News and Events

07 Aug

Youth Embassy of Vignacourt

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A quirk of fate brought nine French teenagers and their guardians to visit Plenty Campus early this term and stay with Plenty families. This story is quite extraordinary. In 2011, more than 4,000 photographic plates belonging to Louis and Antoinette Thuillier were found in an attic, in the tiny French village of Vignacourt. When these […]

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06 Aug

CUA Community Care School Grant

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The fourth annual CUA Community Care school grants program has commenced. Ivanhoe Grammar School has entered this community focused initiative to be in the running to win $5,000 for a school project at Plenty Campus. The nominated project is a Sustainability Project known as The Green Zone with the intention to create a vegetable and […]

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06 Aug

Gallery of Achievement Assembly

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On Friday 1 August, 15 members of the School’s Gallery of Achievement gathered for a special Senior School assembly in Buckley Hall held to honour them and their achievements. The purpose of the Gallery of Achievement is to show our current students that with hard work and determination, great things can be achieved. The Gallery […]

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06 Aug

Resilience and Adversity Community Seminar

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Dr David Buttifant, High Performance Manager at Carlton Football Club, addressed a large audience of secondary students and parents on Tuesday 29 July at The Ridgeway Campus. The evening's theme was Resilience and Adversity and he provided helpful tips on learning from successes and failures, building your armour to thrive and embracing opportunities and challenges. […]

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05 Aug

Winter Wind Up

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Girls' Netball Despite going down by four goals to Caulfield Grammar School on the weekend, the girls’ netball team secured the coveted APS/AGSV Netball Premiership by one point over fellow AGSV school, Assumption College. This was the School’s first ever netball premiership and comes on the back of our first ever APS/AGSV premiership in softball […]

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04 Aug

Victorian Interschool Equestrian Series Grand Final

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The Grand Final of the Victorian Interschool Equestrian Series was held at Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre on Saturday 2 August and Sunday 3 August. Over 180 riders competed in the Show Jumping and 126 in the Dressage from 106 different Schools throughout Victoria. The series was held over the past 12 months and included […]

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04 Aug

Visiting Author George Ivanoff

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On Monday 21 July, author George Ivanoff visited the Year 8 boys to discuss writing, reading and choosing a career you love. Ivanhoff is a Melbourne author who has written over 70 books for children and teenagers, both fiction and non-fiction. In 2010 his teen science fiction novel, Gamers Quest won a Chronos Award for […]

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01 Aug

Snowsports Training Camp Mount Buller

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During the Term 2 holiday period, 24 students and staff members made the trek to Mount Buller for a five day training camp. The group stayed at the Ski Club of Victoria, also known as ‘The Whitt’. Each student participated in two, two hour lessons per day covering the Alpine Skiers and Snowboarders at a […]

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30 Jul

An Historical Event in Volleyball

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For the first time in the School’s history, we entered two girls’ teams and two boys’ teams into the Victorian Volleyball Schools Cup Three Day Event, a competition that only the best schools in the state attend. It was an action packed weekend and all the students involved were up to the challenge. The future […]

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29 Jul

Sport Highlights Winter 2014

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There were some fantastic results from the AGSV and AGSV/APS matches last weekend, in particular Boys’ soccer and Girls’ netball. Boys’ Soccer Knowing that a win or draw would secure Ivanhoe’s fifth AGSV Soccer Premiership, the boys played with poise and determination against a strong team from Penleigh and Essendon Grammar to finish the match […]

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28 Jul

Knitting For The Community

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Knitting is a past time often associated with an older generation, however The School Library recently formed a knitting club which encourages students, staff and parents to direct their knitting energy towards making scarves, beanies, children’s toys, blankets and more for ‘Knit One Give One’. This local organisation began in 2004 and has since distributed […]

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24 Jul

Melbourne Vixens New Recruit

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Year 12 student and Firsts netballer Alice, has been offered a contract to play for the Melbourne Vixens. Alice has been touted as one of Victoria’s brightest shooting prospects as well as one of the youngest signings for the Vixens since the trans-Tasman ANZ Championships began in 2008. Alice predominantly plays the position of goal […]

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