We are washing and sanitising our hands more than ever, and these good hygiene practices are one of the best ways to protect yourself from Covid-19. Good hygiene is in your hands and that is why it is vital that both children and parents need 
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Where this initiative began, no one is quite certain, but teddy bears are popping up all around the globe in a bid to fight isolation boredom and spread joy in our communities. Based on the book ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’, the concept is 
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At Oakleigh Grammar we have established a navigational structure to help our staff, our students and parents at home, succeed to the best of their ability while directing our students’ education remotely. The references below can be downloaded to ensure clarity on our programs and 
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To our wonderful Oakleigh Grammar students, from our homes to yours, your teachers would like to say, “Hello, and welcome back to Term 2! This term is going to be very different, but we wanted you all to know that we are here for you, 
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A message from our Principal, Mr Mark Robertson, on the following new staff appointments this term:   I am delighted to advise the appointment of Mr Lance Ryan as Deputy Principal – Teaching and Learning, replacing Mr Peter Cummins who left our School at the 
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Principal’s Address, Term 2 2020   Father George Opening Prayer, Term 2 2020   Father George Address to Students, Term 2 2020   School Captain, Athena Typaldos, Term 2 2020   School Captain, Sinky, Term 2 2020   Middle School Captain, Chloe Sheer, Bible Reading, 
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Even though our world looks a little different right now, it’s important that we come together and face these difficulties as a School and as a Community. Happy Easter to all, and we look forward to celebrating Easter properly next year!  
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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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