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Cultural Tours

Cultural Tours

Cultural Tours

Humanities

Our Humanities Tours provides students with the opportunity to discover the history of Sydney, enjoy the geographic wonders of the Kosciusko National Park in NSW and explore civics and citizenship of our national capital. Highlights of the Tour include examining the archaeological remnants of colonial Sydney with a guided tour through ‘The Rocks’. The varied terrain of the Snowy mountains will certainly be an eye-opener to all students who are used to a flatter landscape of Western Australia. In Canberra, students are given the opportunity to participate in a variety of educational programs with a focus on Australia’s history, culture, heritage and democracy. Highlights is the visit to Parliament House, the High Court and the Australian War Memorial.

Language (Italy)

The Italian Tour allows our students the opportunity to be immersed in Italy’s world-renowned culture and history. The tour visits several cities including, but not limited to, Rome, Florence, Siena, Lucca, Cinque Terre, Verona and Venice. Whilst there, students will visit famous monuments such as The Trevi Fountain, The Colosseum, The Vatican, The Leaning Tower of Pisa, The Statue of David and Uffizi Gallery. Students will also have the privilege of experiencing what life is like in Italy through experiences such as a cooking class, visiting a chocolate factory in Perugia, attending an Italian mass in St Mark’s Basilica, having a tour of the Marist Brothers Headquarters in Rome and visiting a scientific high school in Treviso. The tour allows students to broadened their horizons to look at the world with a different perspective.

The Arts (New York)

Students involved in The Arts Program in Years 10-12 have the opportunity to enjoy a 14 day Arts tour of New York City. The tour boasts performance masterclasses and arts workshops with industry professionals as well as iconic New York experiences such as biking through central park, viewing Broadway shows, the Highline, and walking the Brooklyn Bridge at sunset.

Learning Immersion (Singapore)

The College recognises the challenge and importance of creating resilient, global thinkers; students who are agile, collaborative and embracing of the demands of the 21st Century. Inspired by the College’s Vision for Learning, Shine through Discovery an international partnership with Republic Polytechnic Singapore has been established, offering students the opportunity to partake in an intensive learning immersion.

As a result of participating in the Singapore Learning Immersion, students will:

  • Develop their 21st Century skills in critical thinking and real-world problem solving,
  • Develop as global citizens and how to collaborate with young people from different cultures,
  • Gain an appreciation for the excitement of a global industry learning hub