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Year 6 takes a hands-on course in sustainability

At this year’s camp, our Year 6 students deepened their knowledge of sustainable practices in a community that puts the environment first.

Meet the 2023 School Captains

Our 2023 student leaders exemplify self-leadership and reflection of the School values.

An ‘Australian Animals’ exhibition at Grimwade House

The intersection of learning and art is always visible in the Grimwade House art rooms.

The importance of purposeful play

For our youngest students, play is a fundamental part of our teaching and learning strategy.

Making sustainability everyone’s business

It’s never too early to start learning about sustainability. Our Year 5 students are already coming up with some sustainable ideas of their own.

A club where teachers get to play

A new after-school activity at Grimwade House is bringing staff together and creating new connections with students.

A young leader who thinks of his team

Grimwade Captain Louis Hooper has a new role to celebrate: leading our State team in AFL competition.

Shared history, shared future

Grimwade House students are privileged to be learning from a First Nations Elder and Traditional Owner of the Boon Wurrung Country.

Tut, Tut! was great, great!

The Year 6 production shone with vibrancy and energy. Well done to the cast and crew.

A new classmate brings more joy to Grimwade

Grimwade House welcomes a new, four-legged friend.

An open-minded view on spiritual connection

Our first Chaplain with Indigenous heritage at Grimwade House, Rev'd Helen Dwyer, is looking forward to welcoming students and families of all spiritual understandings.

Campuses come to life through cultural connections

The cultural diversity of our learning program, our students and our community was celebrated through recent festive events.