News & Events
News & Events
It has been an incredible start to the year with some unprecedented streaks and record-breaking performances. Here are some highlights from Term 1.
Plenty campus year 10 student Cooper Simmons has an extraordinary talent for capturing aircraft.
Buckley House took a very strong team of 20 to the Northern Metropolitan Swimming Championships last week.
On Saturday, we were delighted to welcome students and staff from Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS) to a matinee performance of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Best of luck to Demetri Spyropoulos who competes in the Class Clowns Grand Final today! https://t.co/7JSIoHIjdU1 week 1 hour ago
RT @7NewsMelbourne: Year 7 students are printing and assembling 3D prosthetic hands that could one day be used for kids without them. https://t.co/X92mKTfhvy3 weeks 1 day ago
What happens when students take over the final #TTPlay keynote? Everyone enjoys organised chaos with a massive… https://t.co/hx61adn8J03 weeks 2 days ago
Time Lapse with Google Earth Engine - @jmattmiller saving the best until last #TTPlay #fascinating #greatforgeography3 weeks 3 days ago
...more resources/tips from @jmattmiller Incognito Windows, Set a Timer, 'searching' not 'foldering' using codes, Google Trends #TTPlay3 weeks 3 days ago
Year 6 and 7 students will be presenting a keynote speech at the upcoming TeachTechPlay conference in April.
After a commanding win over the weekend, the Tennis Boys Team are off to another Grand Final and the Girls Volleyball team deservedly earned a place at the finals on 18 March.
Robert Mackenzie, who graduated from Ivanhoe Grammar School in 1993, was rewarded for all his hard work and dedication with an Oscar last week. We caught up with his mum, Merilyn, who was bursting with pride.
The first round of the Victorian Interschool Show Jumping Team Championships was held on Friday 17 February.
Congratulations to the Ivanhoe Grammar School Firsts Boys Volleyball Team, with their terrific win against Mentone yesterday taking them through to the Grand Final.
Next month’s TeachTechPlay conference will debate a range of important teaching issues, including the need for homework, which Indiana-based expert Matt Miller talks about in his new book