Primary School - Mernda - South Morang - Mill Park - Diamond Creek

Ivanhoe Grammar School, Primary school, Mernda, South Morang, Mill Park, Diamond Creek schools

Ivanhoe Grammar School provides a quality education to primary school students in the north of Melbourne and local suburbs such as Mernda, South Morang, Mill Park and Diamond Creek.

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You only want what is best for your child. When it comes time to consider a primary school in Mernda, Ivanhoe Grammar School's Plenty Campus is among the best. The school, which has celebrated its Centenary, provides students with much more than just a typical classroom education. An outstanding record of academic achievement, the primary school provides a strong foundation in literacy and numeracy, together with a wide range of specialist subjects, ensuring students have the best start in their education.

100 Years and Four Principals

Ivanhoe has a strong tradition of excellence that dates back 100 years to its inception as St James Church of England Grammar School for Boys in 1915 with less than twenty students. Since this humble beginning Ivanhoe Grammar School has grown into a world class institution that has three campuses Buckley House for early learning to Year 6, the Ridgeway Campus for Years 7 to12, and the Plenty Campus catering for Prep to Year 12. Over the years, the school has continued to implement its core values of academic excellence, developing individual character, and a commitment to serving others. In its entire 100-year existence, the school has had just four principals making it stand out as a very stable and successful school.

An Outstanding Curriculum for Primary School Students in Mernda, South Morang, Mill Park and Diamond Creek

Plenty Campus in Mernda is a warm and welcoming environment with small class sizes, catering to students from surrounding suburbs such as South Morang. Students in the primary school years focus on literacy and numeracy, complemented by specialist subjects such as Science, Library, Music, and the Visual Arts. Primary age students also begin learning Japanese. The Middle Years at Ivanhoe is an exciting and vibrant environment. The innovative curriculum aims to engage students providing many and varied subjects such as English, Maths, Humanities and Technology to name just a few. Students are also able to choose from certain electives in areas like the Arts and Technology and Design, giving them every opportunity to develop their unique range of talents.

The three-year Senior Years program commences in Year 10 and enables students to prepare for the challenges of the VCE or International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Program over three years rather than two.

Why Choose Ivanhoe Primary School For Your Mill Park Student

The focus on academic excellence is just part of the Ivanhoe difference. What sets the school apart from others is its dedication to service. Students participate in numerous service projects both locally and internationally. The opportunities to fundraise and participate help students to give back to the community. Students at Ivanhoe have the opportunity to engage in a variety of co-curricular activities such as Public Speaking, Leadership, Service, Performing Arts and Sport in the primary years. In the senior years students can also join Cadets or take part in Round Square adventures.

The facilities at each of the school's campuses are state of the art. Students have access to an advanced information technology infrastructure, a notebook computer and iPad program, and e-learning support services. If you wish to learn more about the primary years at Plenty Campus situated near Diamond Creek, visit the Ivanhoe Grammar School website, www.ivanhoe.com.au