Virtual Open Day Q&A

Please find below some common questions we received as part of the Virtual Open Day. If you are unable to see your question below, please refer to our Prospectus for more information. Alternatively, please do not hesitate to contact enrolments@ahs.qld.edu.au.


Are there any primary schools you would recommend in our area for students looking to attend All Hallows’ School in the future?

We understand how important the selection of a School is for your family. It is difficult for the School to predict where our future confirmed enrolments will come from as an Offer of Enrolment at All Hallows’ School is not restricted by a school catchment zone, and we do receive Applications from all over Brisbane and surrounding suburbs.


Does All Hallows’ School showcase a range of diverse career options?  Do you have regular guests that talk to the girls about different pathways and emerging future jobs?

The All Hallows’ School Career Education and Development Program provides opportunities for students to engage in a wide range of activities to support them to explore individual career pathways.

The Careers and Vocational Education Department provides careers symposiums to assist students with their subject selections as well as an opportunity to participate in interactive sessions with leading industry professionals, guest speakers, and international, national and local tertiary institutions. These events allow students to forge new relationships, connect with industries, develop leadership skills and stay up to date with shifting trends in career clusters.

All Hallows’ School provides a broad range of learning options for our students during their last three years of schooling, in the form of work experience, school-based traineeships/apprenticeships, TAFE and Diploma programs.

Students participate in one-on-one meetings with their Head of House to discuss post-school pathways. A fortnightly careers bulletin is also available to students and their parents or caregivers.


What is the learning support and learning enhancement provided to students at All Hallows’ School?

All Hallows’ is committed to individualised learning. Information on our School’s Learning Support and Enrichment Programs is available from our website by clicking here. On Confirmation of Enrolment our Learning Support and Enrichment team would communicate closely with your family to ensure your daughter receives specialised assistance to meet her individual needs.


What culture and sport cocurricular activities are available to Years 5 and 6 students at All Hallows’ School?

Students in Years 5 and 6 at All Hallows’ enjoy a wide range of sport and culture cocurricular activities including:

  • Placement in all instrumental ensembles depending on ability level
  • Year 5 String Orchestra and Year 5 Concert Band – this is compulsory for Year 5 students in conjunction with curriculum music
  • Novizio Choir
  • Debating
  • Private Music, Speech & Drama lessons
  • Arts Festival
  • Fitness and Wellness Program (including GymFit, SwimFit and RunFit) and an after-school introductory sports program with a different sport each term
  • Year 5 Club Sports (including indoor hockey, water polo, field hockey, touch football, netball)
  • Metro Cup (including athletics, cross country and swimming)
  • Primary School Netball Cup and Touch Football All Schools
  • Primary School Hockey Cup.