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Peninsula Grammar Presents Concert Series 2019

Didirri, 20 June, 7pm.

Peninsula Grammar Presents a stellar line-up of acclaimed music artists for our eight evening performances throughout 2019.

Open Day - Thursday 25 July, 9am - 11am

Our Open Day provides visitors to our school the opportunity to learn more about who we are. Please join us to hear more from our Principal and to explore how our school can shape the learning journey of your child.

Live Astronaut link on board the International Space Station

On 13 June, fifteen Peninsula Grammar students from Prep to Year 12 will present their questions live and listen to astronaut Nick Hague answer from the International Space Station.

Please click here to access the YouTube Live Streaming Link for tonight's event as we connect to Astronaut Nick Hague aboard the International Space Station.

Years 7-12 Selected Artwork Exhibition, Frankston Arts Centre

Thursday 23 May - Saturday 15 June in the Upstairs Mezzanine. Free entry!

Class of 1989 thirty-year reunion, 27 July

The Class of 1989 are invited to their thirty-year reunion in the H.A. Macdonald Pavilion

School TV special report

Parenting Styles - What type of parent are you?

Mini Musical Extravaganza 'Down Under' 2019

Our Junior Years students Prep to Year 4 invite you to attend their Mini Musical Extravaganza 'Down Under' at Frankston Arts Centre on Friday 14 June at 7pm





WELCOME TO Peninsula 

Peninsula Grammar is a day and boarding school for approximately 1400 students from three-year-old Kindergarten to Year 12.

At Peninsula Grammar we see learning not just as a path to university and a career, but also as a path to wellbeing. The books we read, the science we absorb, the languages we learn, the artistic, sporting and musical skills we acquire are the tools that enable us to fulfil our potential.

Our international students benefit from the specialised facility of our English Language Centre, where they can hone their English skills before entering the mainstream classrooms. We also have many students studying on five campuses in China, where their excellent VCE results help them achieve a university place in the highly competitive Chinese system, or they can choose to study in Australia.

Our co-curricular activities include a highly respected music and drama program, sporting opportunities, a House program, unsurpassed pastoral care, a well defined code of behaviour and a well developed sense of community.

Our students' achievements are testament to the dedication and expertise of our teachers, who enjoy a close relationship with their students at all year levels. This personal knowledge gives them a good appreciation of what each student needs, educationally and socially. We continue to be justifiably proud of the well-rounded, well-educated, considerate and community-minded young people who constitute our past and present student body.

If you would like to find out how your child can join our school community, please contact our Admissions Office or phone 9788 7777 for more information or to arrange a tour.

 

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Appointment of Deputy Principal – Learning and Teaching


I am delighted to announce that Ms. Lucy Gowdie has been appointed as the Deputy Principal – Learning and Teaching

Lucy’s post-graduate studies in International Education, time spent leading the EAL program at the Australian International School Hong Kong, and her ardent belief in the right of every child to learn, ensures she brings a truly global and informed perspective to this critical role. Lucy is a value-driven professional and has a deep loyalty to our school and its students, a passion for teaching and extensive experience in leading curriculum initiatives and whole-school strategic priorities.

Our school community congratulates Lucy on her appointment, one in which she has worked tirelessly as an Acting role with great success since September 2018.

Stuart Johnston
Principal

 

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