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A celebration of a long-standing friendship

The School continues to be grateful for the support and friendship of the Myer family.

Building sporting history one game at a time

Rod McLeod retires at the end of 2022 after 35 years building our School’s basketball culture from the ground up.

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.

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.

Gratitude for a career of sporting highlights

With Australian championships and international tours behind him, Rob Shields shares his sense of gratitude after a nearly 40-year career.

A spark of unshackled curiosity

Wadhurst teacher, Airlie Stewart, highlights how camps can provide students with opportunities for unexpected discovery.

On the importance of reading good books

Books that make us think can be formative. Dr Felicity McCutcheon, Head of Teacher Development in the Senior School shares some of her most important readings.

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 chance encounter leads to a lifetime commitment

Retiring after 30 years of service, Tony Walker shares his sense of gratitude for a lifetime connected to our rowing community.

A gift of care and affection

Harold Down was the second Principal of Grimwade House. Pierre Gorman (OM 1942) was one of his students. Here is their story.