excellence where students are both supported and challenged through Christian, academic, cultural, physical and practical areas of learning.

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