Peninsula Grammar

Peninsula Grammar

Mount Eliza VIC, Melbourne Southern Suburbs & Western Port

Junior School

At Peninsula Grammar, our Junior School program is one of discovery, and like all discovery, that is inspired by a curiosity. It’s a time when our teaching staff encourage each child to develop their own curiosity and love of learning, helping them enjoy success on their learning journey.

Discovering Me — Prep to Year 4

Our ‘Discovering Me’ program has a strong 21st-Century curriculum focused on the growth of every individual to ensure each child experiences success on their learning journey. The Junior School Curriculum is developed to promote curiosity, collaboration, creativity and a love of learning. Through engaging inquiry-based learning experiences our children learn, grow and flourish.

Becoming Me — Year 5 and Year 6

Our unique Middle School program, ‘Becoming Me’, provides a supportive link between the Junior School and Pre Senior School (Year 9). The unique needs of young adolescent students at this age are identified and catered for in a tailored program designed explicitly to support students through a time of exceptional physical, social and emotional growth.

Inquiry Learning

Our Inquiry Learning is developed through the principles of Kath Murdoch. Students are introduced to an idea, topic or issue that provides them with opportunities for them to wonder. This drives their interest to understand the world around them. Throughout their learning, students continue to question, reflect and make connections to construct their own meaning. Inquiry Learning enables students to direct their own learning whilst being guided by their teacher. Students have opportunities to reflect on their learning to think of ways to make a difference. Each Inquiry Learning unit has cross-curriculum connections to ensure deeper understanding.

Wellbeing program

The wellbeing program in the early years aims to build the social and emotional literacy in children. Evidence-based programs have been selected to help teach children how to identify and manage their feelings whilst also learning important social skills so they can learn to get along with others.

The case for co-education

Peninsula Grammar is proudly co-educational. We fervently believe that young boys and girls learning together, helps them best challenge, question, and critique the norms and beliefs that society instils. Learning from and with each other, our young people understand that diversity, equality, inclusion and acceptance are fundamental to understanding the role they must live out as citizens of the world, regardless of gender, of race or ethnicity.

Key Facts

School uniform

The uniform is compulsory

Number of students

Total enrolment: 1300
Up to Year 6: 431
In high school: 869
In Year 12: 150

Gender in depth

Female: 40%

Male: 60%

Other Requirements


Boarding school

Offers IB

Accepts international students

Offers VCAL

Offers VET

Our Curriculum

Subjects Overview

Math classes: vertical and mixed
English classes: mixed
LOTE taught:
Chinese, French

Senior secondary subjects overview

42 VCE level 3/4 studies
242 VCE students

Senior secondary programs overview

12 VET program(s) available
22 VET students

How our students performed in Year 12

Academic Results

Scores of 40+: 15%

Median Score: 33

Satisfactory completions of VCE: 98%

Satisfactory completions of VET: 73%

Destinations

Bachelor enrolled: 69%

TAFE/VET enrolled: 10%

Apprentice/Trainee: 6%

Employed: 4%

Activities & Support Staff

Activities

Activities (17)

Music

Music (12)

Sports

Sports (28)

Support Staff

Support Staff (11)

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School Details

Sector

Independent

Level

Combined

Gender

Co-Ed

Religion

Anglican

Principal: Mr Stuart Johnston

Addresses:

20 Wooralla Dr Mount Eliza Victoria 3930

Tel: (03) 9788 7777

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