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Healthy Living for Young Women and Odyssey Programs

Thursday, November 05, 2015

The girls and boys from Years 8 to 12 each attended full day personal development workshops last week as part of our student wellbeing program, based on what it means to be a young man and woman in today's society.


Sunday, October 04, 2015

The Pirate King, a ruthless, yet surprisingly kind hearted captain? Frederic, the ex-apprentice pirate now bent the destruction of piracy? The beautiful and brave Mabel who will wait for her darling Frederic, no matter how long it takes? The Major General, whose general knowledge is second to none, and whose military knowledge is none?

Using Light To Help Feed the World

Thursday, September 10, 2015

As part of Science week The Hermitage Research Station presented the Science Forum – Lets Talk About Science: Using Light to Help Feed the World at the School’s Vijayadev Yogendra Auditorium.

Past Student Returns to Share Story with Students

Monday, August 03, 2015

Former student of the School of Total Education, Grace Dugan returned to the school for a visit recently before taking on the challenging role of doctor at a hospital in Papua New Guinea.

Tree House Reopening

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Like the garden of Oscar Wilde's giant, the tree house breathed a special breathe into the school last Friday. After 8 years standing in silent witness, it spoke again. Its voice was the delight in all the children's voices as they happily played in what was affectionately known as “the cubby”.

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