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Through their joint efforts in planning, cooperation and hard work,  Prep F were so excited to reap the rewards of creating synergy in their class veggie garden. The students planted radishes at the beginning of the term as part of their unit on the weather. 
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As our Year 2 studies on healthy living have come to an end, the student got to celebrate with a tasty fruit salad kebab day. Students enjoyed yummy and juicy oranges, mandarins, pears, apples, bananas, grapes and strawberries. Learning that not only is fruit delicious, 
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This week, Mrs Mascaro the Oakleigh Grammar Careers Advisor, took all our year 11 students on an excursion to experience Monash University. Student went on a guided tour with elected Monash University student ambassadors, also taking part in a presentation with Anthony Harvey from student 
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Over the last week Oakleigh Grammar has been taking part in the Life Education Van. With much anticipation, students also have the opportunity to meet the “iconic” Healthy Harold the Giraffe. Group 2F were up this week, with the van quickly filling with fun and 
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Our international students were buzzing to share one of their traditions with us this week. The Dragon Boat Festival (端午节 duan wu jie) falls on the 18th June this year. This day marks the commemoration of a Chinese poet, Qu Yuan, who loved his country dearly. 
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Our Oakleigh Grammar Science Club took programming to the next level, with the Sphero OG design. Students had the opportunity to work collaboratively to help the device navigate the rough terrain of the Oakleigh Grammar lockers. They also had to put their thinking caps on in 
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The K4A children made the journey over to the “big school” library on Tuesday morning. When the class first started visiting the library, we spoke about the importance of a library, what we could find there, and what we would do. Miss Chitra helped us 
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The Year 4s are exploring the inquiry topic of History this term. Their unit, First Contacts, allows them to look at the perspectives of Indigenous Australians and European settlers, during 1880 in Australia. George from Year 4 created an amazing board game titled, “The Amazing 
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Ahoy matey! The Year 4 students experienced life as sailors this week on the Polly Woodside. Their inquiry unit, First Contacts, explores the First Fleet’s journey from England to Australia. The vote was unanimous, no one would have enjoyed the working life aboard a ship! 
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The Year 3s had a wonderful adventure this week attending the Royal Botanic Gardens, and the Shrine of Remembrance to complement their studies on community and remembrance. The students enjoyed touring the gardens and learning about the plant’s significance, and about aboriginal bush tucker. They 
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