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St Leo’s Open Day 2022 locked in!

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NEWSFLASH:  Save the date! Our Open Day for 2022 is set for Tuesday, 15 March 2022 – 4-7pm!
What to expect!
Earlier this year, all the way back in March, we were proud to showcase everything St Leo’s has to offer at our annual Open Day & Expo.
Despite the rain, more than 1500 people attended, visiting 20 subject information stands and 15 different display, activity and performance sites spread across the College.
We are very lucky to have such wonderful facilities to showcase and such wonderful students – over 300 of whom so ably and confidently stepped up to their roles as performers, gate and stand attendants, and tour guides for the afternoon.
To all those who attended, thank you for coming. We hope you felt a strong sense of our St Leo’s community – and look forward to you joining us in the future!
If you missed our Open Day, here is a little of what you missed: Open Day 2021 video.
So lock in the date for 2022 – Tuesday 15 March from 4pm to 7pm here on campus. We hope to see you there!
Open Day 2021 - Chanel Way  Open Day 2021 - STEM  Open Day 2021 - Edinburgh Gallery
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Fee Relief during Covid-19

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The Diocese of Broken Bay (DBB) is committed to supporting families as the impact of Covid-19 continues to be felt in the community.

St Leo’s and the Diocese are aware of the financial strain that Cover-19 is having on some families at this time and on their capacity to pay school fees. With this in mind, the Diocese is offering a fee relief program which is outlined on the DBB Parent Hub.

‘While our schools rely heavily upon the support of our families, I have asked that at this time, we do all we can to support those suffering immediate financial hardship. It is with this in mind, I have approved new initiatives that will be implemented immediately, and are targeted specifically to families in greatest need, as a result of financial stress’ said Bishop Anthony.

Visit the Parent Hub and read more here.