News of the Coronavirus is everywhere. It has become overwhelming for many adults and children alike. Adults are listening to and deciphering daily updates heard on the news and adjusting to many changes in their own lives; from juggling work and remote learning with their 
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This morning our Premier, Daniel Andrews announced that there would be some changes specific to students in Year 12. With empathy and reassurance, our Principal, Mark Robertson felt it important to address our very own Senior School students during this difficult period. See Mr Robertson’s 
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The fire of literacy is created by the emotional sparks between a child, a book, and the person reading. It isn’t achieved by the book alone, nor by the child alone, nor by the adult who’s reading aloud—it’s the relationship winding between all three, bringing 
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In Orthodox Studies, the Year 1 students have been learning about Holy Friday. Megali Paraskevi is the most sacred day of Holy Week. The church bells ring all morning to remember it is a day of mourning. Girls decorate the Epitafio – the funeral bier. 
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Please see the latest video message from our Principal in the link below:
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A message from the Oakleigh Grammar LOTE Department For the Greek nation, March 25th is a double holiday, celebrating a historical achievement and a religious event: The Independence against the Ottoman occupation & the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary. A custom for the National independence 
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Please see the latest update from the Principal below in relation to Covid-19 click here
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Please find the excellent resource below about explaining Coronavirus to children. Click here
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What was your original University course and how did it lead you to reproductive sciences? Was this the course you wanted to get into straight after OG? I completed a Bachelor of Science (Biology major) at Deakin University which I thoroughly enjoyed, as this was 
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Please see the link below to read the following update from the School in relation to the Coronavirus. Click here 
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