This week Channel 10 TV Show, The Project, featured a story on Tintern Grammar Year 8 student, Lochie Graham, and his amazing charity work giving sick and traumatised children something to smile about. Watch the story to learn more about Lochie’s incredible work pairing up with comedy legend Jerry Lewis to co-found Jerry’s House.
Avenue of Excellence Celebration Dinner We invite all members of our school community to join us for a Celebration Dinner on Saturday 9 September where we will formally acknowledge these incredible Tintern Grammar alumni. We hope you can join us for this special occasion. Book here via TryBookings. For more information on the Avenue of Excellence […]
Congratulations to Siobhan Muirhead (Year 11), Ron Chen (Year 10), Charlotte Du Blêt (Year 5) and Sophia Li (Year 5) who are our 2017 Ilma Kelson and Penelope Thwaites Music Scholar Award recipients. For the past 14 years, these awards have recognised students who show dedication to music and offered encouragement to further develop their musical pursuits. Mrs Ilma Kelson was […]
Stock & Land journalist, Joely Mitchell, recently met with Tintern Grammar’s Farm Services Manager, Gavin Wall, to learn about the Tinternwood Farm and our Young Farmers. Read the article. Find out more about the Tinternwood Farm.
Designed to inspire inquisitive minds and encourage students to express and execute their big ideas, The STEAM Centre (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Mathematics) will be an important new resource for Tintern Grammar. STEAM develops skills and attributes around creativity and collaboration, innovation, problem-solving and future-focussed thinking. Students across our entire school will benefit from […]
Congratulations to alumna Anna Church (YG 2014) and Eliza Harvey, one of our current Equestrian Captains, on being named in Equestrian Victoria’s Top 10 Young Riders (Eventing) for the 2016/17 season. What a fantastic achievement! Learn more about the EV Young Rider Finalists and Awards night.
Eve Ferrie travelled to Hamilton last week to take part in the 55th Hamilton Eisteddfod. She was thrilled to walk away with 5 gold medals in the following categories: primary school vocal, piano special duet prize with Gilda on piano and Eve singing, and first prizes in the 10, 12, and 14 years and under […]
Introducing our inaugural Avenue of Excellence inductees… We congratulate and honour our inaugural inductees into the Tintern Grammar Avenue of Excellence: Professor Emeritus Charlotte Morrison Anderson AM (YG 1932) (1915 – 2002) – Paediatric Gastroenterologist Louise Hearman (YG 1981) – Archibald Prize Winner Scotty James (YG 2013) – World Champion Snowboarder Professor Emeritus Helen Quinn […]
On Thursday 1 June all Year 3-6 girls were involved in a wonderful performance that featured both vocal and instrumental items. Each girl was a part of the Nixon Orchestra and Massed Choir as well as a class item. The choir performed a medley of hits from Aladdin as well as You Can’t Strop the Beat […]
The annual ELC Biggest Breakfast is one of the ways the ELC of connects with our families and the community. The breakfast also provides an opportunity for our families to enjoy each other’s company in a social setting. The breakfast allows an opportunity for the children to learn about service in the community and how […]