At Tintern Grammar, we provide many opportunities for families to tour the School. These sessions provide the perfect opportunity to hear from the Principal, explore the School with student-led tours, and speak with senior teaching staff. You are warmly invited to attend any of the tours below.
Tuesday 31 May, 9.00am – Register to secure your place
Wednesday 8 June, 9.00am – Register to secure your place
Thursday 21 July, 9.00am – Register to secure your place
Thursday 11 August, 9.00am – Register to secure your place
Thursday 27 October, 9.00am – Register to secure your place
Tuesday 15 November, 9.00am – Register to secure your place
Friday 11 November, 9.15am – Register to secure your place
Campus Tours are a wonderful opportunity to see the School in action, hear from our staff about our teaching and learning and understand why we offer the Parallel Learning model. See genuine learning in the classrooms, understand the culture and values of our school. Our helpful admissions staff will guide you through the school and will be able to answer any questions you may have. Please contact our Admissions team by completing the form below or phone them on (03) 9845 7878 or email email@example.com.
COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement
As required under the Victorian Government’s Roadmap, proof of full COVID‑19 vaccination (or a valid medical exemption) is now a mandatory government requirement for any visitors attending the Tintern Grammar Campus, along with all attendees at Tintern Grammar off-site events and activities who are aged 16 and over.
As you will know, the health, safety and wellbeing of our community is of the utmost importance to us, and as part of our ongoing response to the pandemic all visitors and event attendees aged 16+ are required to sign in on arrival at events using a QR code and to present proof of their vaccination status. These measures will help minimise the risk of COVID‑19 to our community and assist in reducing disruption to on-campus activities from potential future exposures.
We ask all guests to follow the current regulations in place for COVID-19.
This includes maintaining social distancing of 1.5 metres and practicing good hygiene. When you arrive, we ask you sanitise and/or wash your hands. If you sneeze or cough, please do so into your elbow and proceed to wash your hands and sanitise.
If you or anyone in your group has the mildest of symptoms, please get tested and stay at home.
• Fever (over 37.5 degrees and/or chills)
• Respiratory symptoms (coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath)
• Runny nose
• Loss of sense of smell or altered sense of taste
• Loss of appetite and/or fatigue