Catholic education will be front and centre in communities across South Australia this month as a major advertising campaign gets underway. Source: The Southern Cross.
In what will be the largest promotion run by Catholic Education SA (CESA), more than 80 students from Catholic schools will be featured in a campaign that includes advertising on billboards, buses, bus shelters and in retail shopping centres. Print, digital and radio advertising will also be seen and heard across regional areas.
The campaign promotes the many faces of Catholic education around the state with students from Reception to Year 12 participating in a photo shoot earlier this year.
It coincides with CESA’s third annual Catholic Schools Open Week, which will run from August 9 to 15. The week serves as a way for parents in the community to visit their local Catholic school and learn more about what they have to offer.
CESA director Neil McGoran said the Catholic education sector “is committed to providing excellence for every child whose learning and education is entrusted to our care”.
“Our learning experiences are grounded in Catholic values and beliefs. We want every student to experience success according to their unique characteristics and talent.
Catholic education in spotlight (By Lindy McNamara, The Southern Cross)