Since its foundation in 1915, Ivanhoe Grammar School has been built around the key principle of developing young people of character.
What is an Ivanhoe Learner?
An Ivanhoe Learner is the embodiment of a young person of character. It is our priority at Ivanhoe Grammar School to integrate the attributes of an Ivanhoe Learner into every aspect of the learning experience. We do this so that whatever students set out to accomplish - both in school and in life - they will do so in accordance with the traits of a young person of character.
From the Early Learning Centre, through to our longest-serving staff, our community of Ivanhoe Learners extends beyond the classroom. Staff, students and families alike are committed to a life of enquiry and learning; from each other and the world around us.
Throughout all experiences at Ivanhoe Grammar School, we strive to embody these characteristics, to nurture them in our students and lead by example.
Ivanhoe Learner Attributes
The attributes of young women and men of character
COURAGEOUS - We have the confidence and tenacity to take responsible risks to extend our capacity, persevere when presented with a challenge and learn from our mistakes
INNOVATIVE - We value being original and creative in our thinking; being curious and seeking opportunities to introduce new ideas or ways of doing things
BALANCED - We develop intellectually, physically and emotionally in a balanced way, enhancing wellbeing
COLLABORATIVE - We value the input of others and seek opportunities to work together towards shared goals
ETHICAL - We value acquiring and building moral judgement in order to be autonomous and responsible
REFLECTIVE - We use our own ideas and experiences and those of others to support our own learning and development
COMPASSIONATE - We take on the feelings and perspectives of others and act intuitively to support them