News and Events

14 May

Plenty A Capella Choir

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The Plenty A Capella Choir will be guest performers at Vocal Australia's AUS-ACA National A Cappella Championships. It's a great honour for the A Capella group to have been asked to perform this Friday, 16 May at Deakin Edge in Federation Square. A late wild card invitation to perform this Friday night has had the […]

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13 May

Students Live Below the Line

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The Live Below the Line campaign endeavours to raise awareness about poverty by challenging people to live on the equivalent of the extreme poverty line for five days. Students and staff at Ivanhoe Grammar School’s Plenty Campus have been eating for less than $2 a day.,, They have been feeding themselves on just $2 a […]

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13 May

A winning combination for Firsts Teams

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It was almost a clean sweep over the weekend for the Firsts teams. Whilst the footballers, netballers and boys’ soccer players all recorded their second consecutive wins, the girls’ basketballers, the rugby boys’ and girls’ soccer players also had terrific wins. Unfortunately the Firsts Hockey team just missed out, going down 3-2 in a tight […]

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07 May

VCE Production of Cosi

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On Tuesday 29 April and Wednesday 30 April VCE Theatre Studies students performed in a production of Cosi by Louis Nowra. This was part of VCE Theatre studies (Units 2 & 3) and the students involved put on a wonderful performance. This comedic piece brought together the forces of Year 11 and Year 12 students […]

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06 May

Football, netball and soccer off to a flying start

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FOOTBALL Playing against Trinity College, the footballers needed to dig deep to over-run a strong opposition. It had been nine years since the players had experienced a win against Trinity – and that was with a goal after the siren! So when they hit the front for the first time in the last quarter, the […]

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06 May

The city you thought you knew

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The recent Urban Camp with the Brotherhood of St Laurence provided another opportunity for students and staff to explore and attempt to understand more about another side of Melbourne. Over four challenge packed days 12 students from Year 10 set out to gain a better understanding of issues in regards to poverty in Melbourne and […]

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05 May

Discover what makes Plenty unique

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Come and discover what makes Plenty Campus unique. On Tuesday 6 May Plenty Campus will be conducting a campus tour in the morning followed by a free community seminar presented by Dr Shona Bass on the Importance of Childhood and Play. Parents will be taken on a student led tour and get the chance to […]

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01 May

Young Round Square Conference

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A group of eight students and two teachers left for South Africa on Monday 28 April. The group is taking part in a pre-conference tour before attending the 2014 Young Round Square Conference. The official proceedings begin on 4 May and run to 10 May. The theme for the conference is Endangered…a guide to survival […]

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30 Apr

School Places

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Ivanhoe Grammar School has agreed to be a part of the new School Places initiative whereby the School may use the service to offer places to fill vacancies once all normal waiting list options have been exhausted. On Tuesday 29 April there were a number of inaccurate references in media reports which incorrectly stated that […]

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29 Apr

Stars align for Swimathon

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On the second last day of Term 1, Thursday 3 April, Year 4 students from Buckley House took part in a Swimathon to raise money for the Starlight Children’s Foundation. All the students from Year 4 got on board and put a lot of effort and energy into getting sponsorship and swimming their laps. Primary […]

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27 Apr

Victorian Community Engagement Award

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Nepalese student, Tsering Thinly Lama who graduated in 2013 has been awarded the Victorian International School Student Award for Community Engagement. This award celebrates exceptional International student talent, contribution and achievement in Victorian Schools. In Tsering’s absence, Dean of International Studies, Leisl Bruhn accepted the award at a ceremony held at Parliament house on Tuesday […]

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24 Apr

Anzac Day Ceremonies

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On Thursday 24 April ANZAC services were held across the School. The ANZAC day services are an important way for students and the whole Ivanhoe community to come together and reflect on and remember the sacrifices of those who have served military service. The day started with Buckley House hosting a service that is shared […]

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