Year 7 Open Day

Students entering Year 7 in 2025 are invited to experience a 鶹 education firsthand. Prospective students will be immersed in our Year 7 classrooms and encouraged to get involved in engaging class activities. The Year 7 Open Day is a great way for students to get a feel for our school, make new friends, and get to know the Year 7 teachers.

    Prospective students will be assigned a Year 6 鶹 Buddy who will also be attending the Open Day to see what Year 7 in 2025 holds for them.

    Students will enjoy a complimentary morning or afternoon tea by the lagoon providing a valuable opportunity to discuss their experience and get to know other potential Year 7 students.

    It is not a requirement to Apply for Enrolment prior to attending our Year 7 Open Day – please just come along and see what Cathedral has to offer.

    Year 7 Open Days for 2024 are fully booked. Thank you for registering.

    Term 2
    Monday 10 June.
    Option 3 – 8:45am to 12:00pm.

    Reserve Your Place Today

    Reservations for our Year 7 Open Days in 2024 are now closed.

    Middle School at The 鶹

    In the Middle School, the curriculum and pastoral care models are designed to meet the needs of students as they journey through the transitional years of adolescence. Our objective is to provide a positive, safe yet disciplined environment for these students from Years 7 to 9 to be academically challenged, and to provide each individual with the means and opportunities to grow emotionally, socially and spiritually.

    The year level tutor group structure is the core of Middle School’s excellent pastoral care. Our tutors are energetic, empathetic and committed to providing the scaffold needed to support students in all facets of their school life. The tutor is the first point of contact for parents/guardians and strong relationships are developed with students and with their parents/ guardians.

    At Cathedral, Year 7 is a transition year which offers some of the security of the Junior School structure but with a wider range of opportunities, both academic and extracurricular. Year 8 is a year of consolidation and possibilities, where students experience a wider variety of subjects. In Year 9, students begin to move towards a more Senior School oriented model with choices of electives in areas of personal interest.

    The Cathedral Middle School provides a host of extracurricular, sporting, cultural, service and leadership opportunities for its students. We operate within a Christian context in the Anglican tradition and encourage our students to live by these values in their daily interactions with one another.

    Mr. Chris Anderson
    Head of Middle School