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Farewell Greg Caldwell

Greg Caldwell retires at end 2021 after serving as Head of Wadhurst for the past 15 years.

Conversations with elders encourage empathy

Through the Argo program, our Year 7 students have been forging new connections with the elders in their lives.

Music concerts continue during lockdown

Performance in front of an audience is an important aspect of a musician's education.

New Head of Wadhurst appointed

Anna-Louise Simpson will commence as Head of Wadhurst in January 2022.

Science Week: different by design

Staging Science Week during a COVID-19 lockdown led to new approaches and mindsets.

Confidence, resilience and new friendships

Even though performances are paused, preparing to go on stage has been a transformative experience for our Year 6 and 7 drama students.

How the Olympics inspire learning

The Olympics remain as fascinating in the classroom as they are in the stadium. These are just some of the ways the Games have been part of our curriculum over the years.

The “lightbulb moment” beyond the School gates

For our geography students, there’s no better place to grasp classroom concepts than in the field.

Learning through experience at Wadhurst

Applying new knowledge in less expected ways enhances learning at Grimwade House.

The Bard shows students new ways of thinking

By writing a new novel specifically for our students, one Wadhurst teacher is connecting Shakespeare’s themes to the 21st century classroom.

Meet the 2021 School Captains

We conceptualise leadership as being underpinned by service at Melbourne Grammar School. Meet a group of students who are at the forefront of this approach.

A new debating event at Wadhurst

The inaugural Wadhurst Online Debating Festival (WODFest) was a clever response to COVID-19 restrictions.