Carrying on the tradition of boarding
of opportunities. These surrounds and opportunities give boarding students a city experience but with a country – like space. The Boarding House is a caring environment and aims to maintain and instill values within our daughter that we do at home. They are very good at giving out hugs!” said Mrs Sally Staniforth, Old Girl and Current Tara Parent. Regional Boarding Scholarships reflect the School’s continuing commitment to providing outstanding educational opportunities for girls from rural areas. “Tara has been a wise choice for us – the Boarding House is not too large in number and Kaitlin has easily got to know all the staff and girls. The Boarding House offers the added benefit of having staff attend prep during the week and this has helped Kaitlin and we are sure many others become more confident in their academic studies. Year 11 student Kaitlin Staniforth, from Coolah, had always wanted to attend a boarding school for the experience and to meet new people. She is proudly following in her mother’s footsteps by attending Tara Anglican School for Girls since Year 9. Tara offers girls a powerful and contemporary form of schooling, including the creation of friendships which can last a lifetime and a bridge to university life and beyond. The grounds and buildings at Tara are spacious and well cared for providing the girls with facilities that give them plenty
Kaitlin Staniforth, Year 11 at Tara, with her family including her mum, Mrs Sally Staniforth.