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Last Wednesday, GSSC hosted a Family Information Evening for our prospective Year 7 students and their families looking to enrol in 2025. If you were unable to attend the event, you can watch a recording from the video here:

Our student leaders hosted a series of tours around our neighbourhoods, showcasing our top-class facilities and learning spaces and outlining the extensive supports in place to support students from our wellbeing and allied health services to our Ngarri Ngarri and Multicultural Liaison Officer teams.

On the night, we showed a video where a group of current Year 7 students were interviewed about their experiences at GSSC and how they have found their transition into secondary education.

Due to the size of the school, we asked students whether they have had trouble finding their way around the campus.

“It was a lot easier than I expected,” Havana Coady said.

“At the start yes, but then I got used to it,” Maddison Robinson said.

“No because there are a lot of people that are willing to help you around,” Kaiden Bennett said.

The students said they have a range of strategies for finding their classes including asking friends for assistance when needed, keeping a timetable in their locker and checking on Compass.

The students also said there is great support in place when help is needed, including via teachers and Education Support staff, such as the Neighbourhood Assistants located at each House entrance.

During the interview, we asked the students what they like to do outside of the classroom and what they have enjoyed most about high school.

“I sit around and talk with my friends,” Tiffany Milne said.

“I catch up with my friends in other buildings,” Mya Nean said.

“There’s more learning opportunities,” Kaiden said.

Watch the full video here: