School Tours | The first Tuesday of every month (term time) | 10am - 11am
New and prospective families are invited to enjoy a tour of The Cathedral School. The tour is an opportunity to observe classrooms in action and to see our extensive facilities.
Families take a guided tour of the classrooms and facilities (in the Junior School, Middle School and Senior School), allowing them to have a first hand experience of life at The Cathedral School.
The tour also allows family to ask many and varied questions about the educational options available to their child. These include questions about the extensive opportunities available to a student of The Cathedral School, including curriculum, academic excellence, scholarships, pastoral care, Chapel, music and sport.
Tuesday 6 February
Tuesday 6 March
Tuesday 1 May
Tuesday 5 June
Tuesday 7 August
Tuesday 4 September
Tuesday 6 November
Bookings for the monthly School Tour are essential, please click here to register.
Open Day | Saturday 19 May | 9am - 12noon
Join us at our Open Day to meet the staff and students, learn about the academic curriculum, discover the range of extracurricular opportunities, find out about our pastoral care program and enjoy the music and drama performances.
There will also be a variety of hands on and interactive workshops that parents and children of all ages get involved with. Stay tuned for more details!
Other Events and Information Sessions
Kindy and Prep Open Morning | Wednesday 14 March | 9am - 10am
Our Kindy and Prep staff are opening their classroom doors for parents to learn about giving their children the best start to their educational journey.
Meet the staff, see the classes in action and gain an insight into Cathedral's early childhood program.
Bookings for the Kindy and Prep Open Morning are essential, please click here to register.
Middle School Experience | Friday 16 March and Monday 30 July
Students entering Year 7 in 2019 are invited to experience Cathedral’s Middle School program first-hand. Prospective students will be immersed into a Year 7 classroom and encouraged to get involved in engaging class activities. The Middle School Experience will be a great way for students to get a feel for our school, make new friends and to get to know the Year 7 teachers.
Prospective students will be assigned a Cathedral buddy to ensure that they feel comfortable and a part of the school community straight away. Students may attend in casual clothes and bring a bag with some basic stationery items such as a note book and pens.
Times - Friday 16 March - 1.30pm to 3.00pm and Monday 30 July - 8.30am - 11.00am
Bookings for the Middle School Experience are essential, please click here to register.
Boarding Experience | Sunday 29 July
Come along to the Boarding Experience which will offer a great taste of boarding life and a chance to meet some of our wonderful staff and friendly boarders. Bookings are essential; please register online using the Middle School Experience link.
Middle School Information Session | Tuesday 28 August | 6.30pm
The Head of Middle School and senior staff will give a detailed presentation about Cathedral's Middle School (Year 7 - 9) program, and will be available to answer any questions you may have.
More information about this session will be released later in the year. Stay tuned for more details!
Regional and International Visits
The Cathedral School has a proud record of ensuring that communication between parents, students and teachers is open and productive. For families living in rural and remote areas, and even overseas, maintaining the level and quality of communication is even more important.
As a result, the school's senior staff embark on an extensive visit of regional Queensland every year. Staff spend time talking with current families about their child’s academic progress and social well being.
Parents are encouraged to discuss any concerns that they may have and discuss pathways to ensure that their child is able to perform at their best.
During these visits the staff also take the time to meet with prospective families to discuss the benefits of a Cathedral education.
Regional visits are held throughout the school year, with meetings organised by the Registrar prior.