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The purpose and place of a girls' school education

The purpose and place of a girls' school education

In a world where equality and inclusion are sadly lacking, we know that as a girls’ school we empower young women.
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Good Schools Spotlight: The Geelong College

Good Schools Spotlight: The Geelong College

The Geelong College is a Uniting Church co-educational school, with approximately 1,450 students from Early Learning to Year 12, and boarders from Year 7.
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Community sport in schools

Community sport in schools

Often the largest building on campus, sports centres are a much-needed asset for the school community.
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Moving schools: what to consider when looking for a new school

Moving schools: what to consider when looking for a new school

Consider these factors when looking for a new school for your child.
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Good Schools Spotlight: St Catherine's School

Good Schools Spotlight: St Catherine's School

St Catherine’s girls dare to reach their potential through approaching endeavours with the courage to take risks, the curiosity to explore and the strength to lead.
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How can a career coach help my child?

How can a career coach help my child?

Your child’s future matters, so trust in best-practice career confidence methodology.
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Good Schools Spotlight: John Monash Science School

Good Schools Spotlight: John Monash Science School

Co-constructed with Monash academics, the curriculum at JMSS allows students to explore the cutting-edge of scientific knowledge and understanding.
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Good Schools Spotlight: Penrhos College

Good Schools Spotlight: Penrhos College

Penrhos College is a Uniting Church day and boarding school for girls, Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12, located south of the river in Como, Perth, Western Australia.
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Mentone Girls’: A place for girls to thrive

Mentone Girls’: A place for girls to thrive

With 122 years of excellence in girls-only education, Mentone Girls’ Grammar offers a vast array of curricular and cocurricular activities spanning sport, academics and the performing arts. 
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Home-buying tips for getting in the ‘zone’

Home-buying tips for getting in the ‘zone’

How are zones contrived and what can families do to live within their desired area?  
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Promoting a positive mindset in students and young job seekers

Promoting a positive mindset in students and young job seekers

By having hope for a clear pathway, a teenager might feel motivated to re-engage with education or training.    

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It takes a village to raise a child

It takes a village to raise a child

We’re all familiar with the famous African proverb, ‘it takes a village to raise a child’. It’s an old adage, but a true concept.

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6 tips to keep your kids’ wellbeing in check

6 tips to keep your kids’ wellbeing in check

Here's how to help your kids navigate their wellbeing throughout the year.

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Remote teaching and learning, Round 2

Remote teaching and learning, Round 2

At the beginning of Term 2, we faced the challenge of shifting our entire curriculum to an online platform.

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11 screen-free activities for kids

11 screen-free activities for kids

Don’t let too much screen time take over for your little ones. Try these creative screen-free activity ideas for kids and enjoy unplugging with your family.

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