Click here to view the letter from our Principal, Mark Robertson in regards to mask protocols pertaining to Oakleigh Grammar    
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Please see the following information from our Principal in regards to the COVID-19 restrictions update : Click Here
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Today, Oakleigh Grammar’s first careers event of the year kicked off with “Swinburne at Our School.” Swinburne student ambassador Zoe, who is studying a Bachelor of Economics degree, spoke to our Year 12 students about university life, studying abroad, the pathway options available from TAFE 
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Please see the following information from our Principal in regards to Victoria’s snap lockdown and the introduction to remote learning: click here
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Please see the latest update from the Principal in regards the use of masks throughout the school click here
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Today our VIP’s (very important Prep’s) walked the red carpet for their very first day of school. Watch this video to see the excitement and joy from both parents and children as they enter through the shining gates of Oakleigh Grammar. We can’t wait to 
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After orientation today, next week will start the 2021 school year for Year 12s. This will be an emotional time for both parents and students, as it is the final first day of school these students will experience. This is a significant year which means 
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Dear Oakleigh Grammar Community, Our aspirational theme for 2021 is: I CAN. WE WILL. As we start our School year we are inspired by the poem of a 22 year old poetry laureate.  Our Principal thought it resonated well with our theme this year, and 
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The Arrowsmith Program is founded on the principles of neuroplasticity and works to strengthen weak cognitive areas (learning dysfunctions) that are the underlying causes and struggles in learning. The program is composed of cognitive exercises developed by Barbara Arrowsmith Young that strengthens weak cognitive areas, 
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It is said that the brain is like a muscle that needs to be exercised to get stronger. If you don’t use it, you lose it. Well, it goes a little further than that. In chapter 2 of “The Brain That Changes Itself”, Norman Doidge 
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The Arrowsmith Program is based on the application of neuroscientific research, and for 40 years, we have worked to help students strengthen the weak cognitive capacities underlying a range of learning difficulties. Our goal is to help students become effective, confident, and self-directed learners. For 
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