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Our K4D class have participated in the Little Woodworkers incursion. A program that provides children with the opportunity to be hands on in creating their own piece of work. The Little Woodworkers incursion helps: extend and enrich their learning, receive a positive sustainability message and 
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Mothers were invited to spend some time with their children in their classroom for Mother’s Day. The students shared with their mums all the reasons why they love them!   Why I love my mum: Yashi – “I love my mum because she makes my 
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The children in K4A have been exploring what it’s like to imagine, plan, document and create with loose parts. What looks like bits and pieces of everyday spare draw items can suddenly become an inspirational piece of artwork, created by our young learners. The children 
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A group of enthusiastic Year 11 students and staff participated in this year’s Mother’s Day Classic; an event that promotes Breast Cancer awareness, run around The Tan each year. Our contribution came close to $1400, donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Congratulations and well done to all those 
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On Thursday 10th May over 140 guests attended our annual Business Breakfast. We welcomed special guests, John Karagounis (CEO of the CEO Circle) and Scott Waters (former AFL player and Founder of LifeChanger). Both speakers spoke passionately about the importance of philanthropy in both business and their private 
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Term 1 ended with a bang, as Oakleigh Grammar’s student/teacher Rock Band “Room 109” held their “Rock Against Cancer” gig to raise funds for Cancer Council Australia. The group rocked the socks off their target of $500, raising a whopping $729.30! As the fundraiser coincided 
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On 20th March our international students were invited to attend a morning at Government House with the Government of Victoria and the Queens Council. The students share their thoughts on the experience below. We had light rain this morning. We took a taxi to the 
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Our Year 8 Science students became chemists and investigated what happens when metal reacts with acid, by conducting the classic Hydrogen “Squeaky Pop” Test. After pouring 10mls of diluted hydrochloric acid into a test tube, students added a small piece of magnesium metal to the 
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On Friday 23rd of March our Junior School students were encouraged to participate in Ride2School Day, a nationwide program enabling students to get physically active on their way to school. A total of 34 students walked to school and 15 rode their bike or scooter. 
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Our Year 10 students were lucky enough to attend an incursion for Science called, ‘A Case of Conspiracy’ presented by Ehlana from Education Interactive. Students investigated ‘A Case of Conspiracy’, where an 18 year old boy was arrested for a murder which he claims to 
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