Science Week in the Junior School has been celebrated with Hands On Science, running incursions in each year level. The students have been fully immersed in inquiry and discovery, as they were scientists for the day. Theme: Chemical Sciences Prep – Bubble Chemistry Students investigated 
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On Tuesday 13th of August, Oakleigh Grammar celebrated the inaugural visit, and blessing of His Eminence Archbishop Makarios Griniezakis Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church of Australia. His Eminence was warmly greeted at the School gates by flag bearers, members of our Junior School and 
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On Tuesday the 30th of July, staff, students and families gathered to celebrate the growth and dedication of the Oakleigh Grammar Arts Department, through the annual presentation of talent featured at, A Night At The Theatre. Orchestrated by Artistic Directors and Head of Arts, Elise 
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Congratulations to Athena Evgeniadis of Year 9 and Arthur Millaras of Year 10, who both won MVP honours for Oakleigh Grammar at Tuesday’s EISM 5-A-Side Futsal Competition. Athena also won the award as ‘top female goal scorer’ from all girls teams during the tournament. Athena 
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Through their study on First Contacts, the students in Year 4 have been inquiring into how Indigenous peoples are connected to the land, and how they were affected by European migration. They have considered many perspectives, and have been making connections with their personal histories 
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It was a chilly three degree start to the day as the Year 11 students, along with Ms. Thomas, Mr. Gobbo and Ms. Mascaro headed off on school buses to Deakin University Burwood Campus, for a day out at Deakin. The day involved touring the 
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What was your area of focus within the Philosophy sector, and how did your research ultimately reflect this? My PhD thesis addressed potential adverse health consequences of sugary drink consumption. Sugary drinks as a health issue piqued my interest as since there’s lots of data 
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Below are some photos of the Year 2s today enjoying their fruit kebabs which they made in class, as part of their ‘Healthy Living’ unit. The students had to bring in fruit from home, which we cut up and placed on skewers. Some of the 
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The Year 3s had a wonderful adventure attending the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Shrine of Remembrance to complement our studies on Community and Remembrance. The students gained a greater understanding and respect for Aboriginal culture. They experienced making and using ochre paint, and held 
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The CSIRO recently published that balloons are part of the top three most harmful pollutants threatening marine wildlife. Everyday balloons are released or accidentally escape from outdoor events, where they almost definitely end up in waterways and the ocean, and can be mistaken by wildlife 
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